Lullatone - Computer Recital album FLAC
Theme: Make this Sound. Album: Computer Recital.
Album · 2003 · 10 Songs. Computer Recital Lullatone.
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On Computer Recital, Lullatone has found a way to take sine waves and arrange them into soft, gentle little lullabies, and I can’t help but wonder if Shawn Seymour (Lullatone’s driving force) feels a similar sense of nostalgia. This is music that instantly seems connected to pleasant childhood memories. Lullatone gets some of his warmth from the sine waves by not being a purist. More than any single record, Computer Recital reminds me of the patient, measured melodicism of Nobukazu Takemura collaborator Aki Tsuyuko’s solo album Ongakushitsu. It definitely sounds like something that could have come out on Childisc (witness titles like Coloring and Plastic Toy Record Player ), and, deepening the connection, Lullatone’s only other release is a split-single with Takemura alias Child’s View.
BPM Profile Computer Recital. Album starts at 120BPM, ends at 107BPM (-13), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Lullatone. Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures. Songs That Spin in Circles.
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As befits Lullatone 's bedtimey moniker, and the fact that Shawn James Seymour began crafting these compositions late at night in his tiny Osaka apartment, quietly, so that his tor Yoshimi Tomida could sleep, Computer Recital is thoroughly gentle and soothing, an ideal accompaniment for nightcaps and dreamy afternoon naps.
Computer Recital (CD, Album). Computer Recital (10xFile, FLAC). Not On Label (Lullatone Self-released).
Computer Recital is a 48 minute delve into tones transforming into music box melodies, an album in which beeps bounce over bubbling pops to form a delicate rhythm, regulated by the timbre of sound almost solely sculpted of pure sine waves. The result is a completely minimal, clean sound which accentuates the playful melody of the compositions. However, bits of organic qualities (. vocals, heartbeats, breathing) whisper below the surface of the tones and form very concr ete songs. Lullatone creates naive and pure music, but also very a maturely developed sound for a 21 year old producer . Computer Recital is Lullatone ’s debut full length release, just prior to his split 7 with Japan’s foremost electronic composer, Nobukazu Takemura, under his Child’s View moniker. released January 1, 2003.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Make This Sound||6:14|
Vocals – Sookmi Park
|3||My Second Favorite Song In The World||7:06|
|6||Plastic Toy Record Player||7:22|
|7||A Slow Waltz||3:37|
|10||Bye Bye Bye||2:45|
- Artwork By [Design] – E*Rock
- Artwork By [Drawing], Photography [Inside] – Sookmi
- Mastered By – Greg Davis
- Songwriter, Photography [Sky Photos] – Shawn James Seymour
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