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Artist: HIRANO, GO
Title: Corridor of Daylights
Format: CD
Label: PSF
Country: Japan
Price: $20.00
Go Hirano (piano, pianica, glockenspiel, accordion, windchimes, thumb piano, percussion, voice, etc). "Its been a long time coming, but Go Hiranos stunning new album has finally been released. Hirano is known as a sometime White Heaven collaborator, renowned expert on Canadian psychedelia and acid folk, and ultra-sensitive sound artist. His previous two albums on PSF have wound lo-fi wisps of fragile piano melody and bell chime around nagging, sometimes subtly unsettling field recording techniques. Corridor of Daylights resurrects the absolutely exquisite instrumental palette of his second, Reflection of Dreams (PSF 071). It is a dreamy walk along insubstantial, lysergic paths where all-too breakable souls breathe shallowly and insects hum in sympathetic resonance. An almost flawless album of touching late-night psychedelics." - Alan Cummings.

Artist: HIRANO, GO
Title: Distance
Format: LP
Label: PSF
Country: Japan
Price: $34.00
"The first Go Hirano album, only issued on vinyl, from 1995. Last available copies and long o/p elsewhere. Curious, beautifully produced violin, guitar and electronics improvisations, vaguely referable to the Organum school of music." Highly Recommended!
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Artist: HIRANO, GO
Title: Reflection of Dreams
Format: CD
Label: PSF
Country: Japan
Price: $20.00
2nd album for PSF, that is nearly an all-solo affair, with Hirano playing piano, pianica, organ, windchime, glockenspiel, percussion, voice. "...a compilation of 14 short tracks recorded between 1990 and 1995. There is a genuine late-night quality to most of the tracks -- delicate, almost hesitant in places, gorgeously lyrical in others -- a real contrast to the buzzing harshness of his last album. Id almost be tempted to use the word ambient to describe a lot of this album, but that word has become particularly debased of late... and besides, there is a quality of surreal, dreamlike naivete to Hiranos works thats thousands of miles away from most purveyors of fleaty textures... puzzling, but good." --Alan Cummings.

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