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Las Manos

a Studio release
by
El Trio

Release Year: 2013

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Released on May 28, 2013

Added To Proggnosis Database on: 6/2/2013 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 6/9/2013 5:05:00 AM by:
  1. Desconectar 04:52
  2. Tanto Amor 03:29
  3. Buenas noches 03:21
  4. Ojo artificial 05:00
  5. Cancion sin nombre 04:42
  6. Canterbule pt. III 05:01
  7. Reir pa no llorar 05:07
  8. No somo indio 04:32
  9. Uanabi 04:54
  10. Fuentes 05:37
Kilvin Peña
bass

Johandy Ureña
drums


Jonatan Piña Duluc
vocals, guitar

 

Reviewed by Marc on 31 Jul 2013


El Trio is certainly the first band from the Dominican Republic I have ever reviewed (and perhaps even listened to).

On Las Manos they offer the listener a varied palette of mostly "Guitar - Bass - Drums - Vocals" songs featuring a good number of interesting musical segments. Some songs I consider to be pretty much straight Hard Rock. For those, references to a band like Living Colour can be heard. Other songs are more Southern Rock in genre. Free Jazz and hints of Carabbean music are also present, to some extent, in a number of pieces.

Las Manos is good and eclectic collection of songs. They all feature crunchy guitars, crisp drumming, energetic bass playing and virile singing (in Spanish). This CD I would certainly enjoy while driving around in a convertible car on a sunny day, or sipping a beer on the patio.

No nonsense original and always interesting music, very professionnally done by talented musicians. Good stuff!!