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Symphonic Prog

3.88 | 101 ratings

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5 stars This one was the third album I heard from Invisible. I had to listened to it three times to understand it and enjoy it. It is not an easy album. But once you find its sense, you really find a jewel. I mean a very precious jewel. I think this one and the disc before make Invisible the best Spinetta's band (well, struggling with Spinetta Jade for the first place).

Spinetta shows in this album wildness, poetry, madness, absurd, beauty, terror, genius... all these things separately or at same time. Let's see the songs:

Encadenado al ánima: Maybe the best suite of the album. The bass line cutted softly by guitar and cymballs promise what is going to happen. It is the begining of something tremendous. The theme is an actual trip through diferent states of mind. We find rock, jazz, blues, psychedelia... but not separately but as ingredients of each musical moment. Lyrics are wierd, buffling, but very beautiful. Full of images. *****

Durazno Sangrando: A peach is bleeding. This kind of poetic images I was talking about. This song is very much easier to listen than the one before. Actually, is a jazzy, soft, beauty song; played with accuracy. But, after listening "Encadenado al ánima", this song seems to be too simple. But it's just an effect of contrast. Neverthelees, I give it 4 stars. ****

Pleamar de águilas: What a begining! You can see the weird kind of musician Spinetta is. He make what other musician would delete of his mind. The excersice vocal of the begining of this song is very risky because it gets close to ridicule. But it's wonderful because jumps over ridicule and reach supreme beauty. *****

En una lejana playa del animus: This track is the complement of "Encadenado al ánima". And it's musical highness is in the same level of the first song too. *****

Dios de la adolescencia: Beautiful and powerful song. Rich in melodies and nice metric. The lyrics have a high poetry. Less progresive than the previous tracks, but who cares.

So Durazno Sangrando is an amazing an unique album. IMHO it deserves 5 stars: a materpiece of progresive music.

Alexanco | 5/5 |


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