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  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B003XOT4XY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

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It is a concert of music geared around a science-fiction theme, designed to tell a science-fiction story in sound.
Richard C. August
SO, if you truly want to experience something that will thrill and amaze you, yet leave you completely unable to explain it other that saying 'oh wow,' get this CD.
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TOMITA has released Six New (Super Audio) SACDs in Discrete 4 Channel Sound - the very definition of QUADRAPHONIC!!
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Format: Audio CD
June 2014 Major Update!

This is my CLASSICAL TOMITA GUIDE with REVIEWS and QUALITY COMPARISONS, but first I have some Exciting News for you! TOMITA has released Six New (Super Audio) SACDs in Discrete 4 Channel Sound - the very definition of QUADRAPHONIC!! (so much better than the Surround Sound you hear while watching DVDs or TV.) The three Classical re-releases are CLAIR DE LUNE (SNOWFLAKES ARE DANCING), PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION, and THE PLANETS!! These are almost like totally new albums. Mr. TOMITA himself did new sounds, music, and multi-track mixes for most of the original tracks on CLAIR DE LUNE and PLANETS. He even created some totally new tracks! All the SACDs are Hybrids (playable on any player) and the DSD (Direct-Stream Digital) tracks are very clean, with pure bright highs and deep powerful bass.

* * * * * * * * *

CLASSICAL TOMITA GUIDE with REVIEWS

In TOMITA's music I have found serene beauty, relaxation, landscapes of wonder, mysterious spaces, thrilling excitement, fascinating dimensions, inspiration, and some fun. The music he creates is more natural, mellow, and rich, with more depth, color, imagery, feeling, and thought than any other synthesized music I have ever heard. He makes classical music come alive, with never before seen, heard, or felt images and sounds.

As a person who began collecting TOMITA and other electronic music when I was 19 in 1979, plus the original symphony orchestra versions of the classical music that TOMITA used, I hope you consider me qualified to create the following list of TOMITA albums and review them as well. Thank you all so much for the votes.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By sunspot42x on January 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The second half drags a bit, and there's his impossibly cheezy homage to Close Encounters to deal with, but no other electronic music of this period sounded quite as overwhelming and lush. His high-tech take on Prokofiev is moving, and the album as a whole is cleverly sequenced to tell a somewhat goofy but occasionally quite eerie story of alien visitors. I'm amazed nobody ever produced a film - or at least an animated work - based on this disc.

I wish RCA would get around to releasing this on SACD or DVD-A. It was originally recorded for playback on 5(!) speakers - pyramid sound, with one speaker overhead - and would sound incredible as a multichannel disc today.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Kilduff on October 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
If you are a fan of Tomita this may be his best work. For those of you that have never heard of him I feel sorry for you. He was a one man orchestra. He remade older and newer classical pieces with keyboards and synthesizers.

Sadly this CD is very pricey do to the fact that IT is a very hard to find import. For some reason they never released it and half of his other albums in the USA, on CD. I wish I knew why. Lost classics. Get them all anyway you can find them.

He paints soundscapes unlike anything you have ever heard. IT is a journey into other worlds. Turn of the lights and let it take you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BENJAMIN MILER on April 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The Bermuda Triangle proved that Tomita still was capable of making great electronic versions of classical music even in 1979. Here in the United States, RCA's classical division, Red Seal had the LP pressed on colored vinyl, that is pink, blue, or standard black. I happen to own the blue vinyl pressing, which I think really compliments the predominately blue cover artwork. Here, he continues on the space theme of his previous two albums, Kosmos and The Planets, this time mainly focusing on Prokofiev, although some Sibelius and even John Williams are featured here. Somewhere you get treated with this strange sound that's supposed to give you a message if you use some system called TARBEL (this sounds oddly a whole lot like the cassette storage system of the TI-99/4A home computer). The spacy feel is totally intact throughout this album, and there are some experimental passages that go in between the pieces. And you also get treated with his version of the theme of Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind, keeping with the space/UFO theme of the album. The cover depicted a theory as to what happened in the Bermuda Triangle, with all those airplanes and ships disappearing (including the fighter planes that disappered off Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in December 1945, the album depicts one of the pilots in love with an alien mermaid). Musically, this is truly Tomita at the top of his game, and certainly one of the greats of electronic music. A must have album!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff N VINE VOICE on April 2, 2008
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June 2014 Major Update!

This is my CLASSICAL TOMITA GUIDE with REVIEWS and QUALITY COMPARISONS, but first I have some Exciting News for you! TOMITA has released Six New (Super Audio) SACDs in Discrete 4 Channel Sound - the very definition of QUADRAPHONIC!! (so much better than the Surround Sound you hear while watching DVDs or TV). The three Classical re-releases are CLAIR DE LUNE (SNOWFLAKES ARE DANCING), PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION, and THE PLANETS!! These are almost like totally new albums. Mr. TOMITA himself did new sounds, music, and multi-track mixes for most of the original tracks on CLAIR DE LUNE and PLANETS. He even created some totally new tracks! All the SACDs are Hybrids (playable on any player) and the DSD (Direct-Stream Digital) tracks are very clean, with pure bright highs and deep powerful bass.

* * * * * * * * *

CLASSICAL TOMITA GUIDE with REVIEWS

In TOMITA's music I have found serene beauty, relaxation, landscapes of wonder, mysterious spaces, thrilling excitement, fascinating dimensions, inspiration, and some fun. The music he creates is more natural, mellow, and rich, with more depth, color, imagery, feeling, and thought than any other synthesized music I have ever heard. He makes classical music come alive, with never before seen, heard, or felt images and sounds.

As a person who began collecting TOMITA and other electronic music when I was 19 in 1979, plus the original symphony orchestra versions of the classical music that TOMITA used, I hope you consider me qualified to create the following list of TOMITA albums and review them as well. Thank you all so much for the votes.

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