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Samla Mammas Manna



4.25 | 340 ratings

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5 stars I was born a man, I died a boy. This sentence was chosen by the brazilian writter Fernando Sabino to be added to his tablet when he dies. It's so simple and common, but perfect. Already some artists had before said similars brilliant sentences, for examplo, Pablo Picasso, and in such a way they tried mixed the unimaginable quality of their masterpieces with the infantile nature, in order to get the maximum of quality.

In the universal kingdom of music those that can be considered as children playing games are few, if consider boys playing to make art, Samla Mammas Manna is the most infantile protagonists of the progressive rock, a band full of wonderful geniuses like few others dozens born in each century. Maltid has all the taste of childhood, a flavour like a homage to an old country aunt, considering if like she is preparing cakes and pies while boys run around the yard playing games. The album is like a dream, a fantastic youthful world.

Maltid is one of the greaters and more complete masterpieces of progressive rock, and if you still have a little child inside you to play, you must get this album and live as boy again around the beautiful songs that capture the free spirit of childhood, without those kind of massive issues and problems of the day.

For adults and boys, for all, to hear and have fun, an essential masterpiece of progressive music

Grobsch | 5/5 |


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