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David Sylvian
CD Reviews
Brilliant Trees/Words With The Shaman
Review by Steve Alspach
With the demise of Japan (the band, not the nation, y’all), David Sylvian launched his solo career with Brilliant Trees. Some of the songs still have a dated feel to them, but it shows Sylvian to branch out musically.
Secrets of The Beehive
Review by Steve Alspach
After the ambient efforts of Gone to Earth, Secrets of the Beehive found David Sylvian in a warm, almost romantic mood.
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