Hiroshi Yoshimura ‎– Music For Nine Post Cards

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Sound Process ‎– WN 001
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Tracklist

A1 Water Copy 6:02
A2 Clouds 5:50
A3 Blink 4:39
A4 Dance PM 6:28
B1 Ice Copy 2:52
B2 Soto Wa Ame 4:30
B3 View From My Window 6:10
B4 Urban Snow 4:41
B5 Dream 5:20

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First release in the Wave Notation series. Release subtitled "Wave Notation 1".
Comes with obi strip and two inserts.
¥2,800

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CD-3 Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards(CD, Album, RP) Nuvola CD-3 Japan 2016 Sell This Version
CD-3 Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards(CD, Album) Nuvola CD-3 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
EOS01LP Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards(9xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Empire of Signs EOS01LP US 2017
EOS01LP Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards(LP, Album, RE, RM, RP) Empire of Signs EOS01LP USA & Europe 2017 Sell This Version
EOS01 Hiroshi Yoshimura Music For Nine Post Cards(LP, Album, RE, RM, RP, Cle) Empire of Signs EOS01 USA & Europe 2017 Sell This Version

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distances

distances

September 23, 2018
I received my replacement yesterday and there is still some surface noise, albeit less surface noise. I do appreciate EOS making the effort though.
Expansive09

Expansive09

August 2, 2018
edited 2 months ago
Just got my hands on a fresh new copy of MFNPC on cd from Japan and its a really beautiful release. Some may at first listen think this Japanese musicians freshman's debut is simplistic, naive and or boring. I contest to all that!
What you do get is a very personable warm and tender recording of bare essential almost zen like instrumental music performed on what I surmise is a Fender Rhodes and perhaps a very minimally used primitive synthesizer as a background accompaniment. Notes are chosen conservatively here and utilized to make simple compositional statements.
The music hearkens Eno's stripped down ambient music with a focus on neutrality and non-invasive melodic content drawing the audience into very quiet spaces where silence is music and music submits to silent gesture.
The music is all from 1981-82 so its very early in Yoshimuras output and nothing like the minimalistic tour de force of say Green. The remastering is done with panache and no additional coloring is added. Unlike alot of ambient music you've heard marinated in studio reverb this recording has next to nil. Please Empire of Signs more Hiroshi Yoshimura re-releases on cd there is a buying audience ready to fork over the $$.
Bitsteam

Bitsteam

August 16, 2017
My copy came with a 3rd inlay, I've added a photo