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Jagannath Orbit

Anima MUndi
27 Oct 2009 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 31 Oct 2009
  • Label: Musea
  • Copyright: (c) Javier Mauri
  • Total Length: 1:07:17
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  • ASIN: B002VC7HX8
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,646 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kippax on 2 Dec 2010
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I have been listening to progrock for more year's than I care to remember.However,once in a blue moon an album of such epic beauty appear's.It's the one you've been waiting for in many case's literally for year's.
I found Jagannath Orbit such an album.It's sheer scale is quite staggering.It has melody,tune's to die for but know's how to get up a head of steam & rock when need be.
There are faint hint's of the Steve Howe school of chord's & a tuneful growling bass (a la Squire)but that realley is where comparision's with Yes end.It's the keyboard's that create the massive & atomosheric shape of thing's & perhap's steal the show.But that would be decrying the rest of the band who are simply superb.
I cannot recommend this album & it's sequel "The Way" highly enough to all fan's of Prog & Symphonic Rock.I feel if the band & album(s)get sufficient publicty they will (in time) be considered classic's.
For God's sake BUY IT-do yourself a favour.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ben Bottle on 13 Oct 2011
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I must echoe M Hazelhurst review; this band are superb and have filled a gap in my life.
That gap was left by none other than Yes, a band who I have adored for many a decade but who, in my very humble opinion, have started to sell out.
This band make for very worthy "successors".
Great musicianship and superb vocals. Wonderfully thematic and melodious songs of epic proportions.
Like M Hazelhurst I have been a "Proggy" for many years and have enjoyed the development of the genre.
Now this band breath new life.
Yes - new life! The essential elements are there and they wave the prog flag with pride. This wonderful record shines with soaring instrumental sections and a truly inspiring atmosphere.
Okay they "sound like" - but they are as good as!
The guitar builds to a crescendo then goes gently down to rise again later. There are the throaty, throbbing basslines and wonderfully exciting keyboard fills, all coming under the competent drumming.
This is classic prog for those who like it, and yet, it is somehow fresh.
We have Roberto Diaz on fantastic guitar, superb keyboards from Virginia Peraza, wonderful bass from Yaroski Corredera, uplifting vocals from Carlos Sosa and some very capable drumming from José Manuel Govín.
Oh - the band come from Cuba.
Brilliant! I just love these guys!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Prog From Cuba That U Must Have! 9 April 2011
By Russell Sullins - Published on
Anima Mundi is a progressive rock band that happens to hail from Cuba and let me tell you these guys are for real.Some superb prog music from some very talented guys.Jagganath Orbit is a really nice album full of rich textured classic progressive rock music,great melodies and actually fairly good vocals.They definetley know how to make some fine prog music.Fine musicianship and top notch production.Some influences of some great legends ie: Yes,Crimson,Hackett,Camel and The Flower Kings.Theres alot to love about this band and their music and this is a very good 4 1/2 star album.The song the Rhythm of the Spheres is an almost 17 minute prog epic instrumental that will blow your socks off.Its like Steve Hackett with The Flower Kings doing an instrumental jam.Very good! Highly recommend this album as well as their newest one "The Way".
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These Cuban symphonic proggers wear European influences on their sleeves. While they bring nothing especially new or different to my collection, Anima Mundi "Jagganath Orbit" and "The Way" have become important components of my prog collection. Jagganath Orbit is more atmospheric at times, while The Way has some moments of harder edge interspersed with sheer beauty. Get them both. Support Cuba's premiere band in this genre! :)
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