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Eiko Ishibashi — The Dream My Bones Dream (Nov. 16, 2018)

Eiko Ishibashi — The Dream My Bones Dream (Nov. 16, 2018)   Eiko Ishibashi — The Dream My Bones Dream (Nov. 16, 2018)Eiko Ishibashi — The Dream My Bones Dream (Nov. 16, 2018)石橋英子/EIKO ISHIBASHI
茂原市出身の音楽家。いくつかのバンドで活動後、 映画音楽の制作をきっかけとして数年前よりソロとしての作品を作り始める。 ピアノをメインとしながらドラム、 フルート、ヴィブラフォン等も演奏するマルチ ・プレイヤー。 シンガー ・ ソングライターであり、 セッション ・ プレイヤー、 プロデューサーと、 石橋英子の肩書きでジャンルやフィールドを越え、 漂いながら活動中。 近年は坂本慎太郎、 ジム ・ オルーク、七尾旅人、 星野源、 前野健太などの作品やライブに参加。 劇団マームとジプシーや、 映画 ・ ドラマなどの音楽を手掛ける
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Genre: Improvisation, Avant~Garde
Album release: November 16, 2018
Record Label: Drag City
Duration:
Tracks:
01 Prologue: Hands on the Mouth   5:13
02 Agloe   5:50
03 Iron Veil   5:21
04 Silent Scrapbook   3:50
05 A Ghost In a Train, Thinking   5:54
06 The Dream My Bones Dream   4:29
07 Tunnels to Nowhere   3:36
08 To the East   3:58
09 Epilogue: Innisfree   4:29
About this product
→→     Riding the rails down to the past and back to the future, Eiko considers the unknown lives that her own family has lived, set to expansive pop travelogues evoking the work of pioneers like Joni and Scott Walker, while pushing further, always further....
Review
By Scott A. Gray, Published Nov 15, 2018. Score: 8
✹    Prolific purveyor of experimental, ethereal psych music and frequent Jim O’Rourke collaborator Eiko Ishibashi is back with her sixth album since setting out on her solo path in 2006. Trading in grandiose sophistication and insistent grooves with plenty of room for quirks, the sound of The Dream My Bones Dream immediately calls to mind Stereolab mixed with the slinky trip~hop~isms of Cibo Matto.
✹    Also an accomplished producer, Ishibashi directs a distinct sonic vision throughout Dream’s too~brief runtime, even though there’s plenty of eclecticism at play from track to track. Her beautiful, airy vocals drift like gauze when they’re called for, and when they’re not, the Japanese composer is content to let her instrumental skills speak for her — “A Ghost In a Train, Thinking” very capably evokes early Tortoise.
✹    It’s a marvel of her skill as a musical thinker that motorik instrumental near~prog can sit so comfortably alongside a ballad as classy as the title track — which would have almost sounded at home on Laura Mvula’s debut — and make sense when followed by the sinister krautrock wave of “Tunnels to Nowhere.”
✹    The sheer breadth of styles Ishibashi incorporates might well throw the average listener for a loop, but if an exceptional talent employing any tools she sees fit to make the sounds she hears in her head excites you, The Dream My Bones Dreams contains a wealth of sonic treats worth exploring. ✹     https://exclaim.ca/
Label: http://www.dragcity.com/
Website: http://eikoishibashi.net/
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Eiko Ishibashi — The Dream My Bones Dream (Nov. 16, 2018)

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