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Tracklist

Masina's World1:08
Slide4:27
Traveling3:14
State Of The Mental4:54
Quintessential5:14
Syndrome2:48
Pino + Mashi1:49
Tide's Arising5:49
Sila's Theme1:38
Traveling (Interlude)1:00
Heaven4:08
4.Y.V.4:53
Heaven Part II2:04
Sanctuary6:29
Syndrome (Reprise)

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    Cover of Tide's Arising, 2004-09-29, CDTide's Arising
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    Columbia Music Entertainment – COCB-53225Japan2004Japan2004
    Cover of Tide's Arising, 2005-03-22, CDTide's Arising
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    ABB Soul – ABBS8009-2, Antipodean Records – ABBS8009-2, ABB Records – ABBS8009-2US2005US2005
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    Cover of Tide's Arising, 2005, VinylTide's Arising
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    ABB Soul – ABBS8009-1US2005US2005
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    Cover of Tide's Arising, 2005, CDrTide's Arising
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    ABB Soul – none, Antipodean Records – none, ABB Records – noneUS2005US2005
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    • Risingson's avatar
      Risingson
      Frustrating album because when it works it flows so well and sounds so well, like the keyboards in "travelling", the dance around the fire in "state of the mental", the title track which I consider one of those perfect MdCL tunes (blend of 80s new wave voice/lyrics and the broken beat wobbles and change of keys which creates a lot of tension) and the great ballad "Heaven", most of those tracks raised even higher by Bembe Segue. The rest are too many interludes, not too well fit together and a sudden end of an album that maybe should have been an EP.
      • scoundrel's avatar
        scoundrel
        I was introduced to Mark De Clive-Lowe through his Shirley Horne remix on the first _Verve Remixed_ album, and I was eager to hear his own work. And while _Tide's Arising_ has a polished sheen to it, I was slightly disappointed. Certainly, the broken beats on the album are crisp and quick and the production quality is strong, but I don't feel he's breaking much new ground here. The rapid fire vocals on "Traveling" and "State of the Mental" sound too similar; the grindy R&B on "Quintessential" and "Heaven" pleasantly fall by the wayside. As well, some of the shorter instrumentals sound too contemporary adult ("Pino + Mashi," "Masina's World"). The staccato flavors of "Syndrome," however, do help set that track apart, but I'm afraid the listener's interest is too apt to come and go like the tide.

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