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People - Ceremony Buddha Meet Rock (1971)





Kolejny japoński wynalazek. Jedenorazowy projekt, który został zrealizowany w 1971 roku. Materiał nagrany na płycie przypomina płytę koncepcyjną nawiązującą w swojej konstrukcji do tradycyjnej muzyki japońskiej i buddyjskiej ceremonii w psychedelicznym wydaniu. Nie mniej bardzo ciekawa i ponoć najrzadsza na świecie - ceny oferowane za nią (za winyl oczywiście) osycylują między 5.000 a 6.000 dolarów.

Yusuke Hoguchi - Organ
Kimio Mizutani - Guitars, Sitar
Hideaki Takebe - Bass
Kiyoshi Tanaka - Drums, Percussion
Rarry Sunaga - Percussion, Gongs

Quite a weird little record -- part psychedelia, but with some really rootsy elements -- and also some odd use of recorded music as well! The sound here is really mindblowing -- experimental and trippy, but never too free or over the top -- and the core instrumentation includes lots of fuzzy guitar, organ, and rough percussion -- plus additional vocals in parts, and even a bit of sitar as well! Most unusually, though, is that the first track on the record features part of a David Axelrod album playing in the background! There's clearly an Axelrod influence going on -- both in the structure and sound of the record -- although the group also take things very much in their own direction too. In essence it sounds like a buddhist ceremony with finger cymbals and chants, joined with insanely awesome psych-fuzz guitar by the great Kimio Mizutani, slide guitar, and sitar throughout the ceremony, culminating with female orgasmo moaning near the end. Truly amazing!

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I pisze...

cool, wanted to check this one out for a while.

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