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jueves, 4 de mayo de 2017

O Terço - Live At Palace (1994)


Un registro que no merece que esté caído en nuestro espacio. El grupo brazuca (alguien dijo que son los Locanda Delle Fate brasileroa) puso toda la carne en el asador en este recital junto a la Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Do Estado de Sao Paulo que por suerte fue registrado en este trabajo memorable...

Artista: O Terço
Álbum: Live At Palace
Año: 1994
Género: Rock sinfónico
Duración: 71:26
Nacionalidad: Brasil

Lista de Temas:
1. Space
2. 1974
3. The Last Journey
4. Lost In time Affaire
5. Criaturas Da Noite
6. The Rhythm Of The Universe
7. Crucis
8. Luzes
9. Metamorfose Ambulante
10. Hey Amigo
11. Suíte

Alineación:
- Sérgio Hinds / guitar
- Franklin Paollilo / percussion
- Luiz De Boni / keyboards
- Andrei Ivanovic / bass
Special participation:
Orchestration by Maestro Julio Medaglia
Symphonic Arrangements: Maestro Rogério Duprat




Este lanzamiento del cuarteto carioca contó con una orquesta sinfónica completa, la Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Do Estado de Sao Paulo. Y es que es un álbum en vivo... Un álbum realmente agradable, de una banda que merece ser conocida y apreciada. Un álbum en vivo muy interesante del cual les dejo un video del último tema, en otro despliegue de rock sinfónico melódico de un grupo brasilero como ya nos tienen acostumbrados, o mejor sería decir de uno de los más importantes grupos brasileros de rock sinfónico.
La banda mezcla de manera exitosa el rock sinfónico con múltiples estilos; como el folk, el heavy metal, y el funk, y ahora lo hace con una orquesta completa, delante de su público y con el botón de "Record" pulsado.
Sus principales tendencias parecen provenir de sinfónico italiano, de bandas como Locanda Delle Fate, Quella Veccia Locanda o Premiata Forneria Marconi, pero se las arreglan para resultar inexorablemente brasileros, con orquesta de fondo y aún en los temas cantados en inglés.

Como único punto negativo a destacar podríamos decir que a veces la orquestación queda perdida y no se escucha, creo que se podría disfrutar mejor el álbum completo si toda la orquesta tuviese más presencia. Lo único...


After some mishaps since their come back in the early 80´s the group finally released a good, even if a bit uncharacteristically, album in 1992 (Time Travellers, their first written and sung entirely in english). It conquered for them a new audience, kept most of the old one and gave the group a lot more confidence for their next project, something leader and only original member Sérgio Hinds was dreaming for a long time: a live album with an orchestra. Thsi wiould be a project where the band and the orchestra would work together for the entire performance, not only to enhance some moments. Better still: the arrangements would be done by the legendary Rogério Duprat (a revolutionary arranger and maestro who had worked with several artists during the 60´s and 70´s, including O Terço). The orchestra was to be led by another great brazilian concert master, Júlio Medaglia.
So Live At The Palace was released in 1994. It was recorded during one of their concerts in São Paulo in november, 1993. The results were highly satisfactory, even if the mix of their old classics (sung in protuguese) and their new material (in english) and the different styles make one wonder if you´re listening to two distinctive bands on the same CD. Nevertheless, the record in general is excellent, showing their tremendous musicanship and songwriting capabilities all along. There are only a couple of tracks where things don´t really work out that well: the cover of Metaformose Ambulante (meaning walking metamorphosis, written by Raul Seixas, a great brazilian popular songwriter) is completely out of place here. I still wonder why such odd choice of song when they had so many other terrific stuff left out. Hey Amigo is another: this rocker sounds better without the orchestra. However, the highs are way more numerous than those two lows.
I specially loved the long instrumental tracks: 1974 and Crucis are the album highlights, with fine interactions between band and orchestra. The 9+ minute Suíte is another great track, with lyrics added this time (written in english). The group, while not the classic line up we all hoped to see in this format, is still great, capable of reproducing the old stuff with perfection and the new one with great energy and conviction (drummer Franklin Paollilo seems specially fired up). But the star of the show is still Hinds beautiful, fluid guitar solos and licks. He is one of the most underrated rock guitarrists.
The recording sound is very good and well balanced, you can hear every instrument and voice the overall production is top notch for the time.
All in all an excellent CD that, finally showed the band in their full potential after such a long time. If you don´t know O Terço yet, this a fine starting point.
Highly recommended.
Tarcisio Moura

It's the best album of Terço to me. It's played accompanied by a symphonic orchestra. There are many songs of Time Travelers album and others classic songs from this brazilian group. Space (1:50) opens the disc and encounter the beautiful delightful 1974 (11:56). This is a Venturini' song (old member from Terço and 14 bis with solo career today). No lyrics until now. The Last Journey (5:11), Lost in time affaire (6:11), The rhythm of the universe (5:02) are from mentioned album. All singing in english. Crucis (5:22) is instrumental too. All of them are very good, a real progressive rock! There are more. Criaturas da Noite-Creatures of the night (4:06) and Hey Amigo-Hey friend (6:03) are two of classics Terço sung in portuguese. Luzes-Lights (9:45) is a long and wonderful instrumental song, and Suite (10:23) closes the album with great prog-rock sound too! This is an old instrumental song from the group (from great Venturini too), with lyrics additional in english. The only boring song is Metamorfose Ambulante-Wonderful metamorphosis (3:29), but it doesn't damage the disc. If you see that album in the stores, buy it. If you really appreciate symphonic bands like Genesis, ELP and Yes, you will enjoy this. I see you, folks!
Flávio Zimmermann


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  1. Download: (Flac + CUE + Log)
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  2. Download: (Ape + CUE + Log + Scans)
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