Pocket Symphony | Air
Ten years, Air has been accompanying us for ten years. When Philippe, one of my french friend, has quit listening to them in the period of “Moon Safari” and “10,000 Hz Legend”, my endearment for Air has sustained until this “Pocket Symphony”. It is with no doubt that “Pocket Symphony” is back to the profound quality of the context of film and thickness of romance, meanwhile we got Jarvis Jocker in “One Hell of a Party” and Neil Hannon in “Somewhere Between Waking and Sleeping”. What’s more, the Eastern music element has infiltrated through the music in which the delicate arrangement of Japanese Koto and Sanshin sound brightly. Nowithstanding all of the above, my heart could not be impacted anyway. “Pocket Symphony” is tacitly like a pocket size of symphony in which everything is precise and light for being digested instantly. However, the taste, is just so-so, which can be just categorized as ordinary meditation music.
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