That’s because I played them as I drifted off to sleep, and then played them again as soon as I woke up the next morning. (lol)
I seem to recall particularly liking the track Itsuka Mata…
These albums were released simultaneously, but the way they were recorded is different.
tsutsumi was recorded in a concert hall using one-point recording, which captured the groove and power of a live performance.
warabe was recorded in a studio, so you can enjoy the subtleties of sound crafted in that environment.
The piece I liked as a child, Itsuka Mata, is featured on both albums. So I think it’s fun to listen to and compare the two versions.
I don’t think it’s an exaggeration for me to say that I was brought up by these two albums. They brainwashed me (lol), telling me over and over to “Join Kodo!”
I hope you’ll listen to both of them!
Album | tsutsumi
↓Listen to sample tracks
↓Buy at Kodo Online Store
Album | warabe
↓Buy at Kodo Online Store (Japanese)
*English store listing coming soon!