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Audio CD, 10 Mar 2008
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'Breathtaking from note one...Purely imaginative through and through...a masterpiece in atmospheric, programmatic, and epic sound landscape.' -- CD Baby, December 2003
'Superbly Original' -- Independent Information
'exultant melodic arches and rhythmic twists that impart a compelling sense of direction to the various tracks. Mesmerising stuff. -- Classic fm Magazine, April 2004
The results are wonderful...a genuinely fresh music. Theres a consistent beauty in the pieces a truly mature new achievement. -- Venue, April 2004
moody avant-fusion. The compositions by Dave Maric are extremely sophisticated and highly effective on their own terms. -- BBC Music Magazine, April 2004
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on 3 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
Here are nine pieces made by three musicians that take you on a journey.Unspoken the first and title track is a strong gentle and gradual introduction into a landscape that the music inhabits. The second track is a percussive, disturbing race through an alien landscape. Images spring up of things bubbling up from below the surface, and lythe physical moves spiralling up and breaking to a bigger picture.The sixth track -runtime is a fierce uncompromising rant between the piano and digital electronics. I think you could call this sophisticated sound.
on 7 April 2009
Format: Audio CD
I listen to a whole lorra lorra 'serious' music as do, I'm sure, most of the people who have found their way to this page and album. Haydn through Miles to Adnan Sami etch themselves into my sound world. I have listened to this about 8 times now and it is coming to life in ways that I have never felt in music before. In the world before the entertainment industry became a pure brain science, there was 'Unspoken'.