Ryota Mikami - The Love Decorated with Flowers
The Love Decorated with Flowers
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Ryota Mikamiの3rd EP。カバーアートは写真家シャルロット・デュマ。1分の楽曲群で「永遠」「無限」「サイクル」を表現する、をコンセプトに制作。自身の声の多重録音と様々なジャンルのサンプリングを使い、夢の中のようなサウンドを作った。7曲入り。
3rd EP of Ryota Mikami. Cover art by Charlotte Dumas. Based on the concept of Expressing "Infinity", "Eternity" and "Cycle" by 7 songs of one minute. He created a dreamlike sound using overdubbing of his own voices and many samplings of various genres. 7 songs included.
Title：The Love Decorated with Flowers
All songs written by Ryota Mikami
Presented by Vegetable Record
01. Black on Grey
02. White Day
03. Love Decorated with Flowers Lying
04. In the Relationship Between Urban Life and Food
05. Eternity in an Hour
06. Rest Makes Up a Great Part of Their Days and Nights
07. Endless Column
"The Love Decorated with Flowers" contains samples of "Piano Aquieu" by Stars of the Lid, "String Quartet #10 In E Flat, Op. 125 1, D 87 - 1. Allegro Piu Moderato" by Franz Peter Schubert, Alban Berg Quartet, "All Night Baby" by The Robins, "Two Arabesques - Arabesque No.1 Andantino con moto" by Claude Debussy, Anders Miolin, "Her Majesty" by The Beatles, "Heart Door (with Dolly Parton)" by Paula Cole, "The Candy-Peddling Song" by Lee Xianglan, "Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467: II. Andante" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Friedrich Gulda, Claudio Abbado & Wiener Philharmoniker, "Tell Laura I Love Her" by Ray Peterson, "I Only Have Eyes for You (Dames)" by The Flamingos, "Fireworks" by Igor Stravinsky, Pierre Boulez & Chicago Symphony Orchestra, "1M1" by Paul McCartney, "TV's Improvisation" by Duke Ellington, "I Love Every Little Thing About You" by Stevie Wonder, "Mambo Bacan" by Sophia Loren, Orchestra Armando Trovajoli, "Melting" by Kali Uchis, "I’m the One" by Van Halen, "Martha" Tom Waits, "Beck's Bolero" by Jeff Beck and "Piano Trio #7 In B Flat, Op. 97, Archduke - 3. Andante Cantabile" by Ludwig van Beethoven, Artur Rubinstein, Jascha Heifetz, Emanuel Feuermann.
Song titles is inspired by "Mark Rothko's painting", "Simon Fujiwara's exhibition", "Gordon Matta-Clark's review", "William Blake's poem", "Charlotte Dumas's interview" and "Constantin Brâncuşi's sculpture".