Takehisa Kosugi - Catch-Wave mp3 downloadPerformer: Takehisa Kosugi
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental Rock,Japanese Traditions
Size MP3 version: 1289 mb
Size FLAC version: 1774 mb
Size WMA version: 1555 mb
Format: WMA ADX MP3 MP1 MP4 VOX
Genre: Avant Garde
Takehisa Kosugi - Catch-Wave mp3 download
Опубликовано: 21 окт. 2016 г. Takehisa Kosugi - Catch Wave (1975) Full Album. Track 1- Mano Dharma '74 00:00 Track 2- Wave Code E-1 26:33. Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. (от лица компании "(P)1975 Sony Music Direct(Japan)Inc.
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Kosugi is probably best known for the experimental music that he created in from 1960 until 1975, first in the early 1960s with the Tokyo-based seven-member ensemble Group Ongaku (music group) and thereafter as a solo artist and with itinerant octet Taj Mahal Travellers (1969–75). Kosugi's primary instrument was the violin, which he sent through various echo-chambers and effects to create a bizarre, jolting music quite at odds with the drones of other more well-known Fluxus artists, such as Tony Conrad, John Cale and Henry Flynt. According to Cope, Kosugi's finest work is the 1975 solo album Catch-wave (CBS/Sony). Kosugi received grants from The JDR 3rd Fund in 1966 and 1977.
Catch Wave is a music studio album recording by TAKEHISA KOSUGI (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Takehisa Kosugi - the main member of the mystical and psychedelic Taj Mahal Travellers came up with the goods big style on this release. Kosugi formed the Japanese equivalent of the Fluxus movement in the early 60's with his 'Group Ongaku' and later went on to create one of my all time favourite bands 'The Taj Mahal Travellers' who would release three brilliant albums in the early 70's.
Kosugi, takehisa - catch-wave. Takehisa Kosugi is without doubt one of the most important and influential figures of the Japanese avant-garde still performing. Over the years he has worked with everyone from John Cage to Sonic Youth as well as being an active member of the Fluxus group and starting his.
Catch-Wave is both a transition into the fourth phase of legendary Japanese experimenter Takehisa Kosugi's career and an all-time classic Japanese side-long psychedelic freakout. Two extended tracks find Kosugi constructing long drones using his violin, tapes, electronics, and droning voices. On the utterly brilliant "Mano Dharma '74," Kosugi layers violins over earlier tape experiments he'd created in New York in 1967, the textures of his sources bending in and out of each other as the music moves out of phase and new textures are introduced.
Published on: Friday, October 21, 2016. Takehisa Kosugi - Catch Wave (1975) Full AlbumTrack 1- Mano Dharma '74 00:00Track 2- Wave Code E-1 26:33. Takehisa Kosugi 1938 - 2018 'Honoured Captain - the Contemporary Music World salutes you ! Youssef.
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Superior Viaduct US. Takehisa KOSUGI. Catch Wave (reissue). Superior Viaduct US. Format: LP + insert + photo Cat: SV 158 Released: 31 Oct 18 Genre: nic.
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