Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Yoshiki/Sugizo Dahlia Solo Intro



Looked at this while video-surfing for work and had an impossible urge to share it.

When this happened that night, my heart throbbed so much in exhilaration I almost couldn't breathe.

Sugizo's violin's always so tragic, so beautiful. There's a certain haunting beauty in the despair and tension of the sounds that I really love. To experience it live was something so incredibly amazing it's indescribable in words.

13 comments :

Efren said...

He's Really good Thank you you've just added another artist into my collection I'm listening to "Dear Spiritual Life right now"

Odom said...

That was pretty cool, he has an amazing way of playing.


On another note, I stumbled on a video interview you did on YouTube! You are amazing and awe-inspiring. :)

Sahakiel said...

Do you know something? Afer seeing the video, I'm crying like a little girl! X-Japan is one of my favourite bands... how I wish I could see that... <3

riverstyx said...

omg.. that was so beautiful...!! You know what I've never actually heard their music before.. but that was really amazing!!

BeckieMu said...

Isn't it beautiful what inspiration, talent and human emotion can do!
Thank you for sharing this :)

bibi said...

omg, were you there? I was there too!

But ya, i was dumb-founded when Sugizo appeared with his violin, and almost burst into tears.
Yoshiki's piano + Sugizo's violin = breathtaking beautiful!

Shino Takahashi said...

i never was much a fan of X-Japan, except for when I see videos like this! They are actually really good with their instruments, and so full of emotion. T_T

Anonymous said...

c.a.n.n.o.t. breathe.

-nekoi

Hana said...

I started crying when I heard it...

Euri said...

Yoshiki... *cries*

Yamabuki said...

Really loved Yoshiki/Sugizo Dahlia Solo Intro, also watched longer version with the hard rock music on youtube. TY

Have you heard/seen Yuja Wang play? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C017ZmPhaWY&feature=related

She's awesome.

Yamabuki

Zhang Jingna said...

Yamabuki: This is going to sound completely... random. I actually have a photo with Yujia from when we were 6, 7? She was outstanding even then. I'd heard so many crazy stories. She would practice and miss meals. She was so so passionate about piano. Ahhhh ._.

Anonymous said...

Hauntingly beautiful~