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miércoles, 9 de diciembre de 2015

Palma - 12 Ciclos (2003)


Sandy me ahorra trabajo (yo estaba por subir este disco) y sigue em su tarea de resubir discos. Ahora con un discazo muy recomendado de Palma, disco intimista y exquisito, de rock sinfónico bien brasilero, dulce y agradable. Muy recomendado! Escúchenlo por favor.

Artista: Palma
Álbum: 12 Ciclos
Año: 2003
Género: Rock sinfónico
Nacionalidad: Brasil

Lista de Temas:
01. Por La Estrada
02. Porto
03. De maneг bem cedo
04. Tarde
05. No Chгo as marcas
06. Luares
07. Sombras e luzes
08. Redencao


Alineación:
- Marco Aureh / Flauta, piano e violão
- Paulo Loureiro / Violão, percussão, bateria e samplers
Guests:
Joar Gelli (teclados, samplers, coro)
Rodrigo d'Avilla (baixo, cordas)
Marcos Balthat (baixo)
Fernando Nunes (baixo)
Myllene Areal (voz)
Percy (guitarra)

Otro hermoso disco de progresivo sinfónico brasilero, muy buen trabajo que me resulta una delicia para los oídos. Quizás no demasiado ambicioso, sino más bien intimista y de entrecasa, pero exquisito y melodioso, con músicos de primera...
Palma is formed by flutist Marco Aureh (Lummen) and guitar player/percussionist Paulo Loureiro (Anno Luz) and has existed since 1990. By that time they released a series of concerts in many cities in Brazil, promoting their first project called Palma. Marco Aureh during Palmas’ pause kept doing his work as a soundtrack writer for theatrical plays when he received many national awards. In 99 he released, with his progressive band Lummen “Ao vivo no Rio Jazz Club” by Som Interior. It also had a great impact on critics and public in Brazil and abroad. Paulo Loureiro released a double CD with the trio Personagens in 1998. In this project, that had received public and critical acclaim, they are joined by some great names in brazilian music such as Djavan, Moraes Moreira, Cláudio Zoli, and others. He is also developing a solo career as a vocalist. In 2001 the duo returns to write new material and gives new face to old tunes. After 12 years of pause, the duo palma returns to write and record 12 cycles, their newest cd. The duo, is ready to begin a series of concerts to release this instrumental progressive music project which was released by "Som Interior", an independent record label located in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil. Palma is a project where we can find the musical expression of really true artists, with something very special and delicate, with a great instrumental production, where they show their sense musically. All the musicians are highly professional, and use fantastic resources of all the instruments as Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Flute, Bass Guitars and Drums, creating a perfect balance where the result is an excellent musical arrangements. The songs float around some lovely soft flute sounds passages coupled with acoustic guitar including a sweet piano sound. I can hear on this band some elements, direction and influences of those who were the masters of the Progressive Rock and of the Symphonic Rock in the past, something similar as Camel, Genesis, Premiata Forneria Marconi, The Moody Blues and Alan Parsons Project. Includind eight tracks. A special and particular attention to and my favourite songs are: "Harbour", "On The Ground The Traces", "Moonlights", "Shadows And Lights" and “Redemption”. The Cd features, besides Paulo Loureiro and Marco Aureh, many guest musicians that be side the main musicians gave this project a a excellent musical textures, and they are: Fernando Nunes (Ivan Lins, Cássia Eller) on bass, Percy (Erasmo Carlos, Celso Blues Boy) on guitar, the multi instrumentalist and arranger Rodrigo d’Avila, the soprano Myllene Areal, Marcos Balthar on bass and keyboardist Joar Gelli who also wrote the track “Redemption”. Highly recommended...

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