Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Violeta De Outono - Spaces (2016)


The seventh album from this Brazilian band.

The band was a quartet on this album with a lineup of organ, synths, keyboards, drums, bass, guitars and Portoguese vocals.

I have previously reviewed a couple of their albums for ProgArchives and # 1 of this blog. I decided to complete the reviews of their in total seven studio albums and have done it this winter for this blog. You will find these reviews somewhere else in this blog.

Their music on this album is a bit difficult to pinpoint. The band plays psychedelic rock with a lot of space rock influences. There are even some spaced out songs on this album with the good old space rock sound. There are also some hippie rock and classic 1970s rock here too.

The organ sound is very good and the vocalist also does a good job. The guitars are sometimes half-acoustic and that adds a lot to the songs.

The sound is very warm and comfortable on this forty minutes long album. An album who could had been released in 1975 as it has that sound. It is unlikely that the band members was even born then....

The end result is a pretty good album which may interest those into pysch and classic rock. Ditto for their six other albums too. Check out this band and album.

3 points


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