David Sylvian Brilliant Trees

David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {Virgin Remaster 2006}

David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {2006 Virgin Remaster}
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Rock / Art Rock / Experimental Rock / Experimental Ambient

David Sylvian's Brilliant Trees was his first solo album after having left the art rock band Japan back in the early 80's. For an album of only seven tracks, Brilliant Trees is an eclectic affair fusing funk, jazz, and ambient. Its best pieces are the moody jazz of "Red Guitar," the dusky atmosphere of "Weathered Wall," and "Brilliant Trees" itself, both of which feature the woozy trumpet of Eno collaborator and fourth-world pioneer Jon Hassell. The record also showcases guest players like Holger Czukay.
David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {2006 Virgin Remaster} [re-up]

David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {2006 Virgin Remaster}
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Rock / Art Rock / Experimental Rock / Experimental Ambient

David Sylvian's Brilliant Trees was his first solo album after having left the art rock band Japan back in the early 80's. For an album of only seven tracks, Brilliant Trees is an eclectic affair fusing funk, jazz, and ambient. Its best pieces are the moody jazz of "Red Guitar," the dusky atmosphere of "Weathered Wall," and "Brilliant Trees" itself, both of which feature the woozy trumpet of Eno collaborator and fourth-world pioneer Jon Hassell. The record also showcases guest players like Holger Czukay.

David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {Reissue 2006)  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 21, 2009
David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {Reissue 2006)

David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {Reissue 2006)
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© 2006 Virgin Records | 7243 5 91315 2 8
Art Rock / Experimental Rock / Experimental Ambient


David Sylvian - Brilliant Trees (1984) {Reissue 2006)

David Sylvian's Brilliant Trees was his first solo album after having left the art rock band Japan back in the early 80's. For an album of only seven tracks, Brilliant Trees is an eclectic affair fusing funk, jazz, and ambient. Its best pieces are the moody jazz of "Red Guitar," the dusky atmosphere of "Weathered Wall," and "Brilliant Trees" itself, both of which feature the woozy trumpet of Eno collaborator and fourth-world pioneer Jon Hassell. The record also showcases guest players like Holger Czukay.
Recorded in late 1983 at Hansa tone Studios in Berlin with producer Steve Nye. A recording of considerable significance in David's output instigating as it does new working methods and a level of inquiry that radically broadened the emotional range and scope of his work. The cast of collaborators includes Ryuichi Sakamoto, Holger Czukay, Jon Hassell and Kenny Wheeler. Critically celebrated on its release Brilliant Trees went straight into the UK chart at number 4.
David Sylvian - Weatherbox (1989) [5CD Box + DVD] {Virgin} [RE-UP]

David Sylvian - Weatherbox (1989) [5CD Box + DVD] {Virgin}
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© 1989 Virgin Records | DSCD1
Rock / Experimental Rock / Art Rock / Ambient

DAVID SYLVIAN Weatherbox (Rare 1989 UK deluxe 5-CD box set spanning David's career and his many collaborations. Includes the releases: Brilliant Trees, Alchemy, Gone To Earth, Gone To Earth - Instrumental [Exclusive to this box set] and Secrets Of The Beehive. Also includes a 60 page booklet which documents each release and all the musicians involved plus fold-out poster. The artwork and design is by Russell Mills and Dave Coppenhall with sliding lid on the top of the box. The accompanyment by the likes of Bill Nelson, Sakamoto, Jansen/Barbierri/Karn, Russell Mills, Robert Fripp, Michael Brooks et al bears testimony to just how many TALENTED ARTISTS are influenced and eager to work w/ Mr. Sylvian.

David Sylvian - Gone To Earth (1986) [double LP] (24-96 vinyl rip)  Vinyl & HR

Posted by Hungry Mind at April 22, 2012
David Sylvian - Gone To Earth (1986) [double LP] (24-96 vinyl rip)

David Sylvian - Gone To Earth (1986) [double LP] (24-96 vinyl rip)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Scans | 1,59 GB | Label: Virgin Schallplatten GmbH
Genre: experimental rock, ambient | RAR 5% | Rec. CAT #302 803-420 | Germany

