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Violeta De Outono

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Violeta De Outono Em Toda Parte album cover
3.23 | 16 ratings | 1 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Rinoceronte Na Montanha De Geléia (3:21)
2. Em Toda Parte (3:35)
3. Vênus (3:59)
4. Aqui E Agora (4:43)
5. Outra Manhã (2:57)
6. Ilhas (3:11)
7. Terra Distante (4:21)
8. Dança (3:26)
9. Lunática (1:49)

Total time 31:22

Bonus tracks on 2008 CD release:
10. Numa Pessoa Só (4:59)
11. Tropical (4:54)

Line-up / Musicians

- Fabio Golfetti / vocals, glissando & acoustic guitars, co-producer
- Angelo Pastorello / bass, acoustic guitar
- Claudio Souza / drums

- RH Jackson / programming, co-producer

Releases information

Title is Portuguese for "Everywhere"

LP RCA Victor ‎- 716.0001 (1989, Brazil)

CD Voiceprint ‎- VPB121CD (2008, UK) Remixed & remastered by Fabio Golfetti with 2 bonus tracks

Digital album

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VIOLETA DE OUTONO Em Toda Parte ratings distribution

(16 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(44%)
Good, but non-essential (31%)
Collectors/fans only (6%)
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)

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Review by ZowieZiggy
3 stars This is the third album from this Brazilian band that I review (out of four), and there are little differences between them. As I have already said, "Violeta?" plays a vintage psyche rock from the sixties with twenty years behind the mood.

The music is at times somewhat naïve and borrows a lot to the early Floyd. But I can hardly say anything bad about their music since it reminds me the early days of my contact with one of the most important prog band ever (Floyd of course).

It is an album which you should listen from start to finish since there are no real highlights: more a bunch of good songs played one after the other ("Em Toda Parte", "Outra Manha"). A couple is less interesting though ("Rinoceronte?", "Ilhas") but no real harm is done to the whole even if the last two songs are rather average.

Each song is on the short edge and delivers some good feeling. It is like a travel back in time and some might say that this is quite regressive but I like it. Not exaggeratedly, but enough to rate this album with three stars.

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