The second and final album from this Argentine band.
The band has been tagged as a symphonic prog band. Which is right in the sense that this album and band is symphonic prog in the South American vein.
You will find a lot of flowery, pastoral music here. Music performed by guitars, keyboards, organs, drums, bass, strings, woodwinds, children choirs and Spanish vocals.
There is a lot of instruments here. But the music still reminds me a lot about James Barclay Harvest at times. Other times about Italian progressive rock.
The sound is good and so is the music on this almost forty minutes long album. I really like these minutes a lot and would like to recommend this album to everyone.