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2.43 | 9 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Clouds (13:58)
2. Circus (Or Kissing Through The Gasmasks) (5:29)
3. Raindrop (3:13)
4. Going Anywhere (3:25)
5. Światłocienie / Chiaroscuro (3:47)
6. The Little Ones (Come And See) (15:00)

Total Time 44:52

Line-up / Musicians

- Michał Cywiński / grand piano, Fender Piano, Moog, Hohner String Melody, guitars, drums (1-4, 6)
- Milena Szymańska / voices
- Konrad Daszczyński / guitars (5)
- Mateusz "Tymon" Walerski / drums (6)

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CD Lynx Music LM85 (2013)

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SEA VINE Sea Vine ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(11%)
Good, but non-essential (67%)
Collectors/fans only (11%)
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Review by kev rowland
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2 stars Although this is being portrayed as a band album, for the most part this is the work of keyboard player Michal Cywinski, who also provides drums (ok, programming) on five of the six songs. With a guest guitarist on 1, a drummer on another, and a singer only on a few, one wonders why he hasn't put this out as a straight solo project and why did he get the others involved at all? Michal has a wonderful touch on piano, and the production is quite superb so that one has a great presence of being with him in the room. But, what I do find strange is that on the solo piano piece, "Going Anywhere", there are a few wrong notes so I wonder why that has been kept in?

It appears that he is more at home with piano than electronic keyboards, as the sounds being deployed are often very dated, and without the passion and emotion that comes through when he is playing more naturally. There are times when this album does cross into the more Tangerine Dream electronic style, and not always in the best way possible. But, the major issue I have with this album is with singer Milena Szymanska who for the most part does a fine job with her clear vocals, but there are passages where she is obviously struggling. I could understand that appearing in the final product if this was a live album (with no re-recording, not that anyone ever does that..) but there is no excuse with a studio effort. So although there were parts of the album that were really quite pleasant, it was rarely more than that and at times it was worse, so this isn't something to which I will often be returning.

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3 stars I'm glad to be the first one to write the review of this album. The band should have someone at their side although I'll try to be as much critical as possible. I'm on their side and wishing them all the best for one simple reason - I live quite nearby, in Rumia and they're from Gdansk (which is ... (read more)

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