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JOSÉ CID

Symphonic Prog • Portugal


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José CID is a pretty famous Portuguese musician who made a progressive concept album in 1978 as well as a rare single which are both packaged here together and sounding very good. His style is very similar to the French take on symphonic rock with lots of string synths, Mellotron and a very simple melodic style. The guitar work is also amazing and works well with the keyboards. Lyrics are sung in native Portuguese and are quite well done.

"10.000 Anos Depois entre Vénus e Marte", Portuguese for "10,000 Years after between Venus and Mars" is a complete paradox of the present music composed and played by José Cid. "The concept is that Earth was destroyed except for one man and one woman who leave on a spaceship. 10000 years later, they return to Earth restored to its primal beauty". This album is considered by many to be one of the Mellotron masterpieces. Fans of spacey French symphonic rock and late '70s ELOY should really like this one. An excellent album. Highly recommended.

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José Cid
1971
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Lisboa Perto e Longe
1972
4.24 | 135 ratings
10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte
1978
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Coisas Suas
1979
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My Music
1980
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Magia
1982
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Xi-Coração
1986
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Fado de Sempre
1987
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José Cid
1989
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De Par em Par
1991
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Camões, as Descobertas... e Nós
1992
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Vendedor de Sonhos
1992
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Pelos Direitos do Homem
1996
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Nunca Mais É Sexta-Feira!...
1996
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Oda a Frederico García Lorca
1998
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Entre Margens
1999
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De Surpresa
2002
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Coisas do Amor e do Mar
2009
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Quem Tem Medo de Baladas
2011

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Ao Vivo no Campo Pequeno
2008

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Os Grandes, Grandes Êxitos de...
1980
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Grandes Êxitos Nº 2
1981
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O Melhor de José Cid
1990
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Baladas da Minha Vida
2006
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Pop Rock & Vice-Versa
2007

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3.00 | 1 ratings
Dom Fulano
1971
2.00 | 1 ratings
História Verdadeira de Natal
1971
3.00 | 1 ratings
Camarada
1972
3.00 | 1 ratings
Olá Vampiro Bom
1973
2.00 | 1 ratings
A Rosa que Te Dei
1974
2.00 | 1 ratings
A Festa do Zé
1975
3.00 | 1 ratings
Portugal, É!...
1975
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Ontem, Hoje e Amanhã
1976
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A Anita Não É Bonita
1977
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Romântico mas não Trôpego
1977
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Tia Anita
1977
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Vida (Sons do Quotidiano)
1977
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A Minha Música / Branca Flor
1978
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Aqui Fica uma Canção
1978
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O Largo do Coreto
1978
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O Meu Piano
1978
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Porquê
1978
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Verdes Trigais em Flor
1979
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Bem-Me-Quer, Mal-Me-Quer, Muito Pouco e Nada
1980
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We'll Meet Again
1980
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Um Grande, Grande Amor
1980
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Morrer de Amor por Ti
1981
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Um Rock dos Bons Velhos Tempos
1981
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Amar como Jesus Amou
1983
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Como o Macaco Gosta de Banana
1983
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Portuguesa Bonita
1983
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Moura Encantada
1984
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Noites de Luar
1985
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Saudades de Ti
1985
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Uma Balalaika
1986
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Uh! Au! Lobo Mau
1987
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Cai Neve em Nova York
1988

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 10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte  by CID, JOSÉ album cover Studio Album, 1978
4.24 | 135 ratings

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José Cid Symphonic Prog

Review by Dário Soares

5 stars Acordding to Billboard, This Album is One Of The 100 Best Prog Rock Albums ever recorded.

This Concept Album Is Based in the destruction of the Earth by the mankind. 10.000 years after mankind's self-destruction, a man and a woman travelling in space return to Earth to repopulate it. The tone of the lyrics is of contemplation over mankind's past mistakes and future hopes. In this Album we can find influences by bands Like The Moody Blues and Pink Floyd. The translation of the album's name is "10,000 Years Later Between Venus and Mars". For the most of critics is the best album ever recorded in Portugal

