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TRANSPARENCIAS

MIA

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 50 ratings

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Marcelo
Prog Reviewer
5 stars Beside Crucis, Espíritu and La Máquina de Hacer Pájaros, MIA had the authentic progressive rock sound in the Argentinian 70's background. Really, MIA was more than a rock band: it was an independent project with many musicians participating in, doing their own productions and conforming an ensemble clasically oriented. We can see Lito Vitale in the line-up, who played keyboards in MIA when he was only 12 years old (actually, Vitale is a very well known keyboardist in Argentina, with a lot of non progressive but very good folk albums). "Transparencias", the first MIA performance, is a very enjoyable effort with many classical touches, complex arrangements, essentially instrumental. We can detect classical musicians and great prog bands influences, while the sound continues appearing fresh and original. One of the greatest albums of Latinamerica prog music. Some cd editions includes, like bonus track, a Vitale live piano concert.
Marcelo | 5/5 |

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