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LIBÉRATE!

Los Canarios

Symphonic Prog


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2.35 | 9 ratings | 2 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1970

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hello! (1:07)
2. Free Yourself (4:32)
3. Magna (5:39)
4. Intro/Bossa/Oito (1:46)
5. You're My Sunshine (3:59)
6. Say Hi! To The Salvation Army (0:37)
7. Words of the Lord (2:50)
8. Say Bye! To The Salvation Army (0:56)
9. She Brought The Blues (Into My Life) (4:31)
10. Hey, Mr. Teller!, Where Is The Hope? (0:58)
11. Let It Be Me (5:26)

Total Time 32:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Eduardo "Teddy" Bautista / vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica, arranger
- Germán Pérez / lead guitar
- Graham Bircumshaw / organ
- Feliciano "Nano" Muńoz / trumpet
- Alfredo Mahiques / trombone
- Vicente Mahiques / sax
- Álvaro Yébenes / bass
- Tato Luzardo / drums

With:
- John Cameron / orchestration

Releases information

Artwork: Alain Milhaud

LP Barclay ‎- 21232-B (1970, Spain)

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LOS CANARIOS Libérate! ratings distribution


2.35
(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
22%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
0%
Good, but non-essential (11%)
11%
Collectors/fans only (44%)
44%
Poor. Only for completionists (22%)
22%

LOS CANARIOS Libérate! reviews


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Review by ZowieZiggy
PROG REVIEWER
1 stars Gosh! What is this?

Lots of short to very short songs (four are clocking under the one minute barrier or just above it) which are totally useless. By any means, there are hardly anything progressive here! The bottom is reached with some heavy and dripping soul music ("Free Yourself"); and you can add a combo of almost the same but just with some more prog orientation ("Magna"). Although the syrupy string arrangements is nothing of my liking.

Lyrics are in English and don't convey a very authentic feel. What is really discouraging, are the weak trumpets which are to be listened all the way through. This album has NOTHING to do with symphonic prog ; but apparently their album "Cyclos" released in '74 is of another texture. But this will be for another review...

As far as I'm concerned, this album is totally uninteresting from A to Z. The dreadful soul experience can again be heard during "You Are My Sunshine". I bet you! Press next. In a hurry!

There is one very easy thing to do after such a listening: it is to rate such a "work". One star. Easily.

And this is really a maximum for such a sequence of poor songs. Don't spend your time on this one; but looking at the reviews, very few did.

Only one five stars rating before mine. Well, now it is balanced?

Latest members reviews

5 stars OK, this is my first review here at PA although i've been a member since the old days. When i noticed this essential and incredible prog album wasn't on "Los Canarios" discography I had to add it and comment on it. Let's start by saying this is Los Canarios second LP and i think by far the best ... (read more)

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