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3.77 | 67 ratings

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4 stars There are so many bands out there these days playing progressive rock that it's hardly surprising that some no matter how good will slip under the radar and be known to only a small group of fans. Such a band judging from the number of reviews here on PA is Senogul. That's a shame because they deserve to be heard by a wider audience such is the overall quality of their music.

They're well placed in eclectic being a hard band to categorise, their music containing many styles and influences including jazz, flamenco, folk, latin and rock. Mainly instrumental III is the fourth album (confused?) from the band containing eight varied compositions showing off their obvious musical chops on a diverse range of both acoustic and electric instruments. The latin feel of Parana with a rare vocal is the weakest moment, ironically capturing them at their most accessible. Much better to my ears is the exciting and diverse musical interplay of the bulk of the instrumentals, the pick of the bunch being the two longest compositions, The Black Cat and album closer Sopa Colora which is a Spanish prog rock tour de force.

Well worth checking out if you haven't already done so.

Nightfly | 4/5 |


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