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MÁGICO Y NATURAL

Tantor

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.00 | 7 ratings

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João Paulo
4 stars I have a cd with two albums included. Tantor and magical and natural. It shows a greater maturity from first to second, but the former has special charisma, maybe a little more for being rude, I like it. We want to hear through very melodious guitar or electric piano, alternating with faster passages of improvisation typical of Jazz Fusion. The lyrics are in Spanish typical of Argentine progressive rock of the seventies. We face two good albums, which show a careful design common to many musical bands from Argentina. The first, Tantor, is less commercial and great for those who like a good Jazz fusion, reminiscent of some bands of this decade in Spain like Iceberg or Barcelona Traction. The second is a little more commercial, but is more melodious and beautiful (Magical and Natural). Any of these albums is an excellent acquisition for collectors of Jazz Fusion. I give 4 stars
João Paulo | 4/5 |

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