Susumu Yokota ‎– The Boy And The Tree

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Tracklist

The Colour Of Pomegranates 5:13
Live Echo 5:31
Fairy Link 4:33
Grass, Tree And Stone 4:39
Secret Garden 6:10
Rose Necklace 2:44
Beans 1:20
Plateau On Plateau 5:50
Red Swan 4:27
Thread Leads To Heaven 3:42
Future Tiger 5:26
Blood And Snow 5:01

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BAY 25CD Susumu Yokota The Boy And The Tree(CD, Album) Leaf BAY 25CD UK 2002 Sell This Version
STR-08 Susumu Yokota Boy And Tree(CD, Album) Skintone STR-08 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
BAY 25V Susumu Yokota The Boy And The Tree(2xLP, Album) Leaf BAY 25V UK 2002 Sell This Version
BAY 25V Susumu Yokota The Boy And The Tree(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Leaf BAY 25V UK 2002 Sell This Version
BAY 25CDP Susumu Yokota The Boy And The Tree(CD, Album, Promo) Leaf, Skintone BAY 25CDP UK 2002 Sell This Version

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mrsutton

mrsutton

August 23, 2015
referencing The Boy And The Tree, CD, Album, BAY 25CD
This was his most cohesive, underrated album by far - a total and complete meditation within a sound world lovingly edited and created; bell driven, chorus led, an ambient masterpiece. every track seamless, nature gold. Plateau On Plateau especially is a jewel in the crown of a composer taken far to early, but who gave us his unique voice in the time he had. Beautiful album in every way.
kaini

kaini

December 28, 2002
referencing The Boy And The Tree, 2xLP, Album, BAY 25V
Susumu Yokota has once again created a record of great value. The Boy And The Tree is his most ambient recording to date. There are hardly any drum/beat patterns but his music still obtains its internal rythm.Listening to this album for the first time can be quite difficult if you're trying to make a comparison to previous Susumu Yokota albums. The album is more gentle than let's say Sakura or Grinning Cat but it's also more "abstract"/quiet than these.
Anyway, it's still Susumu Yokota - I mean it is still highly recognizable.