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07/11/2014 The Last Internationale: Alive 1968 



The Alive Festival, born in 2007, came down just in time to 1968, thanks to the explosive The Last Internationale , which militate the Portuguese bassist Edgey Pires and drummer Brad Wilk (who excelled in Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave), which just played on the main stage (Stage In). 

Air freak MC5 and sometimes the sound of the proto-punk MC5, staged an explosive action, much thanks to the beautiful singer Delila Paz, with a vocal potential to summon memories of Janis Joplin and occupy well the stage of end to end 

With a rock grab that winks sometimes the blues, now the country, played a version of Buffy Sainte-Marie 'about drug addiction', 'Cod' Ine ', and risked, with introduction in Portuguese Edgey Pires, one Outline 'Grndola Vila Morena'. Despite the deliberate revival, were a pleasant surprise.

A few hundred meters in Clubbing Stage, the D'Alva , to which the band became the persona Alex D'Alva Teixeira presented their rock diluted in other ways - soul, funk and rap - with the addition of voice deceteto Gospel Collective (all robed) to emphasize the joy of that action. Even with phrases of encouragement hits as 'make noise' and 'hands in the air', the very talkative Alex D'Alva Teixeira makes a big shot with mexidelas rump and tail that are tangent to kuduro and outstanding at ease.

In another stage, the hangar Heineken, many people, not so much to see tugas For Pete Sake , but to sit in the shade. The Lisbon sextet, where stood the bouncy singer Concha Sacchetti, who filed suit to counteract the provision of malta.

Like yesterday, temperatures are quite high. It is expected a warm night.

Gonzalo Palma 
Photos: Vanessa Krithinas