Year Book 1971-1979 (3CD)

坂本龍一 SKU: RZCM-86035
Year Book 1971-1979 (3CD)

Year Book 1971-1979 (3CD)

坂本龍一 SKU: RZCM-86035
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Year", a 3 CD set released in 2015 BookThis is the second volume in the "Year" series. The series once again brings together the first 10 years of Ryuichi Sakamoto's musical career. It begins with a violin sonata from his days at Tokyo University of the Arts and ends with a previously unreleased live track of YMO's "The End of Asia" in London in 1979. From the first half, which is mainly classical and contemporary music, to the middle half, which is a compilation of masterpieces from the arranger's era, and the second half, which is experimental music and techno-pop, this yearbook traces the turbulent 1970s of Ryuichi Sakamoto in sound. Many of the works are being released on CD for the first time or as commercial products, but the highlight of the collection is a recording of the entire performance of "Memories of Nazca (Music as a Non-Dream Device or Anti-Community Function)" at a solo exhibition in 1978. In addition to Ryuichi Sakamoto's commentary on the work, a booklet featuring an interview with Haruomi Hosono about Ryuichi Sakamoto during this period is also included.
Year Book 1971-1979』
In the 1970s, there was a man called Ab.
------ Ryuichi Sakamoto, before he was a "professor.

The 1970s, Sakamoto Ryuichi's period of obscurity.
A young contemporary music composer belonging to the composition department of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Underground folk performer. A standard-bearer of improvised music. An up-and-coming arranger who freely makes rock, soul, and reggae music his own. A creator of avant-garde electronic music armed with an arp odyssey. A keyboardist who supports the fusion scene. Actor and seated musician for small theaters. Occasional classical pianist.

A man called Abu, a mysterious musician who used his anonymity and anonymity as a weapon to fly freely through the Japanese music scene in the 1970s without regard to genre. This is a compilation of the adventures of the young Ryuichi Sakamoto, before he was given the nickname "professor.

Released on his birthday in 2015, the yearbook-style compilation CD "Year Book The sequel to "2005-2014" is a compilation of Ryuichi Sakamoto's activities from his amateur to professional debut in the 1970s. Book 1971-1979," a compilation of Ryuichi Sakamoto's activities in the 1970s, from his amateur to his professional debut. This 3-CD set is even larger than the previous one, and is packed with previously unreleased and unreleased songs by Ryuichi Sakamoto from the 1970s.

In addition to contemporary and classical works such as "Piano Sonata" (1971), a composition from his Geidai period, and the legendary piano piece "Dispersion, Boundary, Sand" (1976), premiered by Aki Takahashi, the album also includes his first recordings in the fields of folk, pop and rock music, his first arrangements and first overseas recordings. The album includes memorable pieces from both the Japanese pop scene and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
The album also includes a collection of works created, performed, and arranged by Sakamoto Ryuichi in an almost anonymous capacity at the time. Each of these songs, in a variety of genres from soul and reggae to avant-garde songs and fusion, caused a stir in the Japanese music scene at that time.
In addition, "Year Book 1970-1979" is the inclusion of "Memories of Nazca (Non-dream device: Music as an anti-communal function)," an epic piece of electronic music performed at a solo concert at the "Solo Exhibition," a contemporary music event, in 1978. This masterpiece of radical and radical electronic music, a major foreshadowing and prelude to his solo debut "A Thousand Knives" and participation in the Yellow Magic Orchestra that same year, is finally being released to the public after a lapse of nearly 40 years.
Containing many unreleased, unreleased, or rare sound sources, "Year" concentrates on the adventurous times of a young Ryuichi Sakamoto. Book 1971-1979" is not only a first-rate document in the history of Ryuichi Sakamoto and in the history of various genres of Japanese music in the 1970s, but also a first-rate work of entertainment, from avant-garde to ultra-pop, that will keep you listening to it.
The accompanying booklet includes a commentary by Ryuichi Sakamoto himself, detailed data, and a wealth of visual material including rare photos and documents from the period! (Art direction by Shiro Takatani)

<Disc 1>
1. Sonate pour Violon et Piano ヴァイオリン・ソナタ
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

2. Quatuor à Cordes, études I, II 弦楽四重奏曲 エチュードI, II
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

3. Quatuor à Cordes 弦楽四重奏曲
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

4. Hitori Heyani Ite ひとり部屋に居て
By Masato Tomobe 友部正人
Words, Music and Arrangement: Masato Tomobe

5. Hoshino Aru Kawa―Rikoppuomanai― 星のある川―リコップオマナイ ―
By Children's Choir Mizuumi 少年少女合唱団みずうみ
Words: Kohei Oikawa Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto
Arrangement: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Tatsuro Yamashita

6. Dispersion, Boundary, Sand 分散・境界・砂
By Aki Takahashi 高橋アキ
Words and Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

<Disc 2>
1. Parade パレード
By Niagara Triangle (Tatsuro Yamashita) ナイアガラ・トライアングル(山下達郎)
Words, Music and Arrangement: Tatsuro Yamashita

2. Kawarano Hikoojoo 川原の飛行場
By Lily りりィ
Words and Music: Lily
Arrangement: Ryuichi Sakamoto

3. Repetition and Chant 反復と旋
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

4. Nakaorebousi wo Kamutta Otousan 中折帽子をかむったお父さん
By Taeko Tomioka 富岡多恵子
Words: Taeko Tomioka
Music and Arrangement: Ryuichi Sakamoto

5. Yakusha Kagyo 役者稼業
By Piranha Gundan ピラニア軍団
Vocal: Masaru Shiga
Words and Music: Kan Mikami
Arrangement: Ryuichi Sakamoto

6. The Cosmos 宇宙
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Joe Meek

7. Tropical Love トロピカル ラブ
By Teresa Noda テレサ野田
Words: Kazumi Yasui Music: Kazuhiko Kato
Arrangement: Ryuichi Sakamoto

8. The End of Asia (Live in London 1979) ジ・エンド・オブ・エイジア(Live in London 1979)
By Yellow Magic Orchestra
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

<Disc 3>
1-13. Memories of Nazca (Anti-oneiric device or music as a function of anti-collectivism)
ナスカの記憶 (非夢の装置 或いは反共同体関数の音楽)
Music: Ryuichi Sakamoto

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