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Review by stefro
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4 stars For those not yet in the know Jose Cid was Portugal's grand godfather of pop...and folk, and rock, and, for a brief while during the mid-to-late 1970's, progressive rock. His overall contribution to the genre was limited, yet that didn't stop him from producing one of the genre's cult items in the form of this quaint yet much-loved slice of synthesized space-rock. A concept album, '10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte' arrived pretty late to the prog-rock party - 1978 no less - yet still managed to rack up impress sales figures in both Cid's homeland and throughout Spain and, to some degree, across mainland Europe. Non-Portugese speakers, of course, will have difficulty deciphering the album's story, yet thanks to some startlingly inventive music, it doesn't really matter. This is an album chock full of dreamy mellotron runs, ethereal acoustic moments, Cid's yearning vocals and neon-kissed guitar solos, whilst also featuring a truly cosmic atmosphere. It's a fairly short album, running at just over 38 minutes, yet when listened to from beginning to end it seems to stretch out for a lot longer thanks to the many fluid instrumental passages that bring to mind elements of 'Meddle'-era Floyd, touches of Klaus Schulze-style synthadelia and Cid's own folk background. Maybe occasionally '10,000 Anos...' delves into slightly poppy territory, and if the whole affair may well sound a tad dated to some ears the album does, for the most, prove pretty captivating listening. Opening piece 'O Ultimo Dia Na Tera' sets the standard, as pulses of gleaming keyboards and shimmering guitars swirl into a grand cosmic mesh, though the real highlights prove to be both the excellent 'Fuga Para O Espaco', which features a soaring guitar solo as its centre-piece and the self-explanatory 'Mellotron O Planeta Fantastico', which pins dense mellotron washes over yet more impressive guitar work and is, funnily enough, pretty fantastico. The fact that Cid would take such a stylistic detour to produce this lushly epic work - he would revert back to producing simpler pop product soon after - speaks volumes about this highly revered Iberian musician, both in terms of his musical ambition and his technical ability. The real joker in the Jose Cid career pack, '10,000 Anos...' proves a dreamy psychedelic opus, mixing prog-rock flourishes and space- rock atmospherics into an science-fiction fused whole that should delight all true prog-rock fans. Surely one of the great European albums of the 1970s, this is heady and highly enjoyable stuff indeed. STEFAN TURNER, STOKE NEWINGTON, 2012

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Review by jsmatos

5 stars On a personal note I was amazed a copy of the original vinyl record fetches over $11,000usd among collectors!! 3,000 copies only ever made!

The lyrics are extremely poetic when it comes to the subject at hand: The voyage of man to achieve a better existence.

The voice unifies the music almost in unison.

10,000 years after the auto destruction of mankind a man and a woman return to earth to recolonize it.

The tone of the musics is one of contemplation over the mistakes mankind has done (and is doing) and a sign of hope for future generations.

Ahead of his time in the 70's "and still today" the lyrics empower a vision of hope for our existence on this planet.

Jose Cid has many great works. I became a fan recently and am amazed at the genius of this irreverent musician! He is a musician that ignores the establishment and produces what he wants, from crap Popular Music to Master Pieces like this one and others.

This is a classic and will continue to be evermore!

Hopefully one day he will re-edit and sing it in English for the world to hear the beauty of the lyrics.

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Review by Warthur
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4 stars This classy concept album by Jose Cid is an excellent mostly-instrumental symphonic prog piece with a strong space rock influence in the guitar parts. Like Bo Hansson, another pop keyboardist who turned his hand to producing prog solo albums, Cid does not use the album purely as an ego trip - he knows when his (well-played) keyboards need to be at front and centre, and when he needs to step aside to let another instrumentalist take the lead. In particular, Zé Nabo's excellent guitar contributions - reminiscent of Dave Gilmour's work at points - enhance the album notably. Cid is also adept at using both newer synthesisers and classic prog stalwarts like the Mellotron, and shows great taste in choosing which to use when and blending the new and the old.

It might have sounded a bit retro even in 1978, but 10,000 Anos is a fine album - and whilst it might have been the only solo prog effort by Cid, it's one that I can listen to over and over again.

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Review by Marty McFly
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4 stars He!

Symphonic Synth Prog Rock of grandiose kind which is done by supposedly Portugese pop rock star. Well, lyrics (and vocals) are good, good enough to be pleasant and not to sound bad as with Petrus Castrus (even I quite like this band). After (how people colloquially call it) $hitload of Symphonic Prog today (about 15 Symph. albums heard today), I would say this is just another album of this kind, of very special value, very great quality, extremely Symphonic, exactly as we like it.

But what's so special about it ? How can we compare it ? How to determine final rating ? Well well well, let's figure it out while typing these words.

