Canarios ‎– Ciclos

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Primera Transmigración (Paraíso Remoto) (16:50)
Genesis
Prana
Primera Visión De Un Mundo Nuevo
Himno A La Armonía Magistral Del Unverso
Primeros Pasos En Un Mundo Nuevo
Metamorfosis Extravagante
Segunda Transmigración (Abismo Próximo) (16:45)
Narración Extravagante
Primeras Preguntas En Un Mundo Nuevo
Canto Al Niño Neurótico
Himno Crítico A La Primera Adversidad
Desfile Extravagante
Proceso Alienatorio
Serenata Extravagante
Tercera Transmigración (Ciudad Futura) (17:47)
Pequeño Concierto Extravagante
Páginas De Plata De Un Diario Íntimo
Anti-Himno A La Programación Cibernética
Monasterios - Proceso Cibernético
Villancico Extravagante
Cuarta Transmigración (El Eslabón Recobrado) (21:53)
Hibernus
Crisis
Ballet De Las Sombras
Himno A La Armonía Implacable Del Fin
Vanessa (El Aliento De La Osamenta)
Nirvana Extravagante
Diálogos A Alto Nivel
Hiperdestrucción
Apocalipsis

Versions (17)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
87905 XD, 87905-XD Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album) Ariola, Ariola 87905 XD, 87905-XD Spain 1974 Sell This Version
D-54967 Canarios Ciclos (I) (II)(2xCass, Album) Ariola D-54967 Spain 1974 Sell This Version
91090S, 91.090 S Canarios Ciclos (I)(8-Trk, Album) Ariola, Ariola 91090S, 91.090 S Spain 1974 Sell This Version
D-54967 Canarios Ciclos (II)(Cass, Album) Ariola D-54967 Spain 1974 Sell This Version
87905 XD, 87905-XD Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RP) Ariola, Ariola 87905 XD, 87905-XD Spain 1974 Sell This Version
87 905 XDT, 87 903 XDT, 87 904 XDT, 89 088 XCT Canarios Cycles(2xLP, Album, Gat) Ariola, Ariola, Ariola, Ariola 87 905 XDT, 87 903 XDT, 87 904 XDT, 89 088 XCT Netherlands 1974 Sell This Version
87905 XD Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, Gat) Ariola 87905 XD Spain 1975 Sell This Version
VIP-6450 Canarios Cycles(LP, Album) Victor VIP-6450 Japan 1977 Sell This Version
GXD 1031/32 Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RE) Ariola GXD 1031/32 Japan 1980 Sell This Version
SRML 1003 Los Canarios* Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RE) Si-Wan Records SRML 1003 South Korea 1992 Sell This Version
74321 17814 2 Canarios Ciclos(CD, Album, RE) Ariola 74321 17814 2 Spain 1993 Sell This Version
SICP 2615~6 Canarios Ciclos(2xCD, Album, RE, RM) Sony Records Int'l SICP 2615~6 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
MR-SSS 09 Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat) Vinilisssimo MR-SSS 09 Spain 2010 Sell This Version
19075838931 Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RE) Ariola, Sony Music 19075838931 Spain 2018 Sell This Version
87.903 XD, 87.904-XD Canarios Ciclos(2xLP, Album, RE) Ariola, Ariola 87.903 XD, 87.904-XD Spain Unknown Sell This Version
SRMC 1003 Canarios Ciclos(CD, Album, RE) Si-Wan Records SRMC 1003 South Korea Unknown Sell This Version
74321 17814 2 Canarios Ciclos(CD, Album, RE, RP) Ariola 74321 17814 2 Spain Unknown Sell This Version

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Groovefella_

Groovefella_

April 26, 2020
referencing Ciclos, 2xLP, Album, 87905 XD, 87905-XD
Hello! Can anyone that owns this record please confirm the Runouts matrix?
Disc 1, Side 1: 87903-XC 1A△
Disc 1, Side 2: 87903-XC-B1
Disc 2, Side 1: 87904-XC A/2△
Disc 2, Side 2: 87904-XC-B2
dj_stosh

dj_stosh

June 20, 2018
referencing Ciclos, 2xLP, Album, 87905 XD, 87905-XD
I agree with the previous reviewer. There is so much going on here that it's hard to wrap your head around, but quite a bit of it is astonishing. Through headphones, it's a truly mindblowing experience. I find the Vivaldi elements to be downplayed in comparison to the inventive, full-on prog rock craziness.
izgoblin

izgoblin

January 24, 2016
referencing Ciclos, 2xLP, Album, RE, GXD 1031/32
Does this sound like a needledrop to anyone else? My copy looks mint, plays without noise, but has distortion throughout as if the stylus wasn't tracking properly. Strange, because quality of most releases in this series is stellar.
progfan97402

progfan97402

June 27, 2013
referencing Ciclos, 2xLP, Album, 87905 XD, 87905-XD
Canarios started off as your typical pop/rock band from Spain. They seemed most known in this early phase for the 1968 single "Get On Your Knees". But by 1970 the group disappeared, because Teddy Bautista apparently had to do military service. By 1974 he returned to music and Canarios returned, in a drastically different musical direction, to full-on prog rock. Serious prog rock, to say the least. It's like if Los Bravos (the only Spanish band in the 1960s I know to have a hit in the States with "Black is Black") disappeared for a few years then come back as a full-on prog band (which never happened, of course). So what they do here is take on Vivaldi's The Four Seasons in totally full-blown prog rock context you can imagine. Kinda like ELP did for Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. This group went hog wild on synths and Mellotron, with various vocals of varying quality, including an Indonesian-born soprano, while Teddy Bautista's vocals himself certainly aren't the strong points. If you're familiar with the original, you'll find many familiar themes, but doing silly things (that even most other prog groups would never think of) like going into a barbershop quartet thing and singing how it's a plastic Christmas and then going into some silly bluesy guitar playing is something totally out of the question on the original. One part had a flamenco feel reminding me a tad of Triana (although this came out before Triana released their first album). There are also more experimental passages too and so much going on that it needs several listens and full attention. This is the kind of thing that would get classical purists running for the hill, but then this was meant for prog rock fans, the type that enjoyed ELP's Pictures at an Exhibition. Really strange album from a group that started as a standard pop rock group, and this album is the big reason Canarios is even known at all in prog circles. If you fancy Vivaldi's work in a prog setting, this come recommended.