In '78 verschijnt het eerste solo- album van Sakamoto, Thousand Knives. Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia is een luchtig boekwerk met een overvloed aan kermisachtige orkestraties en bevat bijdragen van Laurie Anderson-percussionist David Van Tieghem. Op de van het nogal onevenwichtige Neo Geo getrokken single Risky is Iggy Pop als zanger te beluisteren.
Beauty bevat bijdragen van o. Met deels dezelfde muzikanten, aangevuld door onder anderen David Sylvian en John Lurie, wordt deze muzikale lijn op Heart Beat voortgezet. Naast traditionele Afrikaanse en Braziliaanse klanken zijn de twee Deee-Lite DJ's, Dmitry en de uit Tokio afkomstige Towa Towa, verantwoordelijk voor de duidelijk aanwezige 'dance'-invloeden.
The Zombies en Frankie Valli te horen. Voorts verschijnt er begin jaren negentig een groot aantal compilatie-albums met originele versies en remixes van eerder uitgebracht materiaal. In juni '93 geeft het trio twee uitverkochte concerten in de Tokio Dome voor een nieuwe generatie fans.
Deze optredens, die op Live At The Tokyo Dome zijn vastgelegd, maken overigens vooral veel indruk vanwege de fantastische computeranimaties en videobeelden.
Tegelijkertijd verschijnt ook Technodon, een album met geheel nieuw materiaal waarmee de groep echter het niveau van een decennium eerder niet weet te evenaren. Technodon Remixes Vol. Sakamoto's matige zang, gesteund op teksten van Vivian Goldman, en een al te grote diversiteit aan verschillende invloeden maken van Sweet Revenge een zwak album zonder enige identiteit.
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Ha continuato a studiare musica elettronica presso la Tokyo's University of Art, e dopo la laurea ha costituito la techno-pop trio dei Yellow Magic Orchestra. Lawrence in cui ha anche recitato. Le sue collaborazioni hanno continuato successivamente con il musicista elettronico Alva Noto in Vrioon , uscito nel e Insen , nel Passa al contenuto principale. Chi ha visto questo oggetto ha visto anche. Ryuichi Sakamoto - The Arrangement Vinyl 2. Info sulla foto.
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Aggiungi agli oggetti che osservi. Garanzia cliente eBay. Servizio clienti tramite telefono, chat o email. Rimborso se non ricevi quello che hai ordinato e hai pagato con PayPal o una carta di credito elaborata da PayPal. More interesting than Sweet Revenge. A variety of styles. Even cheesy retro sounds. Not a favorite, but an okay listen. Again all the lyrics are omitted let alone the translations of them! Strangely there was more than enough space in the booklet to print them but instead we get his art director's sort of varriation on Neville Brody graphic design filling the entire foldout.
I find this really annoying since its the biggest foldout as compared to bound CD booklet I've seen and its only the basic credits and not even innovative typography. This is, so far, Sakamoto's last solo pop album. Contains 6 mixes of 2 tracks. I've listened to it. Nothing out of the ordinary.
Sounds improvised but makes for a good listen if you like solo piano. He put out several less commercial projects on it, but now has left. Out of print. Ivar de Vries writes: This short disc contains music for a show by fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto and is the first indication of the basic, classically-inspired style adopted by Ryuichi Sakamoto over the next few years as shown on later releases such as and BTTB.
Fellow former YMO member Yukihiro Takahashi also did the music for two Yamamoto shows around this time and Ryuichi Sakamoto on this album follows suit with a beautiful and tranquil piano piece, totally unlike the music usually heard at fashion show events. After a short six-minute intro where the piano-sounds are electronically modified to probably set up what must be the show's eerie atmosphere the main thirty-minute piece begins.
In it one can recognise the A-B-A sonata form known from classical music - this could be accidental although it should certainly be known to Sakamoto who actually got a degree in music from a Tokyo university in the seventies after which he acquired the nickname "Professor" from his pop-music friends. As a consequence the piece divides into three sections each totalling some ten minutes where the first section consists of a dialogue between two themes one fast, the other slow which both return in somewhat stormier fashion in the third section.
