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The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt - KiTsuNe / Brian The Fox album flac

  • Performer: The Future Eve
  • Title: KiTsuNe / Brian The Fox
  • Size FLAC ver: 1111 mb
  • Country: Japan
  • Date of release: 2019
  • Style: Ambient, Abstract, Minimal
  • Other formats: ASF AHX MIDI XM DXD AC3 WAV
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt - KiTsuNe / Brian The Fox album flac

Tracklist

A1 01.01 8:13
A2 02.01 7:26
B1 02.02 7:02
B2 02.03 6:49
B3 03.01 0:50
C1 04.01 (Ring Version) 7:55
C2 04:02 0:39
C3 04:03 8:28
C4 04.04 1:13
D1 04.05 7:33
D2 04:06 3:36
D3 04:07 7:06
D4 04:08 2:49

Credits

  • Mastered By – Taylor Deupree
  • Music By, Words By, Vocals, Keyboards – Robert Wyatt

Notes

All KiTsuNe (Japanese for fox) versions are based on this original by Robert Wyatt, called Brian The Fox.
It's an early version of the song that eventually was released on Robert Wyatt - Cuckooland.
That album also presents Tom Hay's Fox, that sampled KiTsuNe 02.03 from KiTsuNe.

Track 02.02 is exclusive to the vinyl release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4582237838381
  • Barcode (Text): 4 582237 838381

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
flau61 The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt - KiTsuNe / Brian The Fox ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd) Flau flau61 Japan 2019
none The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt - KiTsuNe / Brian The Fox ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Flau none Japan 2019


Опубликовано: 14 февр

KiTsuNe, Brian The Fox. by The Future Eve featuring Robert Wyatt. Japanese producer The Future Eve – known for his minimalist, synthesised pieces under the moniker Tomo Akikawabaya such as The Castle (1984), reissued alongside other works on New York's Minimal Wave as The Invitation of The Dead in 2015 – has announced a landmark collaboration spanning continents and planes of existence. Going under the new name of The Future Eve, he has worked together with the legendary Robert Wyatt to create an electronic journey of sound. released March 22, 2019

Robert R. Hardy Roger Shah Silent Shore Solarstone Spinnin Tiesto top Trance Tritonal Ultra. Ziminino – Ziminino 19:13. Various Artists – GroupWorks 19:12. The Future Eve – KiTsuNe, Brian the Fox 19:12.

English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. 24 January at 16:30 ·. The Future Eve featuring Robert Wyatt - 0. 8. 内では3/6に発売されるTomo Akikawabaya - The Future EveとRobert Wyattのコラボレーション・アルバム「KiTsuNe, Brian The Fox」より「04. brian-the-fox/ Japanese producer The Future Eve – known for his minimalist, synthesised pieces under the moniker Tomo Akikawabaya such as The Castle (1984), reissued a.

The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt – Kitsune Brian The Fox (2019). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On March - 24 - 2019. Artist: The Future Eve Featuring Robert Wyatt. Album: Kitsune Brian The Fox. Released: 2019. Album: Five Feet Apart Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

This became the first part of KiTsuNe - Brian the Fox. The second part of the album is titled Ring Version. Two years of working on one relatively short project already seems like a lot of hours. But that certainly wasn’t the end of the refining or mastering process. Hence the subtitle of Brian the Fox : a homage to Wyatt’s original work from which he created 12 tracks, like variations on a theme. As much as it is an emotional journey, it truly is a deep dive into making experimental music. And that’s something that really does reflect the mind of Robert Wyatt. Th says the substance of the forthcoming album is the (original) tape itself and the time Mr. Wyatt spent in his room working. KiTsuNe - Brian the Fox by The Future Eve, featuring Robert Wyatt, is out March 6 in Japan and March 22 overseas via Flau.

New album 'KiTsuNe, Brian The Fox' is out shortly, and sessions actually began back in 1999, when Robert Wyatt sent a DAT tape to the producer. Featuring some unused and largely unheard music, it caught the attention of the musicians behind The Future Eve. Wyatt explains: "towards the end of the 20th century, Th sent me a message asking something like; "do you have any piece of new material we could work on"---? I did have.

Robert Wyatt (born Robert Wyatt-Ellidge, 28 January 1945) is an English musician. A founding member of the influential Canterbury scene bands Soft Machine and Matching Mole, he was initially a kit drummer and singer before becoming paraplegic following an accidental fall from a window in 1973, which led him to abandon band work and begin a forty-year solo career.


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