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David Hines

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3.10 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Funk Harbor (5.56)
2. Stinger (5.56)
3. Kinesis (5.56)
4. In My Dream, Again (3.54)
5. Awe (1.24)
6. Sons of Thunder (1.24)
7. Hinesite (5.10)
8. Inner Duality (6.56)
9. Floating Dinosaurs (4.47)
10. Leaf (7.54)

Total time: 53.25

Line-up / Musicians

David Hines / 5-string fretless bass, 4- and 5-string fretted basses, keyboards
Steve Hunt / piano, keyboards, Hammond organ, percussion programming
Pete McCann / electric guitar
Steve Michaud / drums

Prasanna / guitar (8)
Bill Vint / soprano sax (5)
Sebastien Baverstam / cello (4)
Olga Caceanova / violin (4)

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Spice Rack Records

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DAVID HINES Inner Duality ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(50%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (50%)
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Review by snobb
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3 stars It was a bit unusual to hear this competent, energetic vintage jazz rock fusion on the album, recorded in year 2009. But from other hand, there were some really pleasant moments in it - not too many modern bands are playing such music (at least - on good level).

Guitarist David Hines is openly influenced by Allan Holdsworth (who participated on his debut album as guest musician). So, music of this, second release, is in fact played on the same key. All musicians are professional, so the music is of good quality. Sound quality is excellent as well.

The main problem with this album for me is there are not enough new ideas or at least - own face. Good quality remake of great guitar fusion from 70-s is pleasant to listen, but easy to forget at the same moment last song was finished.

I think this album is good listening for classic guitar-based jazz-rock fusion lovers ( without expectation for even small innovation). For fusion researchers - pleasant, but secondary listening.

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