Inbetween stands a thoughtful slow section, which has a rather grave theme - it hints at a crisis to which the third section then brings resolution through its succession of noble chords. In keeping with the sonata form, the slow themes from all sections return towards the end in a final coda.
All this becomes apparent only after repeated listening but does help to understand the piece, which could otherwise sound unstructured. People who like straight piano-music will in all likelihood appreciate this album, which makes for a nice listen. The European edition also lacks a Japanese track, though has more than the U.
These are new arrangements for a piano, violin and cello trio. RS plays piano. Quite interesting and neo-classical. Very well recorded. Lots of energy on the more dynamic pieces. Be warned-- this is about as far from a synth-pop album as you can get. All pieces are performed by a trio naturally featuring Ryuichi Sakamoto on piano, Jacques Morelenbaum on cello and either Everton Nelson or David Nadien on two tracks only on violin. They would also take the album out on a world-tour during A few years later the concept of this album would be expanded to orchestra on the 'Cinemage' tour plus album.
In the classical music world this chamber-music combination of instruments is known as notoriously risky - there's nowhere for the musicians to hide so they have to be spot on and really listen to each other, the instruments have to be well-tuned not just individually but in company and the arrangements have to be excellent in order for the music to "work". Well, Ryuichi Sakamoto is no stranger to good arrangements and, apart from some hairy moments like in 'Bibo No Aozora' he again proves himself here and must be complimented on taking this risk at all.
Nelson and especially Morelenbaum already worked on the earlier, more pop-oriented album ' Smoochy' - in fact, two pieces 'Bibo No Aozora' and 'Aoneko No Torso' are arrangements from tracks on that album.
Two other pieces are new: the short opening track and the harsh but interesting '' which was also released on CD-single. The tracks 'M. Sakamoto is known to like the music of French composers like Claude Debussy , a fact which manifests itself more clearly here than on any other of his albums. The music has the same sparse but poetic quality to it - it's got nothing whatsoever to do with the electronic music he was renowned for before but if you like something else for a change or perhaps this particular combination of instruments, you could do worse than trying out ''.
Sakamoto's Barcelona Olympics music from EP length, approx. This is solid music in a big bold orchestral style. Because of the date, this is Sakamoto music I find more interesting than his latest work. A new different recording is contained on Cinemage. A TV drama series. A blend of workstation ROM-plers with some acoustic instruments. The theme appears in many varriations.
The music moves from light pop to jazz with some characteristic RS string work. Yoshiuki Sahashi plays guitars through out. He did not write the theme, but co-writes the rest with Sakamoto. Some cool moments, pleasant except for a frightening bit or two. Probably out of print. It made top 10 on the Japanese singles charts. A light pleasant J-Pop melody sung in English. Sister M is actually RS's teenage daughter Miu who sings here in english.
Miki Nakatani has done a version of this tune with Japanese lyrics that I don't think have any connection with the series, its on her album Cure. The bonus disc does not contain her and is billed as a work by RS. On it are 2 mixes. The first has a languid piano performance on top of synthetic ambient electronics.
The second mix has no piano, just the ambient abstract electronics. An interesting piece somewhat reminicent to Vangelis' Memories of Green , though much longer and less song-like, more improvised. Each mix is slightly over 30 minutes long. Huge detailed glitering mostly orchestral soundtrack. Igor Stravinsky too. Not that it isn't quite identifiable as a Sakamoto composition throughout.
Ivar de Vries writes: Snake Eyes is the soundtrack to a run-of-the-mill Hollywood thriller by Brian de Palma which concerns unraveling the mystery surrounding an assassination. Ryuichi Sakamoto provides a conventional orchestral soundtrack to which the nowadays obligatory pop-songs are added, one by rockstar Meredith Brooks and one by soulstar LaKiesha Berri.
Sakamoto's music for this project is rather run-of-the-mill as well, most of it being standard Bernard Herrmann Hitchcock-movie-type stuff. Tracks like Tyler and Serena and The Storm are actually rather enjoyable examples of this genre, whilst the title-track more or less stands up there with the likes of the Sheltering Sky and Last Emperor main themes, providing some emotional depth.Jul 05, · Check out Derrida by Ryuichi Sakamoto on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo5/5(1).