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SOLILOQUIO

Iconoclasta

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.07 | 19 ratings

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maryes
5 stars In spite of considering highly advisable other albums of this fantastic Mexican band , as for instance "Reminicencias", "De Todos Uno" and "Adolesc'ncia Cr'nica",I agree with most of the collaborators of Progarchives that quoted this "Soliloquy" as the ICONOCLAST'S best work. Really the album is "filled" of beautiful arrangements for all of the tastes, to begin I detach the beautiful theme of Track 1 "Cuando La M'sica era Spiritual Y No Fisica O El Adivino Del Ultimo Periodo De Paz" in whose opening heard a theme where stands out Rosa Echevarria Moreno's soft feminine voice ; this same theme repeats in an instrumental way where the electric guitar leads the melody on an magnify arrangement for eletriic piano, accompanied by a rhythmic section of "take the breath." The track 2 "Solo Tu Fruto" with the vocal feminine of Laura Vasquez and a percussion that more if it seems with the sound of a musical box is simply great. The track 3 "7:19" begins with a theme in the Heavy-Prog style and it develops a jazz rock on with prominence for Alexandro Gonz'lez's flute. The track 4 "Soliloquy" is the most complex of this albun mixing symphonic prog, jazz prog & heavy prog. My rate is 5 stars!!!
maryes | 5/5 |

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