Akio Suzuki - Zeitstudie FLAC album
Akio Suzuki – Zeitstudie.
Label: G-Stone Recordings Country: Austria Released: 2000 Genre: Electronic Style: Downtempo. For promotional purposes only. Support the artist/s by purchasing their album.
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The album was dedicated to the Zen master Shunryu Suzuki. The dedication can be found on the inside of the front cover.
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ロフィール: Japanese musician, sound artist, inventor, instrument builder and shaman.
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Akio Suzuki (鈴木昭男) is a japanese artist born in North Korean Pyongyang (1941). At the age of four he moved to Japan, to a town called Aichi. He investigates places by constructing a topography of sound based on the principle of call and echo.
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Suzuki is the second studio album by Austrian duo Tosca, released by Studio !K7 and G-Stone Recordings in 2000. Unlike many of Tosca's subsequent releases, Suzuki is essentially an instrumental album, with vocal samples integrated throughout, but in such a way that they "become a part of the instrumentation. The album is dedicated to the Zen master Shunryu Suzuki. A dub remix album, Suzuki In Dub, was released in 2002.
stop and listen to the world. The applause following the introduction of Akio Suzuki at his first Toronto performance since 1984 quickly died down to reveal an echo emerging from the concert-hall seats. It was a consistent pattering-not a true echo but a sonic answer to the applause. The source of the sound came from Suzuki, who was sitting humbly in the front row, tapping together two stones in his hands. After a few moments, he stood up and moved around the space in front of the stage, changing the rhythms and patterns of his tapping as he went. From the album K7 Box (ALM Recording In. URCD-7). Recorded live by Yukio Kojimaat at the Yokosuka Museum of Art, January 9–10, 2007.
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- Engineer – Thieß Dettmer