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While contemporaries like Doug Cameron and Charlie Bisharat spice up their surroundings with fellow musicians, Kindler is often stranded by his self-created spacey atmospheres. Kindler's attractive timbre and classical training are evident in several glowing passages, but he too often forgets about melodic considerations, meandering through uninvolving, drawn-out sessions that will cure even the worst insomnia. Its a shame too...the few times Kindler considers using backbeat and global panache (such as the flamenco tinged "Hymn for Bosnia" and the inspiring "The Elephant Child") he connects quite seductively and energetically. New age is a much maligned genre, saved mostly by artists who have a handle on irresistible tunes and cool rhythmic patterns. Unfortunately, despite some flashy technique, Kindler seems only in tune with the musical alpha waves in his own mind and unfortunately disregards the listener's desire for something memorable to latch onto.


Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Like his brother Bob, violinist Steve Kindler played in The Honolulu Symphony, but he cut his jazz chops as a member of John McLaughlin's fusion band, Mahavishnu Orchestra. Kindler has also toured and recorded with Jan Hammer, Jeff Beck, and Kitaro. Kindler's smooth yet impassioned violin improvisations are the perfect vehicle for his own highly melodic compositions, combining classical,...
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Paradise Lost, Steve Kindler
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: 01 January 1993

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