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David Sylvian - Dead Bees On A Cake (1999)

1-05-2015, 17:05
Rock | Electronic

David Sylvian - Dead Bees On A Cake (1999)

Artist: David Sylvian
Title Of Album: Dead Bees On A Cake
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Virgin
Genre: Electronic, Abstract, Crossover Prog
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:10:04
Total Size: 241 Mb


01. I Surrender (9:24)
02. Dobro #1 (1:30)
03. Midnight Sun (4:02)
04. Thalhiem (6:09)
05. God Man (4:03)
06. Alphabet Angel (2:07)
07. Krishna Blue (8:12)
08. The Shining of Things (3:10)
09. Cafe Europa (7:01)
10. Pollen Path (3:26)
11. All of My Mother's Names (6:11)
12. Wanderlust (6:46)
13. Praise (4:02)
14. Darkest Dreaming (4:01)

David Sylvian / vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, sample,
drum programing, percussion programming
Ryuichi Sakamoto / Rhodes, sampled bansuri, guitar loop, insects
Tommy Barbarella / Rhodes
Marc Ribot / guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar
Bill Frisell / acoustic guitar, dobro
Lawrence Feldman / flute
Kenny Wheeler / flugelhorn
John Giblin / bass
Chris Minh Doky / double bass
Ged Lynch / drums
Scooter Warner / drums
Steve Jansen / percussion, cymbals
Talvin Singh / tabla, percussion
Deepak Ram / bansuri
Steve Tibbetts / gong
Ingrid Chavez / vocal
Shree Maa / vocal

Fans of David Sylvian may consider some of his earlier releases to have been autumnal spectacles filled with intoxicating arrangements and some of the most beautifully heartbreaking songs ever composed. At face value, Dead Bees on a Cake should have been one of David Sylvian's most spiritually fulfilled and innovative releases -- maybe next time. One can admire the rich vocals and impeccable instrumental performances by Talvin Singh, Steve Jansen, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and Marc Ribot, among others; however, for David Sylvian, even beautiful tracks like "The Shining of Things" are the sonic equivalent of running on a treadmill. One song makes this worth the price of admission: "Midnight Sun"; while the vocals are classic Sylvian, the bluesy, swampy sound of this track is completely new to him. It would have been fantastic if other songs on the album had followed in a similarly inventive vein.

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