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Borderless Sky Vol. 2 - Yasuaki Shimizu - Berlin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Melkree
    says:
    Recorded in Melbourne and Berlin between –17, the album is the follow-up to the trio’s debut album “Hide Before Dinner Yasuaki Shimizu – “Seiko 1 Museum Of Disappearing Buildings is his second solo album and first release to appear on vinyl. It is an album of ambient guitar drones and grainy electronics that reflects.
  • Juk
    says:
    1. Yasuaki Shimizu - Suiren 2. Mort Garson - Swingin’ Spathiphyllums 3. Astrud Gilberto - Lugar Bonita 4. Roedelius - Sonntags 5. Metro - Criminal World 6. Thomas Dinger - Für Dich 7. Cowboys International® - M(emorie)62 8. Art Museums - Other Times 9. Bill Page - It’s Time For Love The Egyptian Lover - I Cry (Night After Night).
  • Datilar
    says:
    This is an album full of surprises by one of my all-time favorites. Anyone who isn’t down to get cheesy might want to skip, but fair warning – you’ll fall head-over-heels for this album if you let yourself. Easily up there with Clube da Esquina or Selected Ambient Works Vol. 1 as one of the most rewarding deep listens over an hour long.
  • Samukora
    says:
    The self-titled LP lands as a five-disc vinyl package in September. Yasuaki Shimizu's Kakashi album reissued on vinyl. Nippon Columbia will re-release the LP from the Japanese artist, who was also a member of Mariah. 2 The Sky is available on the label's site now.
  • Zolokree
    says:
    Thank you thank you thank you! Another amazing Gramavision release. I don't know which one is more significant in the jazz of the eighties: the number of classics in the eighties jazz, or the awfulness when Gramavision fell down on its job for keeping it in print, and then just sat on it.
  • Nirg
    says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Berlin on Discogs. Label: Electric Bird - K28P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Ambient, Experimental, Fusion, Modern Classical/5(4).
  • Kazijora
    says:
    Dal Forno is also a member of the trio F ingers (alongside Samuel Karmel and Tarquin Manek) who release their second LP, “Awkwardly Blissing Out”, this month. Recorded in Melbourne and Berlin between –17, the album is the follow-up to the trio’s debut album “Hide Before Dinner”.
  • Dougis
    says:
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US - Released: Vol and Vol Style: Free Jazz Recorded at Polydor Studios, London on July 9, New Cover Design by ART&JAZZ Studio, by VITKO Engineer – Carlos Olms Photography By – David Redfern Producer [Recording] – Alan Bates Producer [Release] – Chuck Nessa Note.
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