A 2 CD set of variations on David Sylvian's 2009 release Manafon including collaborations with acclaimed composer Dai Fujikura, producers Jan Bang and Erik Honor and a stellar roster of contemporary musicians and improvisers.
Albums by and with David Sylvian (solo period)
Very little respect has been shown for the artwork of the original two releases packed in the (Europe only) budget release of Brilliant Trees and Secrets Of The Beehive.The original remastered discs has been put in a jewel case with minimal artwork.
Deluxe limited edition of the last album on Samadhisound. Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, embossed cloth bound book. Album features one, self titled track.
Last album on Samadhisound. Album features 1 track. This is the release of David Sylvian’s long form composition; ‘there’s a light that enters houses with no other house in sight.’ A unique collaboration with American Pulitzer Prize winning poet Franz Wright, featuring contributions from Christian Fennesz and John Tilbury.
Playing The Schoolhouse, a new CD EP length composition by David Sylvian recorded in March 2015 in Norway. Based on an improvisation by Jan Bang and Sylvian. It also features contributions from Otomo Yoshihide and Toshimaru Nakamura. Housed in an attractive CD size metal case with PVC jacket. Black label stickers front and back.
Debut release in the new Confront Core Series imprint. Studio recording of the text piece THERE IS NO LOVE which was premiered at Cafe OTO, London on 31st October 2016 as part of the Confront Recordings Twentieth Anniversary celebrations.
Following on from the success of the RSD 2018 white vinyl edition of David Sylvian’s 1999 album Dead Bees on a Cake, Universal now present the album on 180gram black vinyl, expanded with the additional four tracks that Sylvian intended for the original release, ‘The Scent of Magnolia’, ‘Albuquerque (Dobro #6)’, ‘Cover Me With Flowers’ and ‘Aparna and Nimisha ( Dobro
February 22nd, 2019 sees the deluxe vinyl release of four David Sylvian albums spanning the period 1984 to 1987. David Sylvian’s intermediary album, made up of two entirely separate projects from 1985, is to be released for the first time on 180gram vinyl.
February 22nd, 2019 sees the deluxe vinyl release of four David Sylvian albums spanning the period 1984 to 1987. David Sylvian’s third solo album from 1987 is to be released for the first time on 180gram vinyl.
One of the deluxe vinyl releases of four David Sylvian albums spanning the period 1984 to 1987 and Rain Tree Crow (march 2019). A deluxe vinyl reissue of 1991’s Rain Tree Crow album, is to be released for the first time on 180gram vinyl.