Saturday 19 October 2019

Pão Com Manteiga - Pão Com Manteiga (1976)

The one and only album from this band from Brazil.

Nothing is known about this band. But from what I can hear, they got a lineup of clavinet, bass, drums, synth, guitars, banjo, percussion and Portoguese vocals.

This album is obscure in other words. Very obscure. But we got online music streaming so this album is not entirely forgotten.

The music style is a mix of eclectic prog, rock, pop and symphonic prog with some folk rock gluing it all together. That and some humour. Tongue in cheek humour, I guess.

The vocals are rather pleasant and ditto for the sound.

Some of the songs are rather Gong like and Daevid Allen has been listening to by this band. 

This album is very colourful and far, very far from most of the music we today listen to as progheads. That said, this is very much a prog rock album. It is quite a decent album too and well worth checking out.

2 points

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