Gênero: Psych Folk
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domingo, 26 de março de 2017
Gênero: Psych Folk
quarta-feira, 1 de março de 2017
Gênero: Afro / Soul / Cape Jazz
País: África do Sul
Belíssimo exemplo de quão rico a música e o jazz africano pode ser, recomendado!
A project between two great figures of South African jazz, in addition to others collaborations, which resulted in a single work, unfortunately little remembered. The LP is divided into 4 fully instrumental tracks, totaling about half an hour, yet featuring a high quality sound. Passing through soul / afro jazz, avant-garde and also Cape Jazz (due to its location), with many improvisations and two long jams, highlight to floating passages of saxophone and piano, in addition to consistent rhythmic work.
Beautiful example of how rich African music and jazz can be, recommended!
terça-feira, 28 de fevereiro de 2017
Gênero: Hard / Classic Rock
Nada de essencial, porém vale a audição para fãs de rock 'fora do eixo'.
지덕엽 [Chi Deok-Yeop] (guitarra)
김종태 [Kim Jong-Tae] (baixo)
Lee Bonhwan (teclados)
domingo, 26 de fevereiro de 2017
Gênero: Hard Rock
Although unoriginal, it's still interesting for fans of hard rock and Eastern European music.
Consistente e interessante obra para fãs de progressivo espanhol, recomendado!
Kim Torras (vocal, guitarra)
quinta-feira, 23 de fevereiro de 2017
Gênero: Blues Rock / Acoustic Blues
Matthew 'Dutch' Tilders (guitarra, vocal)
segunda-feira, 20 de fevereiro de 2017
Gênero: Progressive / Folk Rock
While most of the musical influences on Italian artists during the late 60's and early 70's came from English groups, there were quite a few artists who were strongly attracted to the West Coast sound.
Come Le Foglie, like later groups such as Stradaperta, Madrugada or Grosso Autunno, were particularly influenced by an US-sounding style based on acoustic guitars and vocal harmonies.
The trio has been formed in Milan around 1968, from the ashes of a rhythm and blues group, Formy Blues Band. Their early repertoire was full of covers by the likes of CSNY and Joni Mitchell, and the band had an intense live activity and a good following in the Milan area.
At the turn of the seventies, the group began creating their own sound, often helped by guest musicians, but still keeping their initial West Coast feeling. They were invited at many important open-air festivals in the North of Italy, and had the chance of supporting some of the top Italian and foreign artists of the time. Of course many record companies were interested in signing them, and they recorded many demo tapes, but unfortunately their uncompromising behaviour caused them to lose any chance of a recording deal.
The band split in the mid 70's, sadly little has survived of all those studio recordings that never found their way to an LP. A CD, including demo recordings from 1972 was released in 1998 by the Giallo label; it also includes a few live tracks, also from the same year, but having a worse quality, and this record can give an approximate idea of what this group sounded like.
Claudio Lugli (vocal, violão)
Attilio Zanchi (baixo, vocal)
domingo, 19 de fevereiro de 2017
The musical material presented on this second album came along with the first album, which means, all this songs were composed on the same period of time. So this songs were set apart for a while during the production and release of the first album, still with no lyrics, but already with some ideas settled. The three songs which make up the suíte "The Story of a King" that finished inspiring the title of the album, were already known to cover this theme.
As the lyrics of the songs were brought out, a conceptual album begun to emerge. Each of the songs of this album tells the story of a character, an individual drama. And each story of each song becomes a spiritual saga visited by the listener in the company of a storyteller. To get to this point, André Micheli had to slightly change the first version of the lyrics of the first song of the album "The Endless Road" that was previously called "The wanderer". On the final version the storyteller - which happens to be the band itself - invites the listener to a long journey watching the endless road travelers; learning, suffering, rejoicing along with the misadventures of life of each former character.
To finally frame the songs and lives lived through them, one last song was composed especially for this purpose. The beautiful ballad "Waiting Room" portrays a last drama of a last character, an internal madman in a sanatorium that receives a message and finds out that it was all an illusion. He is free to another journey on the endless road. The message also reveals to the listener that all lives observed were actually one.
Now we are proud to present to the public our second album. A ten track conceptual one, following the tradition of the good ages of prog rock. Not only good songs reunited, yet an epic work able to take the listener to a great playful and spiritual journey, telling stories, thrilling and making to think. And of course, we have rock. Good rock!
Vinícius de Oliveira - guitarra
Thiago Meyer - bateria
Andre Micheli - teclado, voz
Julian Quilodran - baixo
Janari Coelho - bateria
André Chayb - guitarra
André Gurgel - baixo
quinta-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2017
terça-feira, 14 de fevereiro de 2017
Interessante para fãs de country rock e CCR em especial.
Interesting record for CCR fans in particular.
Manfred Alois Segieth "Fancy"