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Lalo Huber - Lost in Kali Yuga CD (album) cover

LOST IN KALI YUGA

Lalo Huber

 

Neo-Prog

3.64 | 21 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars 3.5 really

Lalo Huber is one of the most underated keybordist I've ever known, being the founder and main composer of argentinian prog rock band Nexus and aswell part of Subliminal band also from Argentina. He release his first solo album in 2009 named Lost in Kali yuga, a great ride in Lalo's universe dominated by keyboards. helped here by drumer from Subliminal Luis Nakamura he did a great job on this release. Lalo playes on all instruments here minus the drums of course and aswell did the vocal parts. What I expected from this album is what I get, ELP influence album but combined with more sounds and layers from his keyboards , also he provides more electronic parts then the masters and the result is quite good most of the time. Is not an electronic album for sure, is symphonic prog, where the synthesizers, hammond flows perfectly from one piece to another, dynamic album with up tempo pieces, the more relaxed are with voice, Lalo's voice is not a fantastic one, but is warm and fits perfect in this context, a perfect example is To Play and Die, great track. Atmospheric passages are melted with more furious ones, not far from his main band Nexus only there is no guitars here like on Nexus, giving an enjoyble atmosphere, his skilss are excellent, wuth some intristing ideas and well balanced pieces. Even is not an excellent allbum , at least for me, for sure is a good towards great release, I'm bothering about manner of composing and I mean, to much time the pieces sound almost the same one to another, and aswell the album is to long, almost 80 min of music, I think is little to much, if it were shorter with 20-25 min then for sure were something diffrent and more focused. Anyway a pleasent album coming from this little know keyboardist from Argentina that for sure needs a wider recognition. 3 rounded to 3.5 for the great 4 parts of the Lost in Kali Yuga piece.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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