A bit raw, but an intriguing album from Argentina (73). There is some great Jethro Tull/Grupo Nuevo Mexico/De De Lind-like heavy guitar-flute interplay. These are probably the most complex and proggy parts. Otherwise this is more a classic rock album. The music changes constantly between heavy and folky parts, IMO very similar to De De Lind, Dalton, or maybe Capitolo Sei, although some traditional South American music slips in occasionally. Loads of nice flute playing throughout. Although not really a prog album, I like it very much. You should have no problem enjoying this if you like the bands mentioned above.
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