Category Archives: Rock

Perfect Days - Masami Tsuchiya - Life In Mirrors (Vinyl, Album, LP)

Posted on by

9 thoughts on “ Perfect Days - Masami Tsuchiya - Life In Mirrors (Vinyl, Album, LP)

  1. Masami Tsuchiya - Life In Mirrors - mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings Share. Buy used: $ + $ shipping but I was pleasantly surprised after a few listens. The texture of the album is very slick, there a drum machines-which i genereally don't like, but 4/5(1).
  2. Perfect Days Tracks - by/with David Sylvian, Track, 0. Track from Masami Tsuchiya’s album Life In Mirrors. Before The Bullfight Mutability. Products. Gentlemen Take Polaroids [Half Speed Mastered] [VINYL.
  3. Track from Masami Tsuchiya’s album Life In Mirrors. David is playing electric guitar and piano on the track.
  4. Masami Tsuchiya (土屋 昌巳, Tsuchiya Masami) is a Japanese singer-songwriter and musician, coming to prominence in the late s as the lead vocalist and guitarist in the group mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo subsequent output includes solo work and collaborations. Tsuchiya has worked with artists as diverse as English new wave rockers Japan and Bill Nelson, Japanese electronica composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.
  5. Dec 22,  · "Night In The Park" from Masami Tsuchiya's solo LP, "Rice Music". Masami Tsuchiya - Guitars, Vocal, Synthesizer, Electric Percussion, Bamboo .
  6. Epic-Sony lp 3H Pop rock. Often compared to YMO, but I don't know why. First album. They use synthesizers, but nowhere near the extent as YMO. Masami Tsuchiya's later solo album, Rice Music is very electronic. They are an important new wave band but I never really took to them. No CD was ever released AFAIK.
  7. Masami performed violin on Arcadia's only album So Red the Rose, released in He wrote, arranged and produced all the songs on his album Life In Mirrors, which features John Taylor performing bass. Masami joined a band called DEP in and has also acted in film and on stage. Discography Edit. Rice Music () Tokyo Ballet ().
  8. On this live album Japan were David Sylvian (vocals, keyboards), Mick Karn (bass, clarinet, alto saxophone, vocals), Steve Jansen (drums, marimba), Porcupine Tree's Richard Barbieri (keyboards) and Masami Tsuchiya (guitars). Most of the music is lifted off the Quiet life.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *