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Planeta Imaginario


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.37 | 11 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars This is a Spanish 8-piece band with some guest musicians. It lasted four years until they were able to release their debut-CD in 2004. But the result is there, this album delivers nine pleasant and varied songs, the climates alternates from mellow and jazzy to up-tempo or swinging. Most of PLANETA IMAGINARIO's music is based upon the interplay between powerful electric guitar (often Fripp-inspired) and lots of brass, from trumpet and trombone to several saxophones alto/soprano/tenor). Their sound often brings ALQUIN on my mind, this one of the most underrated Dutch prog rock bands. The rhythm-section is strong and dynamic and the keyboards features wonderful Fender Rhodes electric piano and some Hammond organ and synthesizers. A fine debut-CD from a promising Spanish prog rock band. Do we have to wait another four years for their successor?
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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