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SETE CIDADES

Bacamarte

 

Symphonic Prog

3.50 | 55 ratings

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Dan Yaron
4 stars Bacamarte returns with a new album after a long break, and I believe that Bacamarte doesn't dissapoint the fans, atleast not me. This record is indeed catchier than the previous one, however, it offers some fine melodies! This time Bacamarte has neither a flute nor a female singer, but this band still manages to entertain the listener with some fine tunes which are well played! Some songs are totally instrumental, while the other ones include singing by a male singer who actually sings nicely! Most of the songs are based on a structure of accustic guitar and keyboards, and after a while the drums and the electric guitars come for a visit! The technique of these players is pretty good, and they certainly know how to get the best out of their studio. In addition, some songs have a latin feeling which doesn't prevent me from enjoying the music! In a nutshell, I recommend that you get if you've liked the first record, it may be different, but , in my opinion , you won't be dissapointed.
Dan Yaron | 4/5 |

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