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4.22 | 271 ratings

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4 stars Pamięć by SBB is an album that truly puts me at a loss of words.

"W kołysce dłoni twych" starts very slow, building up a spacey atmosphere that grows gradually until very sweet and passionate vocals enter the soundscape. The 2nd half of this track is mostly energetic jazz influenced progressive rock, but manages to stay beautiful throughout. Extremely beautiful.

"Z których krwi krew moja" starts out building atmosphere not unlike the first track, but after a passage of passionate vocals and serenely symphonic touches, the song picks up the pace with a heavy jazz passage that gives the track a gloomy outlook that eventually turns into a dark Red-era King Crimson sounding riff. The flow from passage to passage is flawless.

The first half of "Pamięć w kamień wrasta" is basically gradually building psychedelic atmosphere that manages to be very beautiful and not boring at all, but eventually gives way to another Red-era King Crimson styled riff. This track sounds much darker than the previous two, but is still beautiful - only in a different way. The second half of the track features a well done jazz-fusion type of passage that took me by surprise on first listen, but it works very nicely.

I'm captivated by this album and I find it to be very beautiful. Highly recommended atmospheric prog.

colorofmoney91 | 4/5 |


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