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CONCERT 1975, TOULOUSE - THTRE DU TAUR

Magma

 

Zeuhl

4.39 | 19 ratings

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Joo Paulo
5 stars A great Magma performance in seventies. All Kobaia atmosphere in this live show with great moments and a Zheul context in is better. Great Vander performance and great musicians, that suporting a great music, and to me, a big Rock Opera with some fantanstic music moments. It's a discover listen this concert, because we can find something new in all times that we listen; some guitar moments, some bass moments (with brillant performance) and a power lirics in kobaia language that move us for another planet and another live. The sound is a power of seventies and performances of today don't have some taste that they create in this time. I see Magma 2 years a go in Gouveia Art Rock Festival in Portugal and they play a great music moment, but nothing compares to first performances, whem they want show the news os his music, but Vander continues with a great performances. Great concert and great stuff. High recomended for all Zheul fans. I like very much this album and to me, one of the best Magam performances. The sound is nothing special but the great performance made i give 5 stars and it's a masterpiece of progressive live moments.
Joo Paulo | 5/5 |

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