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Album Review

Madrid's Barrabas followed the success of their debut — due in most part to "Woman," a surprise hit that found a home in several American discos — a year later with Power, an accomplished if unremarkable album that indicates the varied stylistic interests of the group. "Mr. Money" seems to temper the hard, organ-driven sound of Deep Purple with the rhythmic thrust of early Santana, but unlike those two groups, Barrabas pushes their guitars into the distance. After a pair of nondescript traditional rock numbers, the group temporarily slides into easy listening pop with "The Horse," an instrumental led by Tito Duarte's flute. Two of the album's strongest songs appear during the latter half. "Casanova"'s lyrics are a bit silly, but it shows the group's rhythm section at its dynamic and complex best, and the soft "Time to Love" closes the album out in a breezy fashion, displaying how Barrabas is at its best when it avoids aggressive rock trappings — here, the band sounds its most natural.


Formed: 1970 in Madrid, Spain

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Barrabas was a Spanish group formed in the early '70s by former Los Brincos leader Fernando Arbex. At its formation, Barrabas was a six-piece including Tito Duarte, Miguel Morales, Ricky Morales, Ignacio Egana, and Joao Vidal. (Members changed occasionally; the most significant change occurred when vocalist Jose Luis Tejada was added to the lineup.) The Madrid-based group was equally influenced by funk and psychedelic rock, and they certainly took a cue from Santana. Throughout their career, they...
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Power, Barrabas
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  • 7,92 €
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music
  • Released: 1973

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