9 thoughts on “ The Day - Kazunao Nagata - The World Of Electronic Sound (CD, Album)

  1. Grigoriadis developed the concept for the CD while running her parent-child world music and movement programs in Toronto's east end. Musician brings the world to kids Young children everywhere are now dancing to a different drummer - quite literally - with the release of Sound .
  2. ZGV KAZUNAO NAGATA "The World of Electronic Sound 2" ZGV KAZUNAO NAGATA "The World of Electronic Sound 3" ZGV KAZUNAO NAGATA "The World of Electronic Sound 4" ZGV HADO-HO "Sonic Wave" ZGV TAMARU "Yume No Tochu" ZGV I.S.O. "Live" ZGV YOSHIMITSU ICHIRAKU "The Music of Surround Panner" ZGV CRYSTAL FIRST featuring.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Electronic Music Festival on Discogs/5(4).
  4. This material – culled from limited CD issues of the material on Tanaka’s Crescent label, Kazunao Nagata’s Transonic Records and self-released CDRs – presents a window into this process, illustrating how Inoue and Yamashita’s idiosyncratic musical identity gelled perfectly with all of the disparate environments of their commissions.
  5. The change in sound approach was also Nagata's suggestion. Please think of Chaos Field as "Hayashi," and Radirgy as "Nagata." Daisuke Nagata: Concerning Radirgy, I was humbly able to do as I pleased with the game in various ways from the outset of the planning stage. The appearance of the world, story, characters, stage design, even the word.
  6. * Rhea's Obsession - Re:Initiation CD [reissue of the first album with additional mixes and bonus material] (Metropolis, US) Kazunao Nagata "The World of Electronic Sound 3" Dean Roberts and the Black Moths "Play the Grand Cinema" The Slits "Cut" Howie Stelzer, Boston, MA.
  7. This album is a lengthy collection of deep inner-space electronic weavings with acoustic elements expertly spun in, including guest musicians on sax, bass, and treated guitar loops on some tracks. At times meditative, at other times dissonant and challenging [a bit like some Interstellar Cementmixers, and sometimes with the vibe of latter-day Taj Mahal Travellers getting a look into cyberspace].
  8. This is an intro for the Daisy World label. Many of the tracks are non-album. A trippy and pleasant album All 14 Zero Gravity CDs are mixed into 4 CD tracks by Kazunao Nagata. With no index marks you can't tell whats what though. Bits that struck me are Hikasu's strong vocals, Maywa Denki's electro mechanical not electronic sound.
  9. This material - culled from limited CD issues of the material on Tanaka's Crescent label, Kazunao Nagata's Transonic Records and self-released CDRs - presents a window into this process, illustrating how Inoue and Yamashita's idiosyncratic musical identity gelled perfectly with all of the disparate environments of their commissions/5(6).

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