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Dreamland Stories

by Kiwi

The music of Kiwi is quite diverse: a little pop, rock, latin, funk and a lot of good moods.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Land of Broken Dreams
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5:47 $0.99
2. 2 Cynical
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3:04 $0.99
3. Burning Bridges
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5:29 $0.99
4. Tip Toe
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3:32 $0.99
5. Cloudwalker
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2:53 $0.99
6. Mia
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5:56 $0.99
7. Won't Somebody Hit Me (Cause I feel Too Good)
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4:03 $0.99
8. Man and Wife
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4:03 $0.99
9. Love (Is All We Need)
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4:16 $0.99
10. Several Years Behind
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2:53 $0.99
11. Tip End (And the Band Played On)
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Album Notes
Swedish musician/artist Tomas "Kiwi" Reinerson has been playing on stage as well as in studio for 20+ years.
Kiwi writes music in mainly two genres pop/rock and film/symphonic. In 1984 he formed At Your Service as an outlet for his own music; the band lasted for 8 years before Kiwi went on his own as well as participating in several productions as musician, composer and producer (please visit KiwiMusic for a full discography).
In 1998 he released Dreamland Stories (pop/rock) followed by Fools Symphony (instrumental/symphonic) on, eventually he decided to take a time-out from his career and work as a programmer/developer at a presentation/multimedia company.
In 2004 after doing a few guest appearances with friends on the local scene, he decided to pick up music again and re-released the music from the two albums. Thanks to the great response, a re-mastered version of Dreamland Stories is now available, more music is also underway.


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Dale Turner

Kiwi - a master tunesmith from Sweden
Love (is all you need)
"This quirky cut from Kiwi - a master tunesmith from Sweden - features a horn section, funky electric piano riffs, grinding guitars (but not at all over the top), bitchin' bass playing, and Beatles-style hooks galore! The verses are piloted by Kiwi's speak-singing (along the lines of a mellower Steven Tyler), which dovetail nicely into Kiwi's 'Love' chorus: "t's not hard to show it, but so easy to blow it." Kind of reminds me of a Swedish version of Moby (that's a compliment!) Give Kiwi's stuff a spin - and spread the word!

Gordon Bell

Kiwi rips it up nicely with a groovey rock
Kiwi rips it up nicely with a groovey rock track about fame gone sour. Rather a mainstream vibe through this with some very robust, chunky guitar work erupting into tasty solo work. Clear vocal delivery with some real soul behind it on the rowsing chorus. Solid stuff.

Clearly a broad range of influences are in this. There's no point in listing them it'd read like a history of modern rock from the 70s right up to the present.

These damn Swedes! They seem to have a knack for producing strong radio ready intelligent rock, and long may they do so!

Ed Drury

Range is what you get
Kiwi is a unique artist in that within each track he is able to display a remarkable range of instrumental style while also turning in vocals which remind me of Al Stewart and at times Donovan. A gentle, but energetic vocal style which will keep you listening to each lyric. From flat out rock to symphonic passages, this CD has range and depth. It has originality and style. It's a real special addition to any collection.

Juri Rosenfeld ("Grand Jury")

Kiwi rules !
This guy is delivering rock-solid professional stuff on this one.I liked very much this pumping rhythmic bottom on almost every song.Mastered and structured very impressively,-not a dull moments!I loved this non-obtrusive at the same time very confident style of singing and playin'.And,mama mia, "Mia"-is the best from this selection !


Dreamland is a very well produced Rock offering with a touch of Jazz, Funk, and a perfect amount of KIWI... The set opens up with Land of Broken Dreams, a great toe tapper!! Then theres a track called Tip Toe which is truly rocking... Kiwi delivers a strong vocal performance and Christer Sosa (Drums) lays a funky beat down and the band is straight up in the pocket!! This is an excellent track and one of my favorites. Two more jammin' tracks, Man & Wife & Won't somebody Hit Me. Look, if you can't groove to these two tracks, don't bother checking for a pulse, you're already dead! Bass line in Man & Wife, Love it!! The horns in the begining of Won't Somebody Hit Me are awesome throughout the track... Smooth edgey vocal from Kiwi with a clever vocal arrangement. Reminds me of the Average White Band, some really funky Jazz licks! Then theres Mia... My favorite of the bunch... I have one word fro you on this one... Sting... Don't get me wrong, Kiwi does his own thing on the track, but it reminds me of something Sting would have done. Excellent track and overall an excellent CD. If I had to say one thing that was wrong with the CD it would be that the last track, Tip End (And the Band Played On) is simply too short!! This track is FUNKY! FUNKY! FUNKY! It revisits the aforementioned Tip Toe with more horns, more soul, more Kiwi!! What a treat!! Looking forward to hearing more from this artist in the near future. Da' Soul Recordings Reviews, 2005.