T-cophony | Sharing the emotion (Original Version)

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Sharing the emotion (Original Version)

by T-cophony

That famous album of T-cophony which was out of print has finally come back as a re-release edition!
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. cycling road
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2:24 album only
2. windy day
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2:26 album only
3. april rider
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2:52 album only
4. another future
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3:16 album only
5. sleepwalker
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2:39 album only
6. after rain
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1:30 album only
7. vacillate
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2:41 album only
8. alone
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2:31 album only
9. chandler
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1:49 album only
10. recreation
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1:43 album only
11. cumulonimbus
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2:21 album only
12. when fall asleep
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3:15 album only
13. way home
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3:44 album only
14. november wind
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3:37 album only
15. midnight sea
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3:12 album only
16. cold noise
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2:57 album only
17. wanderer
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3:23 album only
18. twilight
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1:35 album only
19. chandler (solo acoustic)
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2:00 album only
20. cycling road (solo acoustic)
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2:29 album only
21. april rider (solo acoustic)
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2:37 album only
22. after rain (solo acoustic)
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1:31 album only
23. deja vu (solo acoustic)
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2:37 album only
24. clear day in may (solo acoustic)
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2:17 album only
25. can't reach again (solo acoustic)
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2:43 album only
26. stone (solo acoustic)
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2:53 album only
27. new encounter (solo acoustic)
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1:51 album only
28. the season (solo acoustic)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes

After he released three indie’s albums and sold them by mail order in 2006 to 2007, he had a great deal of response. This album which was re-released once in 2008 by the label, is a compilation of his work where he has selected the famous songs from those three albums. As it was his first album which was sold nationwide, he received a lot of attention in Japan at that time. However, unfortunately its production was discontinued in 2010, so it became very hard to find in anywhere, not even online. But this time, it came back again with available only through mail order.

In addition, it includes a lot of solo songs (with only one acoustic guitar) as the bonus track (From 19th to -28th). As it contains not only the demo song which was uploaded on YouTube, but also the songs which have never been released, his fans will be so glad. .
The main contents (1st to 18th) are a little different from the version which was re-released in 2008.
Also T-cophony did all the mastering by himself this time.

Because the sound source is the same as the previous version which he recorded on his own in 2005 to 2007, it could sound a little rough compared to his recent albums such as "2009-2002" and "Unknown Coloration". However it’s rather powerful and enjoyable.
As he originally started creating his music for himself to listen to as a BGM, the album contains the songs which T-cophony is especially emotionally involved with. He says that “Among them, "Sleepwalker" and "When fall asleep" are the best” and he explained that the reason the contents are a little different from the last one is the result of trying to keep a balance as a whole album and to get closer to his favorites.


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