Elephantism ~ Ryuichi Sakamoto

Elephantism ~ Ryuichi Sakamoto

"Elephantism" stands within the same ground as other Ryuichi Sakamoto from the late 1990's, melodic space, modern atmospheric soundscapes, bit's of field recordings and something very captivating to me--presence, the element which creates place and narrative within the mind of the listener.

  • "Casa" is a wonderful take on the music of Jobim. Unncumbered and colorful "Casa" is created from the talent, and musical vision of Morelenbaum (2) and Ryuichi Sakamoto. "Casa" flows into floating melodies and breezy song, I'm tak... "Casa" is a wonderful take on the music of Jobim. Unncumbered and colorful "Casa" is created from the talent, and musical vision of Morelenbaum (2) and Ryuichi Sakamoto. "Casa" flows into floating melodies and breezy song, I'm taken away into that world every time.

  • Like Eric Satie but contemporary

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  • I've enjoyed the evolution of Ryuichi Sakamoto's early 21st Century compositions, for me the sparse emotive keyboard and piano atmospheres created in "BTTB" and his film music provided the perfect pause my ears longed for. "Bricol... I've enjoyed the evolution of Ryuichi Sakamoto's early 21st Century compositions, for me the sparse emotive keyboard and piano atmospheres created in "BTTB" and his film music provided the perfect pause my ears longed for. "Bricolages" is a collection that also brings in more percussive and active personality which has been held back from some of the recordings made in the late 90's and 00's.

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  • Yes I agree "Discord" redefines Ryuichi Sakamoto, and in my own selfish way I would also say that the Ryuichi Sakamoto music from "Discord" onward is the music I've been hoping to hear. "Discord" is a touchstone for a kind of alch... Yes I agree "Discord" redefines Ryuichi Sakamoto, and in my own selfish way I would also say that the Ryuichi Sakamoto music from "Discord" onward is the music I've been hoping to hear. "Discord" is a touchstone for a kind of alchemy that only a rare talent enters into, I'd describe it as Jazz abstraction, classical minimalism, or digital acoustic theory. What ever "Discord" might be classified as I feel it should be simply classified as a breakthrough piece.