Spasms - Flower Travellin Band - Satori / Made In Japan (CD)


Download Spasms - Flower Travellin Band - Satori / Made In Japan (CD)
2005
Label: Black Rose Records (2) - BR 186 • Format: CD Remastered, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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9 Replies to “ Spasms - Flower Travellin Band - Satori / Made In Japan (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Satori / Made In Japan on Discogs/5(5).
  2. Spasms Written-By – Hideki Ishima, Yoko Nomura: 7: Heaven And Hell Flower Travellin' Band: Made In Japan ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Music Japan: WPCL Japan: Sell This Version: ARLP Flower Travellin' Band: Made In Japan 5/5(3).
  3. If you need some keywords to pique your interest, think oriental psychedelic Black Sabbath with almost-falsetto vocals, which as ridiculous as it sounds work very well for Flower Travellin' Band. Their first album Satori is as good, if not better than this, and also available from Phoenix Records. The packaging is not exactly like the original record. The original press came in a cardboard shipping box /5(4).
  4. Flower Travellin' Band's album Satori gets a deserved UK reissue, possibly in the wake of it coming joint top in Julian Cope's academic music history lesson Japrocksampler. Originally released on Atlantic in , this finds FTC (Joe, Hideki Ishima, Joji Wada, & Jhun Kowzuki) advancing on the territory laid out on their great debut LP 'Anywhere' (which might be a better primer for FTC)/5(65).
  5. Promo reissue of original release: Atlantic / PA / The labels on both Side 1 & Side 2 are white with black writing. Under the Atlantic logo the word "見本盤" (Promo) is written on both sides.4/5(2).
  6. It's rounded out with 4 tracks from "Made In Japan": "Kamikaze," Hiroshima," "Unaware," "Gimme Air" [sic] as well as the sitar-laden "Lullaby," which appeared only .
  7. Nov 09,  · Flower Travellin' Band began in the late '60s as the cover band of Japanese entertainer Yuya Uchida, who took the role of the vocalist together with a female counterpart, Remi Aso. Under the name of Yuya Uchida and the Flowers they recorded an album called Challenge, including new versions of the time's hits, such as Janis Joplin's songs.
  8. The Flower Travellin' Band is mostly famous these days for being a memorable psychedelic Japanese rock band that DOES in fact, rock hard. For someone like me -someone who's always been incredibly curious what the Japanese musicians were doing back in the 70's- an album like Anywhere and Satori is exactly what I wanted to play/5(21).
  9. Japanese rock band formed in from the remains of Yuya Uchida and The Flowers. The band was made up of Joe Yamanaka (vocals) from , Hideki Ishima (guitars) from The Beavers, Jun Kobayashi (bass) from TaxMan, and George Wada (drams) from The Flowers. By the end of , they had relocated to Toronto, Canada and lived there until March.

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