David Sylvian is a brilliant rock & roll guitarist and vocalist. He is also a great electronic minimalist. Sadly, he tries hard to do both together. Gone to Earth has moments of brilliant instrumental ambience with deep samples and misplaced vocals. The instrumental virtuosity grabs listeners immediately. Sylvian surrounds himself with some of the greats – Bill Nelson, Robert Fripp, and Mel Collins among them. The sound is dynamic and gentle at the same time.
Nine Horses (ft. David Sylvian) - Snow Borne Sorrow (2005)

Nine Horses (ft. David Sylvian) - Snow Borne Sorrow (2005)
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© 2005 Samadhisound LLC | Soun CD ss006
Art Rock / Experimental Rock / Experimental Ambient


Nine Horses (ft. David Sylvian) - Snow Borne Sorrow (2005)

Probably the most commercial release that David Sylvian has ever been involved with, Nine Horses still manages to sound unlike any other album out there at the moment. Breaking boundaries, fusing styles and yet delivering beautiful pop melodies and stunning vocals on songs that Sylvian fans everywhere are bound to fall in love with. Nine Horses brings together Sylvian, his brother Steve Jansen (ex-Japan) and the well respected Burnt Friedman. The trio have created a suite of remarkably poignant songs that are part social commentary and part self-analysis. Sylvian and his collaborators have never sounded better nor the material more immediate. Other guest contributors include: Ryuichi Sakamoto, Stina Nordenstam, Arve Henriksen and many more. This album's sound is expanded, maximalist, full, rooted in traditional song structures like some of Sylvian's classic solo albums like "Brilliant Trees", "Secrets Of The Beehive" and "Dead Bees On A Cake".
David Sylvian - Died In The Wool. Manafon Variations (2011) {2CD SamadhiSound ss021}

David Sylvian - Died In The Wool. Manafon Variations (2011) {2CD SamadhiSound ss021}
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Rock / Avant-Garde / Modern Composition / Experimental

Died in the Wool — variations on David Sylvian's 2009 release Manafon with the addition of 6 new pieces, including collaborations with acclaimed composer Dai Fujikura, producers Jan Bang and Erik Honoré and a stellar roster of contemporary musicians and improvisers. Released as a Double CD digipak in a hardboard slipcase. Disc Two featuring audio from the installation When We Return You Won't Recognise Us.

David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - Damage (1994) {2014 DGM Remaster}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at March 28, 2016
David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - Damage (1994) {2014 DGM Remaster}

David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - Damage (1994) {2014 DGM Remaster}
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Rock / Experimental Rock / Art Rock

With a well-received studio album in the form of The First Day issued in summer 1993, Sylvian/Fripp took to the road for a lengthy tour to support the release. Trey Gunn reprised his role from the earlier tour and studio recordings as stick player, while Pat Mastelotto joined the group on drums, a position which led to his being offered a role in the 1990s King Crimson, a band in which he has remained a member of every line-up since. Producer and recordings artist Michael Brook completed the touring ensemble.
David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - The First Day (1993) {2014 DGM Remaster}

David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - The First Day (1993) {2014 DGM Remaster}
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Rock / Experimental Rock / Art Rock

Following on from their glorious and lyrical collaborative work on Gone To Earth, David Sylvian and Robert Fripp produced the unexpectedly fiery and funky The First Day in 1993. Hypnotically groovy and intensely vicious, while showcasing Fripp's Soundscapes identity, the album marked a departure for Sylvian and can be more easily understood as a missing King Crimson link between Three Of A Perfect Pair and Thrak than a typical post-Japan Sylvian venture.
Rain Tree Crow (ft. David Sylvian) - Rain Tree Crow (1991) {2006 Virgin Remaster}

Rain Tree Crow (ft. David Sylvian) - Rain Tree Crow (1991) {2006 Virgin Remaster}
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Rock / Art Rock / Experimental Rock / Experimental Ambient / Alternative

Rain Tree Crow is the result of a collaboration between former Japan members David Sylvian and Mick Karn. Sylvian and Karn teamed with keyboardist Richard Barbieri and Steve Jansen, adding guitarists Phil Palmer and Bill Nelson for their self-titled debut. Like a mellower, new age-oriented version of Japan, Rain Tree Crow explores stark soundscapes that sound alternately beautiful and desolate. Although it is a bit too challenging to provide a good introduction to Sylvian and Karn's music, the album remains fascinating for their fans.