|2||View From My Window||6:10|
|8||Soto Wa Ame||4:30|
- Composed By [All compositions by], Strings, Vocoder, Recorded By [Multi-Recording], Design, Electric Piano, Electric Organ – Hiroshi Yoshimura
- Engineer, Mastered By – Michinori Yamazaki
- Producer [Produced by] – Satoshi Ashikawa
First release in the Wave Notation series. Release subtitled "Wave Notation 1".
Comes with obi strip and two inserts.
- Manufactured By – Kojima Recordings, Inc. – LM-1302
- Mastered At – Ashikawa Studio
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sound Process
- Copyright (c) – Sound Process
Hiroshi Yoshimura. Music for Nine Post Cards. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Soundscape 1: Surround for Nine Post Cards - Hiroshi Yoshimura. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. supported by 122 fans who also own Music for Nine Post Cards. This release coincided with my reading of 1Q84 and effortlessly soundtracked the dreamlike urban ambience of Murakamis universe. Like someone gently rubbing an arnica balm into tight muscles. Music for Nine Postcards. Empire of Signs. Sometime in the middle of composing the songs that would become 1982s Music for Nine Postcards, the late Japanese ambient pioneer Hiroshi Yoshimura visited the then-new Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in the Shinagawa ward of Tokyo. He was taken with its pristine architecture, with its view of the trees in its courtyard from the interior. Songs in album Hiroshi Yoshimura - Music For Nine Post Cards 1982. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Water Copy. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Clouds. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Blink. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Dance PM. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Ice Copy. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Soto Wa Ame - Rain Out Of Window. Hiroshi Yoshimura - View From My Window. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Urban Snow. Hiroshi Yoshimura - Dream. Total votes: 3. Other albums by Hiroshi Y. Music For Nine Post Cards is the debut studio album by Hiroshi Yoshimura, released by Sound Process in 1982 and rereleased by Empire of Signs in 2017. The album was home-recorded with a keyboard and Fender Rhodes. in the liner notes Yoshimura stated that he was inspired by the movements of clouds, the shade of a tree in summertime, the sound of rain, the snow in a town. Listen free to Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards Water Copy Water Copy, Clouds and more. 9 tracks 46:41. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Album 1982 9 Songs. Just received my preorder in the mail and, at least for me, Empire really rectified their past pressing mistakes on this. No real complaints on this pressing so far Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful