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3.26 | 15 ratings | 3 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Prólogo (4:24)
2. Canto Celta (8:58)
3. El Vuelo Del Pelícano (2:45)
4. Cuevas Submarinas (1:20)
5. Islas (2:01)
6. Els Darrers Caçadors (4:55)
7. Nàufrags (4:47)
8. Danza Y Lamento (4:51)
9. Bolero (2:40)
10. Homenaje A J.R.R. Tolkien (7:12)
11. El Viejo Lugar Prohibido (6:49)

Total Time 50:42

Line-up / Musicians

- Lidia Cerón / vocals (1,2,6,7,10,11)
- Asy Guerrero / Spanish guitar (1,2,8,10,11)
- Robert Santamaria / synths, digital piano (1,8,10,11), 12-string guitar (1,2,5,8,9,11), glockenspiel (1,8,11), composer & producer
- Manel Sesé / tambourine, djembé, darbouka, dondo, caixixis, plates

- Joan Morera / violin (1,2,8,11)
- Kerstin Kokocinski / oboe (2,5,7,10,11)
- Alfredo Arcusa / drums (3,6)

Releases information

Title translates as "SONGS FROM LOST WORLDS"

Artwork: Asy Guerrero

CD Lyricon ‎- 21066 (1995, Spain)

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AMAROK Canciones De Los Mundos Perdidos ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
Good, but non-essential (47%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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AMAROK Canciones De Los Mundos Perdidos reviews

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Review by hdfisch
3 stars Songs from the Lost Worlds, that's the English translation for AMAROK's second album having a very orchestral-like arrangement but lacks a bit the ethnic influence and jazz touch from their other releases I listened so far. First half of the record (1 - 7) subtitled "Canciones de los mundos perdidos" contains exclusively tracks with vocals whereas second half subtitled "Danzas de los mundos perdidos" is mostly instrumental. Overall the album is very pleasant and relaxing, but for some reason it's for me the least attractive one of the four releases I listened to from them. But don't get me wrong, this doesn't mean that it's no good either. I'm sure for anyone who's more into the mellow side of prog, let's say fans of band RENAISSANCE or MIKE OLDFIELD for example it's a great record. Nevertheless since there is already one 5-star rating I find it more adequate to give only 3 stars (which means good anyway).
Review by ZowieZiggy
3 stars This Spanish band delivers some sweet folk music, very sweet indeed...

The whole of this album is a pleasant musical experience, although it sounds a bit too much of the same. The female vocal is providing some "Renaissance" feel; as the music which conveys at time some medieval atmosphere as well.

Don't look for any complex passages or musical maestria; this band is using conventional instruments (even if there is some oboe featured) and the music sounds as such.

There isn't any standout track as most of them are based on the same recipe; but the whole exercise is not unpleasant. Nothing from the other world of course: just a relaxing moment of music. Good to listen to after a day of stress.

Three stars.

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4 stars "Another overlooked interesting Spanish prog album". The previous studio-album Sol De Medianoche from Spanish prog band Amarok (not to confuse with the Polish Amarok) appealed very much to me, I consider it as a captivating and adv ... (read more)

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