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Brazilian band MONTECHIARI PROJECT was set up by composer, music teacher and keyboardist Raphael Montechiari sometime around 2007. The vision for this venture was to create and record music of a different manner from what he was doing in his other bands, with the ethics of progressive rock as the underlying compositional approach.

With various musical friends contributing, an album's worth of material was assembled and issued in 2009 as How Was the Future, a joint release by Musea Records (France) and Rock Symphony (Brazil).

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3.40 | 16 ratings
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3.40 | 16 ratings

How Was the Future
Montechiari Project Crossover Prog

Review by b_olariu
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3 stars 3.5 stars for sure

Montechiari Project is a band from Brazil taken the name from the keybordist Raphael Montechiari who formed this band in 2007 and releasing so far a single album in 2009 named How was the future?

Well, I was very pleasent surprised about this unknown album, I mean all pieces stands as good towards great, really inspired album. Raphael keyboards are really great and in combination with Drummond guitars, the result is quite great. Pieces as Fake Song, The true story of Alice or Mirrors are great, like all pieces. This type of cross over prog album I like to hear all the time. Nice vocal parts that is fiting in the music well. The music is varied and has plenty of memorable parts. Totaly unknown band that I think needs a wider recognition.

Thanks to windhawk for the artist addition.

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