Motohiko Hamase - #Notes Of Forestry
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 20020
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Motohiko Hamase - #Notes Of Forestry

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    For the latest release in their ongoing "Esplande Series" focusing on the work of Japanese ambient minimalists, Swiss reissue specialists WRWTFWW have decided to deliver a new edition of Motohiko Hamase's rather good - but very hard to find - 1988 release "Notes of Forestry". It remains a remarkable work, sitting somewhere between the fluid and heavenly electronics of new age ambient, the cyclical minimalist movements of Steve Reich, free-jazz and the kind of free-wheeling, loose-limbed works most often associated with experimental percussionists. Hamase is a bass player by trade, and its' his fast-fingered fretless bass playing that catches the ear throughout (though it by no means dominates the sound space).

    Side 1
    1. "Notes Of Forestry" (6:15)
    2. "Pascal" (7:47)
    Side 2
    1. "Sprial For Multiple Instruments" (8:07)
    2. "Nude" (17:14)

    For the latest release in their ongoing "Esplande Series" focusing on the work of Japanese ambient minimalists, Swiss reissue specialists WRWTFWW have decided to deliver a new edition of Motohiko Hamase's rather good - but very hard to find - 1988 release "Notes of Forestry". It remains a remarkable work, sitting somewhere between the fluid and heavenly electronics of new age ambient, the cyclical minimalist movements of Steve Reich, free-jazz and the kind of free-wheeling, loose-limbed works most often associated with experimental percussionists. Hamase is a bass player by trade, and its' his fast-fingered fretless bass playing that catches the ear throughout (though it by no means dominates the sound space).

    Side 1
    1. "Notes Of Forestry" (6:15)
    2. "Pascal" (7:47)
    Side 2
    1. "Sprial For Multiple Instruments" (8:07)
    2. "Nude" (17:14)