It's easy. Even when we compare superb album to other superb album, they can be different. Even mostly in little things. For example Fuga Para O Espaco is extremely exceptional track, because (it's common that in these comparisons that there will be a lot of positive adjectives) it's quite hard to be so pleasantly symphonic, but not cheesy. And not only this, this record as whole sounds so great that it's hard to think about certain tracks only, maybe also because it's a concept album. Even sung in language I don't know (Brazillia hello), I somehow feel it.

5(-) and exactly as I feel tempted to give high rating, I will do so because (as I say) when I stumble over something of great value, sheer impact this has on every human living being that can feel magic of this album, well, I'm breathless.§

Good one José (my father's nickname)

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Review by Ivan_Melgar_M
Special Collaborator Symphonic Prog Specialist

3 stars 2.5 stars really

Around 1980, when I left the radio I was helping in (because the became a POP station instead of Classic Rock), the owner gave me several Prog albums that he didn't cared about and/or didn't needed for the station, among this LP's I received "10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venus E Marte" (10,000 Years Later Between Venus and Mars) by JOSE CID, then I noticed this guy had several releases and asked for them, but the musical editor told me that the others were in the line of the radio (in other words plain POP).

So took it and listened it at home in my old but reliable "Dual turntable", what a disappointment, the album in my opinion is less than average, to be honest it was not a terrible album, but I imagined hat it could sound like other Portuguese artists as PETRUS CASTRUS who released the fantastic "Mestre" and "Ascenção e Queda", but there's no comparison.

So threw it in the pack of forgotten albums, and never cared about it again. A few months ago I read the reviews about this album in Prog Archives and all were so good that gave a second chance to JOSE CID, but my opinion hasn't changed at all, it sounds as a hybrid between Symphonic, POP and Space Rock, well played but lack of greatness.

The greatest problem is in the vocals, JOSE CID reminds me of those artists with fake accent who try to sing in their native language but sounding as an English or North American vocalist (read MIGUEL RIOS from Spain), Portuguese is such a beautiful and warm language that you need to listen he songs with the full native accent and JOSE CID tries to hide it.

There are some excellent moments as the PINK FLOYD influenced "Fuga Para O Espaco" which is really inpressive and the fantastic (but short() instrumental "Memos",. full of drama and good taste, but other terrible ones like "Mellotron O Planeta Fantastico" (The Fantastic Planet Mellotron), which has nice (even when excessive) use of Mellotron, but the organ sounds terrible, as if CID was using a cheap "Casio".

The guy has good ideas, and obviously he's a well trained musician but sounds like a POP musician trying to show the world he can simultaneously play as many different keyboards as any Prog artist, without knowing when to use Moog and when to stop using too much Mellotron, so all his efforts are lost with his lack of depth and the cheesy use of different synths.

Not bad, not good, simply average, so 3 stars is the most I can give to this release, a rating that would be lower if we were allowed to use half stars.

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Review by Floyd1990

5 stars Amazing stuff here! I'm Portuguese so obviously I know (although I try to avoid it at all costs) the kind of horrible and unispired pop music Mr. Cid has been doing for the last three decades. Therefore it's really surprising (in a very very positive way) to hear what he was doing before giving up and trying to earn some money the easy way!

This album is absolutely stunning. Excellent classic prog (despite being released a few years after the golden age of progressive music), not difficult to get into at all. It's mainly a symphonic album with some space rock (floydian space rock in fact). The concept is also very much in the style of space rock bands, describing a trip to the space to escape the end of the world. All songs are at least very good. The majority of them are symphonic prog (with a lot of mellotron), but there is also a straight rock one ("O Caos") or even Portugal's version of "The Great Gig In The Sky" ("Memos").

Definitely 5 stars. A masterpiece made in the middle of the desert that was Portugal at the time! The only complaint is the length (too short...) but that really isn't enough to stop this being an essential work.

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Review by João Paulo

5 stars A great album of this Portuguese musician. I realy don't like the other albuns because they are a comercial songs and nothing special in progressive world but this are a masterpiece. He don't believe that this albun is a great work and all progressive listeners now his work. Very epic with a sound very powerfull with a psichedelic story very usual in this time. He is a good keiboards player and this album show us a great space sound very advanced in Portugal in this time. I hyave 3 different editions of this album. The Portuguese edition that are nothing special, a Corean edition in digipack made by M2U editions with a great record sound and an edition with LP side and a cartoon book inside but not with vinil but with cd and I think that just a few persons now this last editions. Great work with a very good vocal and some nice guitars and soberb keyboard, that made a masterpiece very rare in this country. One of my favourites.

