Tracklist
1
Face A
1.
Hotel Meguro
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
03:38
2.
Neon City
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
03:46
3.
Electric Mirror
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
04:05
4.
Chi No Oto
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
02:26
Face B
1.
The Third Bridge at Nakameguro
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
03:13
2.
Lazaro
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
04:11
3.
Yoyogi Reset
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
03:43
4.
Insomnia (feat. Guti)
FRANCESCO TRISTANO - Gabriel Podliszewsky, Guti
04:34
2
Face A
1.
Cafe Shinjuku (feat. Michel Portal)
FRANCESCO TRISTANO, Michel Portal
03:06
2.
Pakuchi (feat. U-zhaan)
FRANCESCO TRISTANO, U-zhaan
04:40
3.
Akasaka Interlude
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
02:09
4.
Nogisaka
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
02:08
Face B
1.
Ginza Reprise
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
03:09
2.
Bokeh Tomorrow (feat. Hiroshi Watanabe)
FRANCESCO TRISTANO - Hiroshi Watanabe
03:36
3.
Kusakabe-san
FRANCESCO TRISTANO
04:35
Information

  • Artist : Francesco Tristano
  • Format : 2 x 12" (180g)
  • CountryFrance
  • GenresClassicalElectro
  • Pressing550 Copies
  • Estimated delivery dateSeptember 2019
Description

The new album “Tokyo Stories” captures Francesco Tristano’s deeply held admiration for the city in 16 original compositions for piano, synthesizers and electronics. The album reflects his long personal connection to Tokyo, with each piece or ‘story’ crystallizing experiences that range from the profound to the happily serendipitous.

Composed by Tristano and recorded primarily in Tokyo, the album features a variety of guest artists on several tracks, including the Japanese musicians U-zhaan, Keiichiro Shibuya and Hiroshi Watanabe, Argentine electronic artist Guti and legendary French musician Michel Portal.

Francesco Tristano
Germany

Luxembourg-born pianist Francesco Tristano tours the world performing baroque and contemporary repertoire; records dance tracks for electronic music labels whilst continuing with his ambitious project of recording all of Johann Sebastian Bach’s piano repertoire; and makes albums woven from his own personal stories in which he explores the sensibility and tonal richness of the piano.

Tristano’s big leap took place in 2011, when he was signed by Deutsche Grammophon, with whom he recorded three programmes inspired by his ascent as a concert pianist of international acclaim.

In 2017, Francesco Tristano began his collaboration with Sony Classical, focusing his efforts on releasing his own work in a new phase as a recording artist.

And still, at the edge of the horizon, Francesco Tristano’s great life project, the one he will never abandon, continues to takes shape: to record Johann Sebastian’s Bach complete repertoire. As Berg said, “music is music”, and Bach will always be there because he was the only creator ever to transcend it.