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PAMIęć

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Eclectic Prog

4.18 | 193 ratings

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jasonpw.
4 stars Here is my review of Pamiec...''In The Cradle of Your Hands(9'09)starts out mellow for the first 3'20,with keyboard,cymbal tapping,and vocal work.Then,the music comes into play,with the tempo picking up at about 5'30 into the song,and continuing on.Things really speed up between 6'58 and 8'15 into the song,and finally slow down until the song ends.Next up is ''From Whose Blood,My Blood(10'13),which sounds kind of on the ballad-like side,especially with the singing,though there are some jazz-rock moments,with great guitar work.The almost 20 minute song''Memory Grows Into Stone'',starts out with the sound of air blowing for the first minute.Then,for the next 5 minutes,you can hear keyboard,vocal,and cymbal work.The music finally kicks in at 6 minutes into the song,and moves along at a steady pace,picking up again at 8'10,slowing down at 9'20,with keyboard and haunting-like music until 10'20,with some fast keyboard playing.Things really get going into a jam between 10'35 and 18'00,with thumping bass work,guitar work,etc..The song ends in a mellow way.On the CD,there are 7 bonus tracks,which sound good.I recommend this to anyone who likes MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA/JEAN-LUC PONTY type jazz rock,with John McLaughlin-like guitar playing,but without the violins.This was,for me,money well spent!
jasonpw. | 4/5 |

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