Tuesday 10 July 2018

Wejah - Senda (1996)

The second album from this Brazilian band.

Wejah was a quartet with a lineup of bass, drums, keyboards and guitars.

This band released three albums before they gave up the ghost and were disbanded. I will review their third album sometimes later in July this year.

The music is instrumental. It is regarded in the archives as eclectic prog.

It is indeed somewhat eclectic with a lot of symphonic prog, fusion, eclectic prog and some Univers Zero like avant-garde influences. The music is dark and gloomy.

There is a mix of keyboards and guitars solos here too. These two instruments are interacting very well.

There is not much interesting stuff on this one hour long album. Not at least compared to the many other albums who sounds like this album. There is a lot of instrumental prog albums around. Not at least in my album collection.

Nevertheless, this is a decent album. Check it out.

2 points

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