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Review by AdamHearst

4 stars I've never heard Jose Cid's Pop music, and i'm afraid to try it... i don't want anything to taint my perception of this great album.

The songs have a floating, slow-motion atmosphere and a dream-like feeling similar to Eloy's 'Ocean'... but Cid's vocals are much better. The sound is somewhat comparable to Pink Floyd at times as well. Cid's synth overload dominates every track... stacks and stacks of Moogs, Mellotron, Arps and 'who knows what else' are heavily multi-tracked and layered until they create a true synthetic symphony.

The rhythm section is very good, and reserved... they simply lay back in the pocket and let Cid's voice and synth playing take the spotlight. Zé Nabo's bass in particular is very tight and often bathed in a beautiful shimmery chorus effect.

The spacey opener 'O Ultimo Dia Terra' is the highlight of the album... even at only 4 and a half minutes it creates a vast epic atmosphere. The main vocal melody is beautiful and compelling... and when a Mellotron choir join in with him it's an absolutely magical and ethereal moment. This is a rare perfect song; Jose Cid's masterstroke.

'O Caos' loses the magic, but only momentarily... i feel this song is the one misstep on the album. There are some disco-beat sections that make me cringe, while the rest is a failed up-tempo rock song featuring a downright ugly sounding distorted guitar riff... just bad. There is a decent quiet section about 4 minutes in, but not enough to save this song... this is the lowpoint.

The remainder of the album is stellar: 'Mellotron O Planeta Fantastico' has some excellent Eloyian guitar parts and fiery Moog solos. 'Fuga Para O Espaco', and it's reprise 'Memos', are more Floydian and remind me A LOT of 'The Great Gig in the Sky', especially the wordless shrieking vocals on Memos.

'A Partir Do Zero' is the second best song on the album and contains some of the greatest (and most memorable) Moog parts i've ever heard... this is such a brilliant and unique composition that it's really indescribable. Like 'O Ultimo Dia Terra' this song is very short, but every second is perfect and paints an immense lasting image of drifting in deep space.

10,000 Anos Depois Entre Venu E Marte is a remarkable album, and has only one lesser song keeping it from being a 5-star masterpiece. I think any Space Rock fan could easily get into this, and most Symphonic Prog fans could as well.

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Review by ProgShine
Collaborator Errors & Omissions and Crossover Team

4 stars 01. O Ultimo Dia Na Terra Shout! Silence! Sounds! The bumbo ... marks the beginning of music, vocalizations to the bottom and a synthesizer well headed in the background. The voice of Jose entirely in Portuguese (Portugal) is very well sung, and the letters are very well made. The concept leads us to a science-fiction in the style of Super Man (I am not surprised if the whole concept has been taken of the story.) The guitars are well played by Joe Turnip (that name!).

02. O Caos The guitar is an original charm. And the tones of keyboards that fill the disc only pave the way for a disk-space. Then enter a guitar divine a strange time. This to me is the highlight of the disc. Sensational voice with charming Portuguese accent. The space rock caused by the keyboard is a delight. The second part of the music is very beautiful that you then return to start for the basis of a great guitar break. Epic so sensational.

03. Fuga Para O Espaço Beginning of a beautiful piano, synthesizers and mellotrons, low fat. Jose invites us to take a tour of the ship by fleeing to escape and start a new life. Sensacional the symphonic arrangement for the song. The guitars of the whole disc is a case the party, also here in this beautiful land. Beautiful voice also folded. The vocalizations The Great la Gig In The Sky leaves give the final.

04. Mellotron O Planeta Fantastico That introduction of low! Wow! Beautiful tone and riff, drums and guitar together wha-wha. Why then the instrument that gives its name from the band in action, you then divide the area again. The parades make me remember to follow a sound that I can not remember exactly who it is. The vocals are very beautiful in a sad lament.

05. 10,000 Anos Depois Entre Vénus E Marte Instrumental with influences of Camel (only missed the flutes). Vocals and keyboards simply duplicates superb tell us that everything can start ...

06. A Partir Do Zero ... From scratch again. Tones and more tones, tons of them. Keyboards for all corners, sharp band playing the theme at your fingertips and very precise.

07. Memos Memos is a song of passage of the most beautiful, full of Floyd influence here.

Simply this unforgettable 10,000 Years Later Between Venus and Mars, a conceptual disc (the best) and that the difference is the voice in the native language Portuguese, which is the charm.

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