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Iconoclasta - Resurrección CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.24 | 8 ratings

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2 stars The best news with this album is the introduction of a new female bass player! With a rather staccato playing style, she cuts through very fine and bears a lot of the music. She's singing too, together with another new member, vocalist Alma Castillo. Alas, the intonation of the vocals is at times unprecise and it reduces the enjoyment .... if there is such a thing on this album! Iconoclasta have been there many years and there is not too many new things here; they feel kind of worn out and uninspired; there is a lack of cohesion in the compositional material, a terrible feel of unending jamming or noodling to fill time and tapes; the vocal arrangements are often based on too repetitive lines, again unending .... The lack of a dedicated player taking charge of the keyboards can also be felt, Ricardo Moreno - one of the three remaining founding members together with guitarist Ortegón and the drummer - playing occasional synth textures on top of his guitar playing. Fans of the band will probably find something to catch and enjoy: the folky acoustic tunes with vocal harmonies, some of the soloing, whatever else! The global feel seems to me "another album" from Iconoclasta ... and not one of their best!
Music By Mail | 2/5 |


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