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Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 138 ratings

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4 stars Triana is so refreshing. They included spanish,s own folk music, flamenco, into a rich mix of guitars, mellotron, and the carrying voice of Jesus de la Rosa. Opening with a spanish prog classic,''abre la puerta'' sets the base for this album. We hear the voice, the mellotron-infused textures, and a slow, taking rythm section. Full of emotion, the music leads you, transcends you, a makes you dream la Yes or Pink Floyd. Electric guitars being mostly rythms ones, the flamenco-trained fingers of Eduardo Rodriguez takes you to the heart. Hints of their more crimsonesque second album are also left along the way.

The prominent prog figure in Spain does not deceive with this album.

Philrod | 4/5 |


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