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Sangre De Muerdago


Prog Folk

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4 stars This brief and lovely diversion in the discography of Galician project SANGRE DE MUERDAGO is performed by its visionary Pablo Ursusson alone, mostly on a variety of fretted instruments as well as accordion and what sounds like vibraphone. It non-verbally recounts the story of a firefly whose pursuer, a snake, only wants to kill it because it cannot bear to see it shine another moment. Night-appropriate sounds of the forest are also imparted. "Vagalumes" is at its best when relatively animated, at least by SANGRE standards, particularly in parts of "A Serpe e o Lucecu" and throughout the almost whimsical "Fervenza". Given Ursusson's passion for the natural world, this fable set to music is a logical creation and further evidence of his ability to illuminate our way as we accompany him on his journey.
kenethlevine | 4/5 |


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