Wednesday, January 5, 2022

David Sylvian

 

David Sylvian started as the singer of Japan in the early '70s. After they broke up in the early '80s he continued on as a solo artist. And he's still going. Many of his recordings are instrumental/ambient/experimental.  His first album or 1999's Dead Bees On A Cake are good starting points for fans of Japan.

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  1. 1984 - Brilliant Trees
    1985 - Alchemy
    1986 - Gone To Earth
    1987 - Secrets Of The Beehive
    1988 - Plight & Premonition (with Holger Czukay)
    1989 - Flux + Mutability (with Holger Czukay)
    1989 - Weatherbox DVD
    1993 - The First Day (with R Fripp)
    1994 - Damage (w R Fripp) [2014]
    1999 - Approaching Silence
    1999 - Dead Bees On A Cake

    2002 - Camphor
    2003 - Blemish
    2005 - Snow Borne Sorrow (Nine Horses)
    2005 - The Good Son vs The Only Daughter (Blemish Remixes)
    2007 - Money for All (Nine Horses)
    2007 - When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima
    2009 - Manafon
    2010 - Sleepwalkers
    2011 - Died In The Wool (Manafon Variations)
    2012 - A Victim of Stars (1982-2012)
    2014 - There's a light that enters houses with no other house in sight

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