Jacket:VG+/EX (great condition) w/booklet, outer case (complete)
Akira Inoue, one of genius musicians in Japan, who has been involved in a wide range of activities for many years, including composing/arranging for famous artists, music for media such as movies, TV, a wide range of solo works that have been accepted even by the core audience, such as Karsavina. This work is a collaborative work of music and art created in 1986 called "Tokyo Installation". A total of 12 tracks created with the theme of a different dimension of ethnic music that combines modern Japanese music centered on the koto and contemporary rock, which were influenced at the tim. It's all instrumental, in particular "Runway Lights" which Inoue expanded from the instrumental demo tape of Shogo Hamada's composition with his own interpretation and spun out and echoed with Hideo Yamaki's balafon and Tsuyoshi Kon's guitar, "Pointille’City" depicts a sparkling sound image created using a minimal musical method with effective intonation, "On The Shore", a down-tempo style inspired by water such as rivers and lakes that uses the sound of water as a material, and closing track "Station Only For Myself", a lyrical instrumental ballad composed by Yutaka Ozaki, are Impressive. This album has been highlighted as a work featuring Bill Bruford of King Crimson, Shogo Hamada and Yutaka Ozaki (both are very famous mejour artist), but once again, think it is an artistic work made possible by Inoue's ship. Beautiful original copy with booklet.