Lito Vitale "Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones"

Lito Vitale "Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones"

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Lito Vitale
Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones
Cicro 3 (Argentina) 1984
C3-022 (LP)
sleeve : EX+
media : EX+/EX(some slightly noises.)

This is the first solo album released in 1981 by Lito Vitale, the keyboardist of the part of progressive rock group M.I.A., which was apparently a national band in Argentina. The album is mainly symphonic rock with dramatic and majestic synthesizer sounds, but it is also full of ambient/new age sensibilities, with tracks such as A2, which is tossed about by the earthy synth drones and primitive voice improvisations that feel even more mysterious than Nana Vasconcelos, and B2, which features a spacey synthesizer and mentalistic acoustic piano ensemble with delicate chorus work that is reminiscent of the Brazilian Minas School.

A2: Alumbrando a las animas
B2: La luz mala, en el campo

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