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4.44 | 35 ratings | 2 reviews | 40% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1974

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dois Navegantes (4:13)
2. Lá Fora (2:41)
3. Três Margaridas (2:48)
4. O Pirata (2:55)
5. Momento Na Praça (4:13)
6. Cidade Grande (4:29)
7. Seu Waldir (2:15)
8. Hei! Man (2:55)
9. Por Que? (4:33)
10. Corpo Em Chamas (3:03)
11. Geórgia, A Carniceira (2:42)
12. Sob O Sol De Satã (2:26)

Total time 39:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Marco Polo / vocals
- Ivson "Ivinho" Wanderley / electric & acoustic guitars
- Paulo Rafael / guitar, violão, synthetizer, vocals
- Almir Oliveira / bass
- Israel Semente / drums
- Juliano / percussion

- Marcio Vip Augusto / piano (1,5,9)
- José Rodrigues "Rodrix" / synth (6)

Releases information

Artwork: Lailson de Holanda

LP Continental - SLP 10149 (1974, Brazil)
LP Continental - SLP 10149R (1974, Brazil) Second press with track #7 missing due to censorship
LP Phonodisc ‎- LP 0-34-405-587 (1990, Brazil)
LP Ripohlandya - RIPOH004 (2014, Brazil)

CD Ripohlandya ‎- RIPOH 004CD (2014, Brazil)

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AVE SANGRIA Ave Sangria ratings distribution

(35 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(40%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
Good, but non-essential (23%)
Collectors/fans only (9%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Warthur
5 stars A gem of Brazilian psychedelic hippy folk-rock. At points it seems a little reminiscent of the folkier moments in David Bowie's early discography, but such influences are quickly mastered and integrated into a distinctly Brazilian take on the general style. The use of keyboards and synthesisers are for the most part understated but give a refreshing twist to proceedings. Had this emerged in, say, California in the 1960s people would have been all over it; as it stood, Ave Sangria don't seem to have gained much traction outside of Brazil, which is a shame because this is an excellent example of its particular style.

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5 stars "Nada de novo no front/ E na retaguarda também/ Tudo normal desde ontem/ Quando houve sol e alguém/ Cantou... yê, yêi.." Probably the favorite among the cult following of brazilian prog-heads, psychdelic and even modern hippies. AVE SANGRIA are among the various groups of Brazil that was not ... (read more)

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