Juta Takahashi ‎– Silence

Lunisolar Records ‎– LR008
CD, Album


1 Ararat 13:23
2 Wet Dream 14:33
3 Continua Shift 14:45
4 Silence 15:27

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Recorded and mastered at Lunisolar Studio, Sendai, Japan, 2010.
The cover photo, "Midnight in a perfect world", is used by kind permission of anjart.

Packaging: Standard jewel case with transparent tray with 4-panel front insert
Total Time: 58:18
© & ℗ 2010, Lunisolar Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 84502 87201 9
  • Matrix / Runout: LR08 MT Y91
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L465
  • Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI 783E

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LR008 Juta Takahashi Silence(4xFile, FLAC, Album) Lunisolar Records LR008 Japan 2010
LR008 Juta Takahashi Silence(4xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Lunisolar Records LR008 Japan 2010

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May 20, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Juta Takahashi "Silence" CD

In Sendai, Japan, based ambient drifter Jutaro "Juta" Takahashi, comes here with his 8th full length album "Silence", released in November 2010 through his own Lunisolar Records imprint. Comprised of 4 longer compositions, clocking from 13 and half to 15 and half minutes, the album "Silence" is accompanied by totally magnificent and eye-catching brown-colored cover image of vast open sea, entitled as "Midnight In A Perfect World" and executed by German artist Anja Stiegler, precisely interacting with Juta's soundscapes. "Silence" is ignited by "Ararat", a composition dedicated to Mount Ararat, a two peak hill located in Turkey on Armenian Plateau. "Ararat" unfolds with gracefully gliding slow-motion drones, serenely immersing and picturesque, ornamented throughout the piece by delicate Middle East fragranced string sounds, and reveals a beautifully panoramic and soothing view from the summit. "Wet Dream" steps in slightly more active poetic texture with stronger cinematic approach, masterfully spiced by occasional distant and fragile metallic and piano sounds. Another highly evocative piece of music, drenched in the ocean of deeply mesmerizing beauty and blissfulness!!! The next composition, "Continua Shift", is the most massive dronescape, supported on the back by mysteriously fumed factory-like rumblings and celestially floating voice-like sounds. A truly transcendental sonic experience awaits!!! The closing title track, "Silence", returns, as indicated by its name, into more quiet and peaceful territories with highly relieving piano sounds. More minimal sculpting is based on altering harmony of silent moments with passages of fading in and out synth and piano blankets. All the magic and essence of the nocturnal journey is fully explored through this beautifully captivating epilogue. "Silence" is skillfully crafted, stirring and varied, but gracefully balanced and elegant!!! A must have for all ambient connoisseurs seeking for pure sonic beauty and tranquility in their music!!! Absolutely gorgeous, Juta!!!

Richard Gürtler (May 20, 2012, Bratislava, Slovakia)


January 14, 2011

Sonically a sequel to Hymn and a great ambient work.