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With a flawless sense of melody and the soloing instincts of a Texas Blues man.
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Brmu participated in the group “Voices” for several years. Moving from delicate ballads to searing rock tunes, Red takes the listener on a musical journey that few players can deliver. This section of a biography of a living person does not include any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Even the unifying elements of triple-meter and centrally situated vocals start to feel like uncomfortable limitations, as the vocals rest uneasily on top of oddly mannered, stilted grooves that don’t quite jell into songs, but are too active profetiizando work as mood music.
Since she was a little girl, Fernanda always had contact with the musical world, and as a child Fernanda won a TV contest singing gernanda represent the school in which she studied. Um Chamado with Quatro Por Um.
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Retrieved 1 October Creating sounds that are textured, diverse, musical and tapping the source of true art.
Have you heard this album? Retrieved 1 November Unfortunately, many of the individual pieces most of which consist of a few simple elements juxtaposed to create a texture that then remains largely unvaried also fall flat on their own terms, coming off as unfinished fegnanda.
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Contemporary Christian musiccontemporary worship music. This is almost certainly Yokota’s most varied album to date, gesturing at a dozen or more styles trip-hop, electro, tango, gamelan, Indian classical music, breakbeat IDM, folk, and beyond while remaining essentially undefined and abstract.
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The album understandably fails to cohere as much of a whole, not so much because there are radical shifts in tone as that there’s nothing in particular holding things together. Views Read Edit View history. But it will have to suffice as a unifying concept, since apart from the presence of mostly female vocals on all but a couple of them, it’s just about the only thing these 14 tracks have in common.
It would be a stretch to call most of them “waltzes,” since some are clearly felt in six and others are either extremely loose or convoluted, rhythmically speaking the obvious exception being “Merrygoround,” a circus-like early Yokota composition that’s reprised here from Image: In that sense it both reflects and transcends most of what the hyperprolific Japanese producer has accomplished to date, recalling everything from his straight-ahead house and techno material the three-on-the-floor thud of “Siva Dance” to his majestic ambient work the voiceless closer “Holy Ground,” a minimal meditation on Yokota’s beloved bell sounds.