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Susumu Hirasawa - 賢者のプロペラ mp3 album

Susumu Hirasawa - 賢者のプロペラ mp3 album
  • Performer: Susumu Hirasawa
  • Title: 賢者のプロペラ
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Date of release: 2000
  • Music style: Leftfield, Techno, Downtempo, Synth-pop
  • MP3 size: 1886 mb
  • FLAC size 1934 mb

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Susumu Hirasawa (平沢進, born 2 April 1954 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese electronic artist and composer. In 1965, he started playing guitar, inspired by The Ventures, he joined a band with "older people" the following year. In 1972, he enrolled at Tokyo Designer Gakuin College.

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In the fifth year of elementary school, Hirasawa took up the electric guitar, inspired by the surf and instrumental rock bands he heard on the radio and on TV, later joining his junior high school's band. In 1973 he formed Mandrake, a progressive rock band that incorporated elements from heavy metal and krautrock.

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1 賢者のプロペラ-1
2 ルベド(赤化)
3 ニグレド(黒化)
4 アルベド(白化)
5 円積法
6 課題が見出される庭園
7 達人の山
8 作業(愚者の薔薇園)
9 ロタティオン(LOTUS-2)
10 賢者のプロペラ-2


His 8th album; Manipulating sounds from symphonies to techno & ethnic music.

official English translations:

Philosopher's Propeller (Kenja No Propeller)

01. Philosepher's Propeller-1
02. Rubedo
03. Nigredo
04. Albedo
05. Quadratur des ZIirkels
06. The Garden Where The Solutions Are Found
07. An Expert Mountain
08. Opus
09. Rotation
10. Philosopher's Propeller-2

Comments: (4)
I totally agree with the other review. Hirasawa has been experimenting with combining techno with more symphonic elements for years but I'm not sure if you can classify this as "electronic". The string arrangements are gorgeous. They may even be mostly synthesized for all I know. Either way, by the second track "Rubedo", it is clear that this guy has such an incredible knack for sweeping melodic arrangements that don't sound complex at first but really are once you start to break them down. I don't want to compare him to famous classical composers but he does seem to have that kind of almost savant-like talent. It's a shame that few outside of those who know him for his soundtrack work have any idea who this guy is outside of Japan. By the way, if you dig the Millenium Actress soundtrack, it's basically a remix of this album, but minus the vocals and some of the main melody lines. As it turns out, the music here runs so deep that it still functions very well without them.
This incredible album came out in 2000 but I didn't hear it until 2010, my loss. It's my album of the year for 2010. Period. I have not heard anything as exciting this year. I always recalled Hirasawa when I was in my 20's as the leader of the punky, Devo-ish, hyperkinetic P-Model. I loved that sound. But Hirasawa as a solo artist makes a grand, breathtaking, symphonic surge that is hard to describe without actually hearing it. It's massive. He has taken traditional Japanese modes and updated and electrified it for younger listeners. He plays all the instruments too, and brilliantly. His electric guitar has a ringing tone that sounds as good as Phil Manzanera on "Diamond Head". Get this one, it's still in print.
I was wondering if some of what he says gets a bit lost in translation. But the guy is a singular genius for sure.
Amen to this album! I also heard this album only two years ago, and what I shame that I missed so many years without it. On Hirasawa's website this album is described as 'true expert music', which I for a while thought to be a little arrogant, but with talent such as Hirasawa's, the title of expert is well deserved.
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