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TALES OF BRAZILIAN ROCK CHAPTER 1

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sword
2. Parsecs
3. Figuras
4. Gahlo De Arruda
5. Kian
6. Trip to Delerium
7. Rainbow Circling The Sun
8. Skies Will Surrender
9. Two Ways
10. Guardians

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Bands on CD compilation Tales of Brazilian Rock Chapter 1:
- QUANTUM II (1 + 2)
- VERDAGUER (3 + 4)
- SAGRADO CORACAO DA TERRA (5)
- BLEZQI ZATSAZ (6)
- DE BONI (7)
- NAVE (8)
- LEHMEJUM (9)
- O TERCO (10)

Releases information

CD Record Runner 0030 (1993)

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Review by erik neuteboom
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3 stars "Brasil is not only samba" as the Brasilian progrock label Record Runner mentions in the booklet! We are very willing to believe that so let's try to be convinced. This compilation features 8 bands from 3 different periods: Terco and Verdaguer from The Seventies, Sagrado, Quantum and De Boni from the Eighties and Nave, Lehmejum and Blezqi Zatsaz from the Nineties. But all material played on the 10 compostions is recorded between March and June in 1993.

The first band is Quantum with two songs (The Sword and Parcecs), both deliver bombastic keyboard prog in the vein of ELP with lots of flashy synthesizer and organ soli. Next is Verdaguer (the name is derived from Argentine bass player Willy Verdaguer), they also play two tracks (Figuras and Galho De Arruda) loaded with pleasant jazzrock - and Latin-American elements and strong work on the bass. Sagrado is perhaps the most known Brasilian formation on this compilation. This six piece band makes wonderful, very elaborate and tastefully arranged prog featuring excellent electric violin work. Then the quartet Blezqi Zatsaz, in their song Trip To Delirum we hear modern, very fluent prog with biting electric guitar and swirling keyboards. The next track is by Boni (named after their keyboard/bass player Luiz De Boni), their song Rainbow Circling The Sun contains pleasant and tasteful electronic rock inspired music. The band Nave delivers the longest composition (10 minutes), unfortunately it's also the less captivating song, a bit too tame. The next band Lehmejum is another story, their contribution Two Ways is swinging jazzrock with great violin play that reminds me of JL Ponty. Certainly one of the highlights on this CD! The final song The Guardians is by the veterans of Terco, the atmosphere is wonderful and compelling with fiery electric guitar and soaring keyboards.

THIS CD IS A good INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERESTING BRAZILIAN PROGROCK ALTHOUGH IT'S FROM 1993!

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