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Genres: New Age, Pop, Rock
An historic footprint in the evolution of electronic music, unique to its time, yet still valid today, Seven Waves is Ciani's first album and established her romantic, melodic, classically-inspired, and sensual identity... more »
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An historic footprint in the evolution of electronic music, unique to its time, yet still valid today, Seven Waves is Ciani's first album and established her romantic, melodic, classically-inspired, and sensual identity as a composer. Over 100,000 sold worldwide.
Still listening after all these years
John Scott | San Diego, CA United States | 06/17/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first bought Seven Waves on vinyl in 1984; replaced it in 1986; and later got the CD. With synthesized surf crashing woven into to water-themed melodies, it instantly became my wife's and mine favorite "bed-time" music. We still love it
after all these years, making it onto my top 5 of all time list!"
hardCore | detroit, usa | 02/19/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Fans of new age music tend to fall into two camps. You have the elevator music nerds, and the ambient heads. Well Suzzane Cianni captures the ears of both listeners with this unassuming early 80's release. "Seven Waves" combines the consistent theme of the sound of ocean waves mysteriously crashing against the shore, with hypnotic synth compositions. I love this album. Something about it craves to be played, only at night. It stimulates deep thought, slow sex, and eventually, the most peaceful sleep you've ever had. Don't be surprised if after listening to the first track, you find yourself sitting in the dark with your eyes closed, slowly drifting away to the scent of Nag Champa smoke."
Robert Serocki | Solana Beach, CA United States | 08/11/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I think the only thing I wish was that the album was longer. This is peaceful and electronic. I would recommend this to people who enjoy Wendy Carlos's soundtrack to TRON, and those who enjoy the soothing pieces of some Kraftwerk melodies, and Synergy. Suzanne Ciani is the person behind the "Welcome to Xenon" voice as well as, I gather, the various musical effects in the pinball game, which gives yet another reason to buy this album if you remember enjoying the Xenon pinball machine from the '80s."