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Tide's Arising

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Download links and information about Tide's Arising by Mark De Clive - Lowe. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 43:33 minutes.

Artist: Mark De Clive - Lowe
Release date: 2005
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 43:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Masina's World 1:10
2. Slide 4:29
3. Traveling (featuring Capitol A, Bémbé Ségué / Bembe Segue) 3:16
4. State of the Mental (featuring Bémbé Ségué / Bembe Segue) 4:56
5. Quintessential (featuring Abdul Shyllon) 5:16
6. Syndrome (featuring Bémbé Ségué / Bembe Segue, Lain Gray) 2:50
7. Pino & Mashi 1:52
8. Tide's Arising (featuring Abdul Shyllon) 5:51
9. Sila's Theme 1:40
10. Traveling (Interlude) 1:02
11. Heaven (featuring Bémbé Ségué / Bembe Segue) 4:10
12. 4.Y.V. (featuring Abdul Shyllon) 4:55
13. Heaven Part II 2:06

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For his second album under his own name, New Zealand-born, London-based producer/remixer Mark de Clive-Lowe chose to go free of genre restrictions, with the result that there's not one of those catchy sub-subgenre names that the listener can use to easily categorize it. The only unifying element are the gloriously kitschy '70s-style synth interludes that fade up in between the proper songs, the best use of a vintage ARP synthesizer since Stevie Wonder's heyday. The songs themselves run from R&B slow jams like "Quintessential" (with longtime collaborator Abdul Shyllon on lead vocals) to hip-hop-influenced grooves like "Traveling," with a rap by the Roots' Capital A. Diva-girl Bembe Segue takes most of the vocals, and while she's not a particularly distinctive singer, her flirty high-register style is perfect for bubbly dance-pop beats like "Syndrome." Throughout, de Clive-Lowe's vintage synth, clavinet, and electric piano sounds provide a unifying element to the varied songs, giving Tide's Arising a musical through-line that keeps it from sounding scattershot.