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Ryuichi Sakamoto - Music For Yohji Yamamoto Collection 1995 mp3

Ryuichi Sakamoto - Music For Yohji Yamamoto Collection 1995 mp3 Performer: Ryuichi Sakamoto
Title: Music For Yohji Yamamoto Collection 1995
Style: Modern Classical, Experimental
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 01 Jan 1996
Country: Japan
Label: Gütbounce
Catalog number: GTBC-0001
Size MP3: 2820 mb
Size FLAC: 2026 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Bridge35:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
COCD-9250Ryuichi Sakamoto Music For Yohji Yamamoto Collection 1995: The Show Vol. 7 ‎(CD, RE)Consipio RecordsCOCD-9250Japan2002

Credits

  • A&RMasakazu Hirata
  • Artwork By [Art Direction And Design] – Hideki Nakjima
  • Mastered ByBobby Hata
  • Other [Creative Direction] – Norika Sky Sora
  • Other [Label Director] – Toshio Sasaya
  • Other [Label Pr Staff] – Nobuko Saito, Tatsuro Yagawa, Yoshifumi Watanabe, Yukitaka Sakamoto
  • Other [Label Producer] – Yoshikazu Ozawa
  • Other [Label Sp Staff] – Rieko Asano, Ryuichi Tamura
  • Other [Styling] – Natsuko Kawabe
  • Photography [Photographs] – Kazuhiro Kobayashi
  • Producer, PerformerRyuichi Sakamoto
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByFernando Aponte

Notes

℗ 1996 Güt
© 1996 Güt

Distributed by Tower Records
Made in Japan

Recorded and Mixed by Fernando Aponte at Right Track Studio N.Y.
Mastered by Bobby Hata at On Air Azabu Studio, Tokyo

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4 997184 400015
  • Matrix / Runout: GTBC-0001 TE71188

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Güt
  • Copyright (c) – Güt
  • Distributed By – Tower Records
  • Recorded At – Right Track Recording
  • Mixed At – Right Track Recording

Video

User reviews
Whitebeard
Bridge is a modern classical work for solo piano lasting over 35 minutes. It weaves itself through subtle variations of a central theme. The work begins with the mysterious and ambient soundscapes of prepared piano. It also features the soft hum of vibrations of open piano strings akin to Cowell's experimental work, The Banshee. As the mysterious air clears 5 minutes later, the first cluster of ordinary piano notes are sounded. The theme is pensive and melancholic. It builds itself into cascading notes in the upper registers of the piano, like glistening waters passing beneath a stoic bridge. The shimmering notes crescendo into a fine choral passage. It is that special moment that the beautiful heart of Bridge is revealed.

But slowly, the piece descends into quiet desolation (a chilling prelude to the rarely heard Bachata from BTTB) by marrying subtle variations of the theme with ambient vibrations of piano strings. The piece then cycles itself through the earlier themes with greater force - almost violent now - and collect at the basin of the earlier choral passage, loud, crying with emotionality. The work finally closes with the quiet air of desolation, like the inevitability of water evaporating into thin air.

All good things must come to an end after all, and Bridge is no exception.