Ryuichi Sakamoto – Esperanto

Ryuichi Sakamoto – Esperanto

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Label: Midi Inc. – MIL-1007
Format: record, LP, Promo
Country: Japan
Released: 1985

Media status: Very Good + (VG +)
Sleeve condition: Very Good + (VG +)

recorded music
A1 A Wongga Dance Song 6:18
A2 The "Dreaming" 3:52
A3 A Rain Song 2:26
A4 Dolphins 3:23
A5 A Human Tube 4:50
B1 Adelic Penguins 6:06
B2 A Carved Stone 8:23
B3 Ulu Watu 3:55

An album composed of songs that reflect the concept of "fictitious folk music" produced at the request of avant-garde butoh dancer Morisa Fenley.
Ryuichi Sakamoto is the music that incorporates Arto Lindsay's noisy guitar at key points into the artificially beautiful folk music created by making full use of Fairlight CMI, and is not bound by the form in which they are integrated. High-tech and techno universal ethnic music that we aimed for. This work, which has been re-evaluated in recent years as electronic music and avant-garde music, is an important work in his career, which Ryuichi Sakamoto also lists as one of his favorites.