アメリカ音楽、ウェストコーストとか イーストコースト リズム&ブルースとかニグロブルースとか音がすごく微妙で 音階が微妙で難しい。 そんな音に比べて イギリス人の造る音楽は
ロキシーのあと ソロになって アルバムも10枚ぐらいはだしたか？ミッキーロークの
音的には、リズムとシンセを使ってるんでしょうか すこし太い音が ロキシーよりはいい・・。曲のおしゃれ感と リズミカルなダンスミュージックって感じの しかも少し悲しい。そんな感じの音、フインキはパリ的な ヨーロッパのパーティーの
歌って難しくって やっぱ、曲にあってる歌い方 声質があるので 売れようと思って 自分なりにいいものを作ろうと思うと 自分の声質に合った 音とかメロディーを持ってくる・・・。それが いろんなタイプに分かれて どうしてもその歌手には不似合いな音がある反面、
■サディスティックミカバンド 高中がこんなおしゃれってか メキシカン？
そういうわけで いまだに”アヴァロン”が すっき！
For glam music, Roxy Music’s “Bryan Ferry” is good.
I loved glam rock.
When it comes to glam rock, I liked Roxy Music among the music made by British people. Just like David Bowie was in the same era, and the music is quite similar. Psychedelic music? glam rock? Roxy sound?
Glam rock is pretty easy to listen to.
American music, West Coast, East Coast, Rhythm & Blues, Negro Blues, the sounds are very subtle, and the scale is subtle and difficult. Compared to that kind of sound, the music made by British people is pop and easy to understand like the Beatles or the Stones. Bryan Ferry is a member of Roxy Music and he is in charge of keyboards. I guess he does everything, but when he came to Japan, I went to see him, and he was playing with a keyboard like he had a shoulder bag like a guitar. For that reason, Roxy’s sound also sounds like a keyboard sound.
“I like Avalon.”
After Roxy, became a solo artist and released about 10 albums? After the song was used in Mickey Rourke’s movie “Nine Half”, he became famous as a solo artist. I mean, it’s become very well known in Japan. Four or five albums from “Avalon” from around this time are good.
I like the sound that makes you feel like you’re in Europe.
In terms of sound, I wonder if they use rhythm and synths, and the slightly thicker sound is better than Roxy’s… The fashion sense of the song and her feeling of rhythmic dance music and she is a little sad. That kind of sound, Huinki’s Parisian girlfriend is European party dance music, but it’s a bit dark, and the singing style is like a Spanish-style European sad vocal. Julio Iglesias’s way of singing, vibrato.
The song should suit the individual who sings it.
It’s difficult to sing, after all, I have a singing style that fits the song, and I have a voice quality, so when I think about making something good in my own way to sell, I bring in sounds and melodies that match my voice quality… He is divided into various types, and while he has a sound that doesn’t suit the singer, there are songs that can’t be sung unless that person’s voice quality is unique. In a culture where only folk songs are available in the countryside, even if people say you’re good at singing, you’re just good at singing folk songs. . That feeling is a song. Maybe Bryan Ferry is like the Beatles when he sings without vibrato and he’s not very funny. Vibrato He’s really good and he’s still singing in an old castle in Europe. In the case of Bryan Ferry, the music sound that fits it would be her dance music that is a bit sad in a ballroom style. Rather than at a live house, where he plays operas and cantones, he used wood-type instruments, and he gathered musicians who were subtly good at slow rhythms and held concerts. The charm of Bryan Ferry is that he makes music that fits this place or Huink and he sings that song.
Sadistic Mika Band toured with Roxy.
In Japan, long ago, Kazuhiko Kato’s Mika Band performed with Roxy on their European debut. Also, Mika Band had a huge influence on European pop music. Kazuhiko Kato is amazing! It feels like Yukihiro Takahashi, who was in charge of drums at that time, seems to have been influenced by Roxy, and somehow he resembles Bryan Ferry’s singing style, and Yukihiro Takahashi’s vocals are stylish and nice. In the latter half of YMO, Yukihiro Takahashi’s vocals were fully open, but he was good. After that, he became a vocalist for many Gakkun-type visual kei rock bands. This is also nice and stylish, but… It also divides him into Bowie and Roxy. I wonder if Bowie’s looks are a little better.
That’s why he’s still “Avalon” but he’s cool!