TV soundtrack "kui tan Soundtracks : Remixed"

Konishi Yasuharu is responsible for the soundtrack of new TV drama "kui tan" based on the manga of the same name., where food always find its way in middle the detective plots. The music is to be classical with a remix twist, in a similar way as the great "Readymade Digs Classics" album. Track 3 is co-arranged by Arai Toshiya (Kofta).
The artwork was also designed by Konishi-san.

TV soundtrack "kui tan Soundtracks : Remixed"TV soundtrack "kui tan Soundtracks : Remixed"
「喰いタン Soundtracks : Remixed」

1. Brindisi from "La Traviata" (Verdi)
2. Bolero (Ravel)
3. Spring from "The Four Seasons" Allegro (I) (Vivaldi)
4. Funiculi Funicula (Denza)
5. Opera "die Walkure" Ride of the Valkyries (Wagner)
6. Concerto for Harpsichord No. 5 in G minor BWV.1056 (Bach)

Vap VPCD-81537
Out 3/1, ¥2096 (excl. tax)
Order: Amazon, HMV

Posted on | Released on March 1, 2006 | Comments (2) | Tweet |

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this is very strange, patrick. i was listening to this last week. along with "digs classics" they are great. but you can hear a difference between the two - readymade is less forced, because konishi chose them. all good though.

andrew

Posted by andrew ffrench on


Haha, good coincidence. :) I also prefer "Readymade digs classics", and I really agree that it sounds less forced. Konishi said that some of the "kui tan" songs were really difficult ones to remix.

Posted by Patrick on



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