Italian release manufactured & marketed by Virgin Dischi SRL.
The cassette is manufactured in light grey plastic with black text.
Recorded at Can Studio, Cologne, West Germany, 1986-87.
Barcode: 5 012981 250249
Other (Catalogue # Printed On Cassette): TCVE-11
Other (Catalogue # Printed On Sleeve): TCVE 11
Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
Other (Printed in black on top of cassette): 118884
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Dischi S.R.L.
Manufactured By – Virgin Dischi S.R.L.
Marketed By – Virgin Dischi S.R.L.
Recorded At – Can Studio
David Sylvian & Holger Czukay, Plight & Premonition Full Album Tracklist: 01. Plight The spiralling of Winter Ghosts 0:00 - 18:34 02. Premonition 18: & Premonition is the first of two collaborative albums by English musician David Sylvian and German musician Holger Czukay. It was released in March 1988. Czukay had come to prominence in the 1960s with the experimental rock group Can, while Sylvian's had been the frontman of the UK new wave group Japan. The music on Plight is ambient, making extensive use of 'found sounds' from a variety of non-traditional sources. It consists of two instrumental tracks, both of which are over 15 minutes long. When David Sylvian set about making his first solo album, 1984s Brilliant Trees, he enlisted a handful of former collaborators, including Yellow Magic Orchestra co-founder Ryuichi Sakamoto as well as his Japan bandmates Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri. The most crucial contributions, though, came from an artist with whom he had never worked before: Holger Czukay. Surprisingly, Sylvians interest in the German artists work derived not from the latters tenure in the pioneering krautrock band Can but from his solo albums, particularly his 1979 release Movies. Mutability A New Beginning Is in the Offing - David Sylvian, Holger Czukay. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. David Sylvian & Holger Czukay - Premonition Giant Empty Iron Vessel. David Sylvian & Holger Czukay - Flux A Big, Bright, Colourful World. David Sylvian & Holger Czukay - Mutability A New Beginning Is In The Offing. This is a collaboration between David Sylvian, frontman for Japan, and Holger Czukay, the bassist for Can. Track Listing. 참조: Plight & Premonition, CD, Album, CDVE 11. This is dark minimal ambient and quite superb. Disc 2 of 'Gone to Earth' showed that Sylvian was adept at instrumental ambient but this went further into territory almost uninhabited by conventional musical notions at least notions held by the majority of his 'Japan' era fans. The first piece is dark and dessicated, tension ebbs and flows, fragmentary and elusive. The second piece is warmer, less threatening,. Listen free to David Sylvian & Holger Czukay Plight & Premonition Plight the spiralling of winter ghosts, Premonition giant empty iron vessel. 2 tracks 34:51. He went solo in 1984 with the album Brilliant Trees. A regular collaborator since 'Brilliant Trees' is German bassist Holger Czukay, co-founder of the group Can. Plight & Premonition Venture, 1988 grew out of two winter nights in Köln, and it's an experience just as chill and bleak as that origin suggests. Czukay had invited the singer to Can's old studio for the recordings that would become his solo album Rome Remains Rome Virgin, 1987. Sylvian didn't appear on the album in the end, but at least it set their collaboration in motion. Things simply grew in the most natural of ways Sylvian began idly coaxing drones out of a pump organ during some free time, some natural improvisations followed, and their unplanned session kept dri. Plight and Premonition is an excellent and instantly identifiable album that should be listened to on dark swelteringly hot nights. Entirely instrumental, but unlike its successor - this one is far more atmospheric and has a lot more depth and feel to it. And unlike most collaborations this sounds split 5050 right down the middle in terms of input and resulting sound
Albums Similar to David Sylvian + Holger Czukay - Plight & Premonition