"in my Time" is the second album from Takahiro Kido, composer/member of Anoice and RiLF.
It contains some masterpieces of chamber music such as "Glitch," which Ryuichi Sakamoto admires, "Where Time Goes" which Sylvain Chauveau eulogized, "no Brakes," which was used in the installation art by Ukrainian art unit SYN performed at Moscow International Biennale, and some electric music such as "Overdrive," which was used as the background music of "Tanzbrucke 2011," a ballet permed at the Janáček Theatre in the Czech Republic.
This beautiful album was made by three pianos: a grand piano at a concert hall, Takahiro Kido's own upright piano, and another upright piano at an art event space, as well as stringed instruments such as violin and viola.
All of this, packaged in beautiful artwork from Takahiro Kido and the UK-based art unit NEON O'CLOCK WORKS.
For fans of modern-classical music such as Max Richter and Jóhann Jóhannsson.
released June 10, 2007
produced by Ricco Label
all tracks composed by Takahiro Kido
track.5 by Yuki Murata
Takahiro Kido : piano, programming, glockenspiel, organ, accordion
Yuki Murata : piano, karimba, voice
Jyunko Tabira : violin
Utaka Fujiwara : viola, music box
Takahiro Matsue : bass, tenor sax
Tadashi Yoshikawa, drums , percussion
Hideharu Masai, programming
recorded & mixed by Takahiro Kido
mastered by Hideharu Masai
photo by Takahiro Kido, NEON O'CLOCK WORKS
art direction & design by Takahiro Kido
official website fleursy.com/takahirokido