yousei suzuki - the scene from a frame (album preview) by Experimedia published on 2013/03/07 17:54:54 +0000 *Excerpts from the album. Now available from Experimedia.net.* Scissor Tail Records first made a name for itself last year with Bruce Langhorne's "The Hired Hand" which was originally a soundtrack for Peter Fonda's directorial debut of the same name. It established a precedent for unique and intimate recordings and that's exactly what "The Scene From a Frame," the new cassette by Japanese musician Yousei Suzuki, exists as. Suzuki presents 12 acoustic pieces, each live and captured in a single take. Naturally, flawed notes and missteps in timing take place, and in fact there's more of those on "The Scene From a Frame" than you would expect because Suzuki's approach freely incorporates broken zithers and wrongly strung guitars. Suzuki aptly illustrates that's all part of the charm and seduction of live, spontaneous music. – Ryan Potts, Experimedia Yousei Suzuki is a young steel string guitarist from Osaka Japan. 'The Scene From A Frame' is the follow up album to his release on Senri Records last year entitled 'Broken Woods & Some Prayers'. A continuation of his experimentations with broken guitars, zither, and piano. The songs on this album were all recorded either live or in one take. Housed in screen printed hand numbered Bradpaks in Edition of 100. The first 50 copies sold come with a one of a kind print. No two copies alike.