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T-Cophony : Stubborn Ears Forbidden
  • Artist: T-Cophony
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884502049145
  • Item #: CDBY204914
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/2/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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T-Cophony : Stubborn Ears Forbidden on CD

At the young age of twenty-two,'T-Cophony' the acoustic guitarist who thrills the audience by playing two acoustic guitars at the same time, or showing an incredible speed of the play releases his 2nd album. In this album, in addition to those techniques, there are full of songs with beautiful melodies. The first song 'Summer train', as the title shows, can be a great BGM for the scenery of such a beautiful sea from the train window with dry air in summer. In the third song 'cycling road', the tripping phrases with mixed sounds of the acoustic guitar and the digital sound take you into the deep part of the song. The finest part is such an incredible speed of the play. He plays so fast that you may not believe that he is really playing the acoustic guitar. 'Friendless'(the seventh song) attracts with the double neck acoustic guitar. It 's performed by two acoustic guitars in the lives. In contrast, the ballad 'fairy tale'(the eleventh song) has a Japanese taste, producing a particular atmosphere with the acoustic guitar. All 18 songs are created by a wide range of varieties from the hard number to the sentimental ballad, making an appeal of the free style, not only acoustic. What I really would like to recommend is the sixteenth song, 'wanderer', which is completed as a magnificent ballad. The climax in the latter half appears to be a touching scene of a movie. I would love to have many people listen to this album, in which you can always find a right song for any scenery. --U&K.