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4.25 | 584 ratings

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4 stars Took me more than a year to get this on my hands. I have listen to one song before, and read many reviews. I think really worth the time I waited for "Anabelas". I agree with some of my fellow's reviewers, this one is not the typical Argentinean or South American prog piece. Complex at times, but their sound is full of twists and surprises with a expanded sound by the use of flute and sax, but IMHO the violin is what set them apart, specially under the circumstances that was already the end of the 70',

You cannot avoid thinking of GG influences, but for times I swear that these guys also had to listen to Gnidrolog! They were a very unique band, and is a shame that we just had the opportunity of one release. Mostly Instrumental, and a lot of intricacy.

Ideal for a prog-head novice, but if you are new to South American prog scene; maybe should consider start somewhere else, a then get back to this.

A hidden gem, no more!!! Very highly recommended by this progressive music lover!! Better get it, because re-release may take years!

Prognut | 4/5 |


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