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Acid Mothers Temple SWR


  • Kod: VF020CD
  • Producent: Very Friendly
  • Kod producenta: 0823566028024
  • Wykonawca: Acid Mothers Temple
  • Nośnik: CD
  • Cena: 58,99 zł
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Avant rock
premiera polska:
2005-04-25
kontynent: Azja
kraj: Japonia
opakowanie: plastikowe etui

After performing with such bands as Toho Sara, Ohkami No Jikan, Musica Transonic, and Mainliner, Japanese guitarist Mokoto Kawabata decided to continue his musical explorations by bringing together like-minded individuals to create trippy psychedelic freak-outs inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen, Krautrock, and '70s progressive hard rock. Acid Mothers Temple and the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. (Underground Freak Out) was founded in 1996 as a Soul Collective. the collective has spun out numerous offshoots, including Floating Flower, Nishinihon, and Tsurbami. Now they have changed their name to Acid Mothers Temple SWR and will become a permanent group. The group is a trio: Yoshida Tatsuya (Ruins), Tsuyama Atsushi (Vo: Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.), & Kawabata Makoto (Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., Gong). This is the same lineup as for Seikazoku but Acid Mothers Temple SWR are an entirely different group.
If you've got a Japanese fixation to rival that of Arthur Waley, then Acid Mothers Temple are probably for you. With members that can include Toho Sara, Musica Transonic and Mainliner on their CVs, Acid Mothers Temple formed back in 1996 as a fluent collective and do what Japanese artists often do very well; filter disparate Western influences through their distinctive cultural charcoal. Kicking off with the rubber-souled funk of 'Eat a Pebble', Acid Mothers Sound not unlike one of the Beastie Boys loose-limbed instrumentals coated in a thick and rimy layer of scatological Japanese vocals. This is then riddled with RAWK buckshot as Acid Mothers launch into a fully fledged bout of rock&roll stylings on 'Do You Know Where the Second-hand Record Shop Is?', suggesting a Poison-style fan machine was probably present in the studio whilst recording. Continuing to successfully mash obtuse genres together, 'Good Buddha' is a Japanese take on hillbilly jazz rock, 'Bad Buddha' gives the wa-wa pedal a thorough work out whilst 'Fenomenologia' manages to find time for a cow-bell amongst the Pete Townshend rock trashing.

muzycy:
Yoshida Tatsuya, Tsuyama Atsushi, Kawabata Makoto
utwory:
1.01 'Eat A Pebble'
1.02 'Do You Know Where The Secondhand Record Shop Is?'
1.03 'Good Buddha'
1.04 'Mecochin Of love'
1.05 'Bad Buddha'
1.06 'Stone Woman & Record'
1.07 'Gustavo Hendi'
1.08 'There Is Nothing To Make You Happy In This Box!'
1.09 'Honi Honi Shinno'
1.10 'Devo Feere Pagarli'
1.11 'Fenomenologia'
1.12 '(unknown)'
1.13 'More Stones, More Women & More Records'

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