Trovati 2783 documenti.
Trovati 2783 documenti.
[S.l.] : Epic, [199?]
Abstract: The first studio album by George Michael, released on October 30, 1987 via Columbia Records/Epic Records. Using the then-revolutionary Synclavier 9600 Tapeless Studio, Faith was Michael's first digital recording. A remastered edition of Faith was released on 31 January 2011 in UK and on 1 February 2011 in the US.
[S.l.] : Philips, [199?]
Abstract: Unica, uscito il 29 novembre 2011, è il venticinquesimo album di Antonello Venditti, diciannovesimo in studio. E' stato pubblicato dopo 4 anni dall'ultimo album in studio del 2007, Dalla pelle al cuore.
[S.l.] : Mo Wax, [200?]
Abstract: The title for the original release is "Endtroducing.....", with five periods. The Deluxe Edition releases have the title as "Endtroducing..." with three periods and including the subtitle "Deluxe Edition". The promotional releases can be found to have both versions of the title, that is with three and five periods.
Santa Barbara : Sheffield Lab, 1981
München : ECM, [200?]
Munchen : ECM, p1984
ECM new series
Abstract: Tabula Rasa is a piece of music composed by Estonian composer Arvo Pärt in 1977, scored for two violins, string orchestra, and prepared piano. Tabula Rasa, a philosophical concept, is Latin, roughly translating to “clean slate”. The first movement, called “Ludus”, revolves around a theme that is repeated throughout the movement, each time longer and more elaborated, building up to a climax at the end. The second movement, called “Silentium”, consists of a somber and ethereal part played on the violins, interspersed with haunting chords on the prepared piano, gradually thinning out and fading eventually into silence. The entire piece is approximately twenty-six minutes in length. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Denon, 1984
Abstract: Personnel includes: Ryuichi Sakamoto (synthesizer); Kazumi Watanabe (electric guitar); Yuji Takahashi (piano); Haruomi Hosono (finger bell).Recorded at Columbia Studio, Tokyo, Japan, between April & July 1978.Personnel: Ryuichi Sakamoto (vocals, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, mini-Moog synthesizer, Moog synthesizer, Oberheim synthesizer, vocoder, marimba, drums); Kazumi Watanabe (guitar); Yuji Takahashi (piano); Hideki Matsutake (synthesizer, programming, computer); Motoya Hamaguchi, Pecker (drums); Tatsuro Yamashita (castanets); Harry "Haruomi" Hosono (cymbals, finger cymbals).Liner Note Authors: Hikaru Hayashi; Kikaru Hayashi; Harry "Haruomi" Hosono; Ryuichi Sakamoto.Recording information: Columbia Recording Studio No. 1, 2, & 4, Tokyo, Japan (04/10/1978-07/27/1978); Columbia Studio No.1, 2, 4, Tokyo, Japan (04/10/1978-07/27/1978).Photographers: Makoto Ida; Makota Ilda.Ryuichi Sakamoto's first solo album appeared before he formed Yellow Magic Orchestra in late 1978, after the young keyboardist had earned his M.A. in music from Tokyo University. Six long instrumentals make up this CD, but apart from a taste for Asian-sounding synth lines, they hint at very little of what was to come in YMO. "Thousand Knives" is a long disco-lite jazzy workout with a very un-synthesized guitar solo by Kazumi Watanabe (who would later join YMO on tour and have his solo album produced by Sakamoto). Side two's "Da Neue Japanische Electronische Volkslied" and "The End of Asia" (later revamped in YMO) are closest to the new wave of Japanese electronic music that he would spawn. "Island of Woods" and "Grasshoppers" trade in rhythm for sound landscapes, and the sort of cheeriness that would pop up later in Sakamoto's childrens movie scores. Harry Hosono turns up on one track, and generally the album is a pleasant, if unadventurous, listen. ~ Ted Mills
[New York] : Columbia, 1985
Abstract: Black Codes (From the Underground) is a 1985 post-bop jazz album by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Originally released on record, it was reissued on CD in 1990. It is widely considered to be one of Marsalis' best albums. (Wikipedia)