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Pianos. What is it at the moment with bloody pianos? Anybody would think they were the cornerstone of popular music. Who do pianos think they are? I'll Rachmaninov you ya little Satie! Grrrr! I'd like to know what makes Max Richter so cool but not Richard Clayderman or Barry Manilow. And David Gray. He plays a piano doesn't he? And he can wobble his head around like a demented thing in time to his ...

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Polaroid Piano by Akira Kosemura
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 26 November 2009
Pianos. What is it at the moment with bloody pianos? Anybody would think they were the cornerstone of popular music. Who do pianos think they are? I'll Rachmaninov you ya little Satie! Grrrr! I'd like to know what makes Max Richter so cool but not Richard Clayderman or Barry Manilow. And David Gray. He plays a piano doesn't he? And he can wobble his head around like a demented thing in time to his ivory terrorizing too. Can Yann Tiersen do that? Bet not, the big soundtracky twat. Akira Kosemura is a fine Japanese piano tinkler who does a similar melancholy thing to those others, like Broderick & Nils Frahm too, very fragile, wispy & loaded with quiet regret, this is the sound of somber Japan. And it's called 'Polaroid Piano' so you can have your feelings evoked twice over. In a charming digipak through Someone Good.

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