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Japan: Ryerson Theatre, Toronto

Live Review by Rosalind Russell, Record Mirror, January 1980

WEST OF JAPAN ...

Japan: The Part Of Arties

Interview by Betty Page, Sounds, June 1981

LIFE WITHIN buildings: being shut in a dimly-lit, secluded studio with David Sylvian. Sounds like a scenario straight out of a Nipponese schoolgirl's fantasy, but ...

Japan: Tin Drum (Virgin)

Review by Paul Morley, NME, November 1981

Once upon a record there was a wonderful land where nothing nasty happened and sad beautiful boys lived... ...

David Sylvian: Melancholy Baby

Interview by Ian Penman, NME, January 1982

MELANCHOLY PROPS up his head and whispers, half to himself and half to me... ...

David Sylvian: Journeys Into The Interior

Profile and Interview by Biba Kopf, NME, August 1984

FOR ONE who seems so still David Sylvian is constantly on the move. ...

Japan: Exorcising Ghosts (Virgin)

Review by Richard Cook, NME, December 1984

THIS WAS, after all, one of the stranger groups of musicians who went the route of pop's long march. ...

David Sylvian

Retrospective and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, April 1999

He was the sensitive soul who fronted south London’s dodgiest glam-rockers, the World’s Most Lovely Man who chose tortured sainthood, pop’s preening popinjay who reinvented ...

Various Artists: Dawn Of Electronica

Review by Stephen Dalton, Uncut, July 2000

Founding fathers of technopop come together in electro land ...

David Sylvian: Everything And Nothing

Review by Ian Penman, Uncut, November 2000

COLLECTED OUEVRE of Japan's finest ...

David Sylvian

Profile and Interview by Chris Roberts, Uncut, October 2003

So, David Sylvian, you live halfway up a mountain in New England?"That's the way it is", laughs the singer (and yes, he does laugh. Asked ...

see also David Sylvian

see also Mick Karn

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