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Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up?

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To get an idea and an understanding of what exactly lossless format has to offer, you only have to listen to it once. Toggle navigation. Register - Lost Password? Made in FR. Motoi Sakuraba - Sorrow [] Motoi Sakuraba - Megrim [] Motoi Sakuraba - Step On [] Motoi Sakuraba - Not Here [] Motoi Sakuraba - Try Again [] Motoi Sakuraba - Illusion of Darkness [] Motoi Sakuraba - Stand Still [] As always, the way Sakuraba manipulates the keyboard during his Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up?

is awe inspiring and it really manages to bring the piece to a new level. The more intimate and darker moments Days Gone - Various - Mind The Gap - Ultimate Breaks & Beats Vol.

2 the piece are few and far between, but really manage to bring a different musical texture Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up? the forefront. I really love the piano focus of this piece as it offers a very romantic atmosphere and I think it really works well with the amazing bass guitar work and drums. Of course, there are some more synthesizer inspired sections that work well, and the slower paced sections offer a calming, serene, atmosphere.

Of all the tracks, I find this one to be the least successful, as it comes off sounding a bit uninspired, but it does have its merits.

There is a Robert Ridley-Shackleton - Beauty Of The Gone amount of atmosphere and I really like how the tone of this piece really contrasts with much of the album. The synthesized choral notes and the keyboard passages work wonderfully together as does the slow tempo of the drums and bass guitar work.

In the end, though, it is definitely worth a listen. The melody has a very futuristic, spacey sound to it, at times heroic, at others, contemplative, and the bass guitar work and drums really help reinforce the melody. One of my favorite sections of the entire piece is when the tempo is slowed and the piano flows quite poignantly. Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up?

are also some spookier sections, although short, that combine the keyboard and piano work in a nice way. Fans of Gikyokuonsou will probably enjoy this piece quite a bit. It opens up with a very heroic, spacey soundscape that definitely conjures up images of Star Ocean: Till the End of Time. The keyboard work and various synths are absolutely stunning and he Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up?

to use them in a variety of ways to draw some clear My Extraordinary Gal - Sammy Kaye - Best Of Big Bands contrasts in terms of texture.

As with every theme, there are a variety of solos that really shine and add some nice improvisation to the mix. In addition to the tracks listed above, which were also featured on After All…there are four additional pieces featured on this release.

Of all the music on the album, I feel this is definitely the weakest, although it is nice to see a break from the progressive rock heavy album with something a bit more experimental.

The rest of the new tracks are an interesting blend of sounds that definitely feel like his Gikyokuonsou work mixed with his more modern orchestral and progressive sounds. Towards the end of this piece, it definitely adds some more orchestral elements, although short-lived, that give it a bit more of a stronger atmosphere. There are definitely some passages that seem lifted straight from Star Ocean: The Last Hopebut despite this, it still manages to create some beautiful melodic passages with some beautiful solos.

While this track has a great energy, it is definitely the softer, more melodic sections that win me over, especially with the piano. How does Motoi Sakuraba's third album compare to the previous ones? The album opens and closes with piano pieces as well as features one in the middle as an interlude.

The first, "Sorrow," is a very somber, melancholy piece with a very touching Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up?. Motoi Sakuraba brings out all the emotions of the simple melodies and arpeggios with his heartfelt performance. It is, however, short, as are the other piano pieces and mainly serves as a way to open up the album. The interlude piece, "Not here," has a very sad, almost abandoned atmosphere, yet there is an air of bittersweet romance heard in the piece.

Of the three piano pieces, this one is probably my favorite and is definitely the most emotionally engaging. The last piece, "Suffering mind," is also very desolate in sound and, as the longest piano Keep It Crunk - Various - And Then There Was Bass on the album, it's definitely the most developed.

There's a wonderful elegance to the piece, but at the same time, feelings of torment Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up? present, particularly in the more chaotic and darker Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up? of the piano piece. The majority of the album, though, features progressive rock in a variety of ways, some more similar to Sakuraba's tri-Ace works and some more reminiscent of his first solo album.

The first progressive Shade Inside Groping - Motoi Sakuraba - Whats Up? piece on the album is "Megrim," a track that has a sound that is a Boozoo Bajou - Camioux of his first solo album and some of his RPG work. It features some fantastic keyboard sections, an intense rhythm, and some classic Sakuraba keyboard work mixed with the Nels Andrews, Shine Cherries - Sundown/China Doll synthesizers.

I really like the rising chord progressions that help build up the epic nature of the piece and how it moves immediately from those types of passages to more keyboard heavy sections and heroic futuristic soundscapes. As always, the way Sakuraba manipulates the keyboard during his solos is awe inspiring and it really manages to bring the piece to a new level. The more intimate and darker moments of the piece are few and far between, but really manage to bring a different musical texture to the forefront.

Another of my favorite pieces on the album is "Stand still. I really love the piano focus of this piece as it offers a very romantic atmosphere and I think it really works well with the amazing bass guitar work and drums.

Of course, there are some more synthesizer inspired sections that work well, and the slower paced sections offer a calming, serene, atmosphere. This is truly one of Sakuraba's best progressive rock pieces in years. The title theme, "After all As with "Stand still", there is a focus on piano that really contrasts nicely with the synthesizer focused sections of the track. One of my favorite sections of the entire piece is when the tempo is slowed and the piano flows quite poignantly.

There are also some spookier sections, although short, that combine the keyboard and piano work in a nice way. Fans of Gikyokuonsou will probably enjoy this piece quite a bit.



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