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4.06 | 229 ratings

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5 stars STOP!!! Whatever you are doing and check out the mp3s tasters available at for the MAGNIFICENT SUNCHILD -"As Far As the Eye Can See" Kalugin with this latest AKP release has reached out musically beyond the normal parameters that others are capable of and delivered a Spine Tingling Masterpiece. Kalugin production talents are well heralded within the industry and as one has come to expect the mix and mastering here are truly cutting edge. Demanding you return to the CD time after time to unravel the powerful array of musicianship and vocal talents so beautiful painted by Kalugin. As ever SUNCHILD legendry tight rhythm unit of Oleg and Vanyas glue together an album that is littered with breathtaking sax, flute, cello, violin and other brass and wind instrumentation. The title track and the 15 minute Stars of Cardiff Bay alone are at least the equal to anything else musically in 2011. The Eye also heralds what only can be described as the new Kate Bush, yes and Olga Chernova is just as beautiful! She joins Regulars Victoria Osmacho, Sergey Kovalev and Kalugin himself to complete a human orchestra of sound with rich compelling and original vocal lines. Guitarist Andrey Kobylyanskiy playing shines beyond the darkest horizon complimented by guesting ANIMA MUNDIS Roberto Diaz axing his way dynamically thru the title track. YOUR SUPPORT IS DEMANDED AND WILL BE DULY REWARDED ENJOY FOLKS Concertgoers in the UK will get the first glimpse of the new line at this years Summers End Festival YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Will CaerllysiMusic


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