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CAVALEIROS NEGROS / TUDO BEM / BALADA DO AMIGO

Os Mutantes

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.90 | 22 ratings

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ProgShine
5 stars 01. Cavaleiros Negros Serginho on guitar, could you understand the importance? Prophetic letter, hallucinogenic sound, and perfect vocals in every way. All perfect. It was the peak of their career, damn Brazil. Some keyboards more than sensationals, a climate of calm and peace (I think it was definitely so that Sergio had in mind at the time). Then it is dark but clear, strange but normal. The explanation can only be felt by intuition, mind and the ear due shares of the body. Progressive in his noble place!

02. Tudo Bem Starts shaking, killer voice. And a groove almost insurmountable. Second voice made (to which all states) by keyboard player Túlio Mourão, the guitars are sensational, striking chorus-type 'Bicho Grilo' (hippie), to sing with it. Solo of drums in the middle without a shadow of a doubt Rui is great! The bass sound of Antonio also is unique, very good. A duel of guitar and keyboard, finally ... the same quality from start to finish.

03. Balada Do Amigo Guitar and piano start one of the most beautiful songs made in the brazilian territory, without exaggeration! A radio would play it today. A very good lyric talking about friendship and companionship (things missing in this world). Imagine this song with a clip of photos, you know? Those who are passing multiple photos of friends on a black background? I know, my mind travels there. And you think that music is for? Forget the illegal drugs, listen to music!

This Compact made mithe minds of many people at the time, and feft many people with hope in time (for a new LP), which never materialized, a pity!

ProgShine | 5/5 |

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