Great cheap way to check out these legendary Japrock psychedelic records!
The Internet says:
One of the most tripped-out albums you'll ever hear from Japanese
keyboardist Masahiko Satoh, and that's saying a lot, considering some of
his other avant sessions of the '70s! This one's from 1971 and a really
free-form jam -- recorded so that each of the two long tunes takes up a
side of the record apiece -- one with really full-on, frenzied noise
courtesy of some ring modulators played by Satoh, undercut with some
really heavy drums from Louis Hayes, a surprising entry for a session
like this! Side two has a sound that's a bit more organic -- some spare
percussion at first -- but the record then moves into noisier territory
too, and even features some cool, scatting female vocals. Highly
"...shaman Masahiko Satoh sends us through a sonic mind-field, baffling our senses and our sense of gravity." --Julian Cope
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 13 September, 2011.