[Neoclassical] Concerto Moon / Norifumi Shima
#61
^Toya was also in Blue Stealer!
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#62
That's true, but I grouped Blue Stealer along with Volfeed and Red-rum, since that seems to be more related to Tomoko Yamamoto. Tongue
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#63
You should almost just have the thread title "Concerto Moon" and have the other bands/projects mentioned in the first post instead (esp. if they haven't released a full-length or anything). I don't think I'd ever have more than two in the title. It looks really cumbersome/ugly otherwise.
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#64
It helps with searching a particular band or musician. That's how we'll rank on Google. I agree that it gets overkill after a while. I'll probably cut it down and split some threads. I mean, most of this stuff is niche to the outside world. It's fine to devote threads to obscure bands.
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#65
I complained a number of times about Takao Ozaki's vocals being way too low in the mix on the 'The End Of The Beginning' live album, but after listening to it again a couple of times, I have to alter my opinion. The real problem is that Shima is so ridiculously loud in the mix that it overpowers the rest. The few times that Shima doesn't play, everything else is in perfect balance.
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#66
I noticed that the Walkure Records Twitter account has been retweeting a few Concerto Moon tweets, wonder if they've signed with them? They're not listed on their artists page though.
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(04-21-2017, 03:55 AM)Agonymph Wrote: I complained a number of times about Takao Ozaki's vocals being way too low in the mix on the 'The End Of The Beginning' live album, but after listening to it again a couple of times, I have to alter my opinion. The real problem is that Shima is so ridiculously loud in the mix that it overpowers the rest. The few times that Shima doesn't play, everything else is in perfect balance.
The Live Concerto mix is better.
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#68
Decided to cut down on the excessive bands. This would still be a viable thread for discussing Zenith and Crystal Clear, as both bands led to the formation of Concerto Moon.
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#69
One of the best Concerto Moon songs. This was sadly an outtake that was used on their 1999 live album. It would have easily fit From Father to Son, going by its tone. Really grandiose Stratovarius vibes on this one. Did you know that moons cry?


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#70
It seems that every time I get another Concerto Moon CD added to my collection, there's a guarantee of at least one song on it that will knock my socks off. It's not just the case of being good itself, but being so brilliantly composed and/or performed, and I just can't get enough of them for that. After the Double Cross is even tighter than some of the albums before it, and I really like Takashi Inoue more this time around. Not sure if it was due to his style of vocals being a grower, but I believe that he was still evolving as a singer since he'd joined the band in the early 2000s.


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