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5 stars Amazing release from Spain. Those who like the spanish prog from the seventies must try this album. Senogul has his own style, but I can hear influences of international bands like King Crimson, ELP, Arti+Mestieri, Mahavishnu Orchestra or Locanda delle Fate and influences of spanish bands like Alameda, Iman, Guadalquivir or Crack.The music travel from RIO, to flamenco oriented rock, passing through free jazz or gameland style compositions with odd tempos and strange harmonies...allways surprising the listener...Senogul made a cover for first time in their releases, from Hugo Fattoruso and Airto Moreira composition "Parana"..a capoeira and maracat' rythm meet the Beach boys and Camel at the same time in this track...really beautiful music inside.The power of Senogul is inside the melodies played by the keyboard and guitars, the strong rythms of the drummer and the bass player (there is a esoteric and beautiful bass solo in "Tales from Buanga"). The sound of the album is very good and production is strong but maintaining the dynamics.Recommended to every collector of progresive rock that looks for freshness and quality music..Long live Senogul.
Almanzor | 5/5 |


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