|A||Red Guitar (Full Length Version)
Written-By – Sylvian*
|B||Forbidden Colours (Version)
Written-By – Sylvian • Sakamoto*
|601 311, 601 311-213||David Sylvian||Red Guitar (12", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||601 311, 601 311-213||Europe||1984|
|VS 633-12, VS633-12||David Sylvian||Red Guitar (12", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||VS 633-12, VS633-12||Australia||1984|
|VS 633-12, VS633-12||David Sylvian||Red Guitar (12", Single, Promo)||Virgin, Virgin||VS 633-12, VS633-12||Australia||1984|
|VINX 60||David Sylvian||Red Guitar (12")||Virgin||VINX 60||Italy||1984|
|106 426, 106 426-100||David Sylvian||Red Guitar (7", Single)||Virgin, Virgin||106 426, 106 426-100||Europe||1984|
Brilliant Trees is the first solo album by the British singer-songwriter David Sylvian, released in 1984. The album peaked at number 4 on the UK Albums Chart and has been certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies. Produced by Sylvian with Steve Nye, it was his first full-length release after the break-up of his band Japan in December 1982 (though former Japan members Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri both appear on the album).
David Sylvian - Red Guitar. Artist: David Sylvian. Album: Brilliant Trees (Remastered 2003), 2003. I've just started new channel and I'm gonna be uploading a ton of 80's songs! Check my channel out!
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David Sylvian's 2003 solo album, his first since Dead Bees On a Cake. It was the debut release for his own Samadhi Sound label. David set aside a month to write and record the album while taking a break from the project that he and his brother, Steve Jansen, are currently working on. He has created an impromptu suite of songs for guitar, electronics and voice. The compositions were crafted from improvisational sessions captured live in the studio. Working almost entirely alone David has created an emotionally raw, minimal work, of immediacy and stark beauty.