Rice Field Silently Riping In The Night

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why we love this

Recorded at Reiko’s house, the intimacy of the instrumentation, paired with her fragile voice, brings the listener into the house itself, experiencing the music as if physically present in the process of its making. There’s an innocent sense of awe that captivates, like a child seeing fireflies for the first time.

about the record

'Rice Field Silently Riping In The Night' is Reiko Kudo's second album under her own name. It features Tori Kudo (Maher Shalal Hash Baz), Saya, and Takashi Ueno (Tenniscoats) on various instruments. The recordings took place in 2000 at Reiko's and Tori's house in the rural surroundings of Shikoku island.

All recorded music on this album sounds like it originates in a parallel dimension where time and key signatures simply don't exist. Some might describe this as outsider music, but this doesn't really begin to do justice to the quality of the tracks. There is nothing accidental or forced here. This is simply music created in a very different way.

  1. 1 - Kaihatsu-San 1:50
  2. 2 - My Brother 1:25
  3. 3 - Mihoko 2:50
  4. 4 - Lily 4:39
  5. 5 - Emi & Mrs Evans 1:34
  6. 6 - Mrs Wheeler 1:40
  7. 7 - Son of Man 3:38
  8. 8 - As You Wake Up In The Morning 1:32
  9. 9 - Together 2:10
  10. 10 - Consolation 1:26
  11. 11 - Rose 2:43

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Rice Field Silently Riping In The Night

26,00

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  1. 1 - Kaihatsu-San 1:50
  2. 2 - My Brother 1:25
  3. 3 - Mihoko 2:50
  4. 4 - Lily 4:39
  5. 5 - Emi & Mrs Evans 1:34
  6. 6 - Mrs Wheeler 1:40
  7. 7 - Son of Man 3:38
  8. 8 - As You Wake Up In The Morning 1:32
  9. 9 - Together 2:10
  10. 10 - Consolation 1:26
  11. 11 - Rose 2:43

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Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Recorded at Reiko’s house, the intimacy of the instrumentation, paired with her fragile voice, brings the listener into the house itself, experiencing the music as if physically present in the process of its making. There’s an innocent sense of awe that captivates, like a child seeing fireflies for the first time.

about the record

'Rice Field Silently Riping In The Night' is Reiko Kudo's second album under her own name. It features Tori Kudo (Maher Shalal Hash Baz), Saya, and Takashi Ueno (Tenniscoats) on various instruments. The recordings took place in 2000 at Reiko's and Tori's house in the rural surroundings of Shikoku island.

All recorded music on this album sounds like it originates in a parallel dimension where time and key signatures simply don't exist. Some might describe this as outsider music, but this doesn't really begin to do justice to the quality of the tracks. There is nothing accidental or forced here. This is simply music created in a very different way.

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