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4.7 ★

Label: RCA Victor ‎– GD82616. Performer – Isao Tomita. Sound Designer, Supervised By – Nathaniel S. Johnson. Monitored Exclusively on Snell Acoustics loudspeakers designed by Kevin Voecks. Track based on Also Sprach Zarathrustra (R. Strauss), Die Walküre: Ride Of The Valkyries (Wagner) and Tannhäuser: Overture (Wagner). Based on Adagio from Concierto De Aranjuez.

Electronically created by Isao Tomita (1932-2016). Mastering SID Code: IFPI L276. Mould SID Code: IFPI 455J. Matrix, Runout: CLDA-1115 1. Rights Society: JASRAC.

Tomita created the album's polyphony as Carlos had done before him, with the use of multitrack recording, recording each voice of a piece one at a time, on a separate tape track, and then mixing the result to stereo or quad  .

TOMITA-Kosmos (1978) Sealed RCA RED SEAL LP No Cut Out Marks. Kosmos Tomita (Cassette). Even with all this variety, the album manages to remain true to it's krautrock roots with enough oddness and spacey jams to keep the prog lover interested throughout. I don't think there is anything new here, but it is quite an impressive feat to have so much variety and still remain consistent to the genre.

Cosmos has been added to your Cart. PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION 1975 (Mussorgsky) For this album (also in the top 3) TOMITA created some of the most unusual, high quality electronic sounds ever heard. Then he used these sounds very effectively in some amazing orchestrations. The listening is as enjoyable as it is bizarre, quite an accomplishment in itself.

It is the only Tomita album that turned out really good in those releases. It's very clean and actually has almost Discrete . Channel Quadraphonic Sound. The SACD has awesome completely Discrete . Channel Quadraphonic Sound, but a lot of music from the album is missing. SPACE FANTASY 2015 (SACD DSD . Surround Hybrid) Tomita was 83 when he re-arranged and re-mixed his KOSMOS album for SACD 1. No Thus Spake Zarathustra (the 2001 Movie Theme) which had worked so well at the beginning of his Space Fantasy piece on KOSMOS.

Kosmos is a slick album of those works that translate well to Tomita's spacescapes and his visionary style. These pieces had acoustic atmospheric resonance in their original formats.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 "Star Wars" Main Title
Composed By [Original] – John Williams
A2 Space Fantasy
Composed By – TomitaComposed By [Original] – R. Strauss*, Wagner*
A3 The Unanswered Question
Composed By [Original] – Ives*
B1 Peer Gynt: Solvejg's Song
Composed By [Original] – Grieg*
B2 Hora Staccato
Composed By [Original] – Dinicu*Violin – Jascha Heifetz
B3 The Sea Named "Solaris"
Arranged By – TomitaComposed By [Original] – J.S. Bach*


  • Music By [Electronically Created By] – Isao Tomita*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 42652A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 42652B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARD1-2616 Tomita Kosmos ‎(LP) RCA ARD1-2616 US 1978
ARL1-2616, RCLP 20110 Tomita Kosmos ‎(LP, Album, Gat) RCA, RCA Victor ARL1-2616, RCLP 20110 Greece 1979
RL 42652 Tomita Kosmos ‎(LP, Album) RCA Red Seal RL 42652 Italy 1979
ARK1-2616 Tomita Kosmos ‎(Cass, Album) RCA ARK1-2616 US 1978
BVCC-2509, RCD1-2616 Tomita Cosmos ‎(CD, Album, RE) BMG, RCA, RCA BVCC-2509, RCD1-2616 Japan 1991