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Red Guitar - David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (Cassette, Album)

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  1. "Brilliant Trees" is where Sylvian began his journey. Here is a record which is steeped in French literature and art from the Paris of the inter-war years of Satre and musical cues coming from jazzy time signtures of ECM, the forth world ambience of Brian Eno, and echoes of a band who coloured a great deal of his music took cues from throughout /5().
  2. Aug 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - David Sylvian - Red Guitar YouTube David Sylvian / Promise (the rarities) (Full Album) - Duration: David Sylvian Music 73, views.
  3. Produced by Sylvian with Steve Nye, it was his first full-length release after the break-up of his band Japan in December (though former Japan members Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri both appear on the album). AllMusic called the album "an eclectic affair fusing funk, jazz, and ambient.".
  4. Jun 01,  · Song Red Guitar (Remastered ) Artist David Sylvian; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of EMI); Wise Music Group, ASCAP, LatinAutor, CMRRA, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, UMPI, and 3 Music Rights.
  5. Jul 07,  · When David Sylvian set about making his first solo album, ’s Brilliant Trees, he enlisted a handful of former collaborators, including Yellow Magic Orchestra co-founder Ryuichi Sakamoto as.
  6. Produced by David Sylvian, Steve Nye for Klangfarben Productions Published by Opium (Arts) Ltd. / Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd. except B1 & B3 Published by Opium (Arts) Ltd. / Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd. Opal Music Special Thanks to Yuka Fujii and Peter Barakan for their assistance. This is a grey/white colour cassette with red writing.5/5(4).
  7. By the time Sylvian released his solo debut Brilliant Trees in , his group of musicians included Sakamoto, members of Can and Pentangle, and atmospheric trumpeters Jon Hassell and Mark Isham.
  8. Sylvian returned to his piano and guitar, “just inventing chords, writing the way I used to as a kid.” Those homemade chords begat songs like ‘The Ink in the Well’ and ‘Red Guitar’, and were the roots of Brilliant Trees, his first solo album, in

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