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Témpano - Nowhere Now Here CD (album) cover




Crossover Prog

3.91 | 53 ratings

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5 stars Every now and then an album appears out of nowhere that knocks you out, an unexpected instant desert island, an album you know you can't forget about it, one classic, forever with you, one you revisit frequently.

Nowhere nowhere is that album for me, Tempano has matured into a band that can do no wrong and delivered the most inspired album of their career and, again, for me, one of the best albums of the last few years so far.

The album encapsulates musical styles ranging from fusion to progressive rock, blended magically in a way that makes you wonder how do they do it so smoothly. An eclectic work that navigates from song to song across different moods.

There is a great balance between all instruments but if you listen closely you will discover that each one plays their own melody, the result, an elegant complexity that does not invade you, music played with passion.

There is one more thing about this band, the lyrics are carefully written, meaningful, there is a sense of direction that many bands lack, and to add one more magical element, the voice by an experienced singer, amazing how the guy can sing.

Tempano is formed by professional musicians, its evident just by listening to this album, it's simply rewarding for my ears, and with so much music being made, finding albums that really are different and special is becoming harder, Thanks you guys !

begnagrad | 5/5 |


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