Everything & Nothing


Everything & Nothing by Virgin at Your Free Album. MPN: 6J. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. A career spanning release including ''Heartbeat,'' ''I Surrender,'' ''Cover Me with Flowers'' and more - plus the new song ''The Scent of Magnolia.'' A serial collaborator, Everything & Nothing draws material from the range of David Sylvian recordings, from 1991's Rain Tree Crow (with Japan members Richard Barbieri and Steve Jansen) to Ryuichi Sakamoto's 1986 album, Heartbeat, to his own '87 touchstone, Secrets of the Beehive. In a wonderful coup for devotees, this collection of singles, live re


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A career spanning release including "Heartbeat," "I Surrender," "Cover Me with Flowers" and more - plus the new song "The Scent of Magnolia." A serial collaborator, Everything & Nothing draws material from the range of David Sylvian recordings, from 1991's Rain Tree Crow (with Japan members Richard Barbieri and Steve Jansen) to Ryuichi Sakamoto's 1986 album, Heartbeat, to his own '87 touchstone, Secrets of the Beehive. In a wonderful coup for devotees, this collection of singles, live recordings, and oddities also features the complete version of the lost Japan tune "Some Kind of Fool," intended for Gentlemen Take Poloraids. However, as so much of what Sylvian achieved with Japan was built on artifice, it's refreshing to hear him in a stripped-down setting. The opening "The Scent of Magnolia"--part electronica, part rock--glides with a subtlety that puts many practitioners in both fields to shame, while "Albuquerque" sustains a gorgeous balance between conceptual boldness and engaging melodiousness. Everything & Nothing is a good way to sample and celebrate a shape-shifter such as Sylvian as he ducks in and out of focus, between rugged ballads (the infamous "Ghosts"), avant-garde jazz ("God's Monkey"), and glossy pop. --Maxine Kabuubi

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  • David Sylvian- Everything And Nothing

Additional Information

Brand:
Virgin
Manufacturer:
Virgin Records Us
Category:
Ambient Pop
MPN:
6J
Release Date:
2000-11-07
UPC:
724385001727
Edition:
Imported ed.
Part Number:
6J
Artist:
DAVID SYLVIAN
Publisher:
Virgin Records Us
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Format:
Import
Publication Date:
2000-11-07
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.25 pounds
Item Size:
5 x 0.25 x 5.5 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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