Banana - Yoyi* - Banana / Del Copacabana A 34 (Vinyl) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
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It rounds off the album in a nice way. Do not be fooled by me speaking of pop and rock. This is primarily a very nice symphonic prog album. Banana - Yoyi* - Banana / Del Copacabana A 34 (Vinyl) true work of love and honesty. This album has not diminished in quality over the years. That is a type of fruit and a good band name if you do pop or even rock. But a prog rock band?
A good band name can break you or send you to the scrapheap. It is from the scrapheap this album was rescued from. Banana does in-offensive generic prog rock in the vein of Yes, Camel and Genesis. I would also add Saga to the mix. The last two songs of this album reminds me about Saga from their Worlds Apart era. In other words; the golden era. The quality is good throughout.
The lack of identity is the major problem here. I don't think I would be able to get this album if put through a blind test. Another thing about this album is that it is not the Moog or Hammond fest as I expected. There are far more guitars here than the usual Genesis clone fest.
That is a positive in my book. This is a good album, but nothing more. Guitars comes in precise measure. Compositions are coherent and tight. I can't take opinion as I never listened their other albums. The 70's rock movement in Argentina was largely more expressive than in Brazil.
Here in brazilian seventies, record companies and mainstream critics gave value to brazilian popular music MPB as an original creation and rock acts were regarded as something like my words " foreign easy to play using loud electric instruments and silly lyrics" music.
I should had given 5 stars to "Aun es tiempo de sonar" as it is underrated, here in PA. This is one of the best prog albuns from South America and one of the best romantic prog albuns I know. The other difference from most symphonic bands is that there is a lot more emphasis on electric guitar, and mostly at the expense of keyboards which play a noticeable but somewhat diminished role.
But the guitar is the preeminent instrument here, played by various musicians throughout but equally featured on almost every track. This is decent music, very professionally played and with enough nods to several British prog acts of the seventies to convince you the members Banana - Yoyi* - Banana / Del Copacabana A 34 (Vinyl) the band really listened to that kind of music and liked it.
This one gets barely a mention in his biography today. Three stars is fair, and recommended to collectors who are always in the market for something a little different, but not very much so. Review by erik neuteboom Prog Reviewer. Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.
The youngest of eight children, Cesar's rather timid disposition prompted him to take refuge in piano playing. He took lessons, attended the Catholic University Argentina and got together with brothers and friends for a few jams. Though their sound is very melodic and the guitar most prominent, the rhythm section is pretty basic and the keyboards mostly Fender Rhodes are usually relegated to the background. As for Banana - Yoyi* - Banana / Del Copacabana A 34 (Vinyl) vocals, they are fairly abundant but sound rather AORish, or crooner style, if you like.
This definitely would give their material a bit more punch and originality. Certainly not essential but has its fine moments, if only for the few times the synths burst forth, adding a whole new dimension to their sound. Studio Album, Banana - Yoyi* - Banana / Del Copacabana A 34 (Vinyl), 3. But the music will take away any cynical thoughts about Banana because this one shot band has delivered a fine album entitled Aun Es Tiempo De Sonar The six compositions are drenched into the Classic Seventies Prog tradition with strong hints from Yes, Genesis and Camel.
The music is very melodic but quite mellow, in my opinion a bit too.
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