Yoshio Ojima (dcd)

“Une Collection Des Chaînons I+ii: Music”

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- DCD: Digipack with selected UV High Gloss Varnish, Liner Notes, Sticker - Official double album reissue of Yoshio Ojima’s monumental full length Une Collection des Chaînons I, originally released in 1988 (on CD only) for sound-designing the Wacoal Art Center in Aoyama (Tokyo). - Genre: - For fans of ambient, experimental, environmental, minimalism, avant-garde, synth, field recordings, Midori Takada, Hiroshi Yoshimura, Satoshi Ashikawa, Yutaka Hirose, Vanity Records, sound design, architecture, the Metabolist movement, and spirals. Tracklisting DCD CD1 01. Entrance6:05 02. Esplanade [LIVE]?8:29 03. Float on 5:41 04. Glass Chattering 5:52 05. Entomology (misfortune) 3:24 06. Flius 9:30 07. Mensis10:23 08. Serene 4:49 09. #1 (11-02) 7:28 10. #4 (11-10) 10:01 CD2 01. Les Trois Grâces 7:51 02. Evocations 7:12 03. Orientate 5:06 04. Pulse at Soothe 9:15 05. Parjanya 11:47 06. Entomology (Let’s GO-GO)4:09 07. Atrium 8:27 08. Market 7:08 09. Sealed 5:52 10. Signe (Ambient Mix) 4:48 Info WRWTFWW Records is insanely happy to announce the first ever double CD reissue for both volumes of Yoshio Ojima’s superb environmental music project Une Collection des Chaînons I and II: Music For Spiral, originally released in 1988. The twenty track opus is sourced from original masters and comes as a double digipack CD with liner notes in English and Japanese. This marks the inaugural release from the ESPLANADE SERIES by WRWTFWW Records which focuses on the works of Yoshio Ojima and friends. Une Collection des Chaînons I and II gathers selected music pieces conceptualized and produced for sound-designing the Wacoal Art Center in Aoyama (Tokyo) also known as Spiral, a hub for a wide range of sophisticated cultural proposals spanning visual arts, theatre, music, design, fashion, and lifestyle. Named after its superb curled-shaped structures laid in a vast atrium, Spiral is a monumental work of architecture by Fumihiko Maki, designed according

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