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9 Comments on " Hiroshima - Flower Travelling Band* - Satori (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • "Satori" (released in ) is the second album of FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND and probably the best Japanese rock album after a great BLUES CREATION album with CARMEN MAKI "Carmen Maki Blues Creation" (released also in - with fantastic blues guitars, sometimes similar to Led Zeppelin and with perfect vocal by Japanese Janis Joplin - Carmen Maki).
  • Flower Travellin Band: Satori (LP, Vinyl record album) - One of the heaviest albums to ever come from Japan – a wicked batch of tripped-out, fuzzy tune -- Dusty Groove .
  • Nov 19,  · Hiroshima Spasms Heaven And Hell That's All - Jun Kozuki / bass guitar Following critical acclaim but meager record sales in their native Japan of the band’s superb debut album, Satori, Yuya Utchida and his Flower Travellin’ Band decamped to Canada following an invitation to open for local jazz-rock outfit Lighthouse. While.
  • LP version. Following critical acclaim but meager record sales in their native Japan after their superb debut album, Satori (ASH CD/LP), Yuya Uchida and his Flower Travellin' Band decamped to Canada following an invitation to open for local jazz-rock outfit begringcortingcontduckbutobbeschbaldoka.coinfo there, Lighthouse leader and keyboard player Paul Hoffert offered to produce the band's next studio album, the.
  • 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 /5(65).
  • Reissue of the second Flower Travellin' Band album, originally issued by Atlantic Records in Japan in Satori is a conceptual hard rock/psych album driven by Hideki Ishima's furious guitar licks which erupt and explode over the harmonic heart beat of the drums and bass. Yamanaka's banshee-like vocal style turned him into an occidental Iggy Pop or Robert Plant while the band itself was.
  • Dec 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Flower Travellin' Band - Anywhere * (full album) YouTube Farm - Farm (FULL ALBUM) [Psychedelic Blues-Rock] - .
  • 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).
  • 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.