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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.68 | 12 ratings

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3 stars In this album, Tryo continues with its merge of electric and acoustic sounds. There is the group of songs like "Latino" or "Dos Mundos", which shows the power and all the rock the band has. In this case, the line up is with Félix in drums, Francisco in bass, and Ismael in the electric guitar. On the other hand, we have the acoustic set, which is clearly different, as I have seen in live performance. Songs like "Crepúsculo" and "Travesía" unfold with Félix in percussion or xylophone, Francisco in cello, and Ismael in acoustic guitar. The album starts with 'Bloques', which, as an opening, it's a lie about the sound of TRYO. 'Ventana I' is one of the best songs of the album, but it's too short and ends when it's getting even better. Something similar happens in 'Latino'. 'Esperando' is another great moment, in a slow way (but not acoustic), and then 'Travesía' (acoustic) is simply excellent. The album ends with 'Vive', the only song with lyrics in the album, but it isn't a good song. It's just like a "Bonus Track" or a "Hidden Track".
Proglodita | 3/5 |


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