Fulano - El Infierno De Los Paysos  CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.12 | 13 ratings

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5 stars Fulano's third album is another masterpiece. Creative and extarordibary the band plays again -as usual- with the great talent of their musicians, specially Jorge Campos (bass) Jaime Vivanco (keyboards), Guillermo Valenzuela (drums) and Arlette Jecquier, queen of scat... I will mention just a few songs og the album...

"Lamentos": Really great lyrircs into a song that wanders thru' classic jazz and rock.

"Convicciones": A slow introduction -with vocals of Jecquier and Crisosto- turns into a syncopated piece of jazz with an extraordinary sax solo.

"Basura": A song full of anger and lyrics that make joke about politics mixing rock, jazz and some drops of tango.

"Ciego Y Perdido En Una Ciudad Extraña": The most sad and quiet and even scary song of the album . Based on a poem by Vicente Huidobro.

"Fuegos Artificiales": Another great song, full of intrincate keyboards and totally outrageos winds sections.

"Morbosadoquista": Ironic lyrics that talks about rich people and TV. Totally acid, with superb improvisation and guitar and sax solos.

"Con Fusiones": Instrumental. Maybe the best song of the album, with an amazing performance on keyboards and some drops of Ponty, Davis, Mahavishnu Orchestra...

Another great masterpiece to any collection...

progadicto | 5/5 |


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