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Taj-Mahal Travellers Vinyl, CD & tapes by Taj-Mahal Travellers at Norman Records

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The Taj-Mahal Travelers
July 15, 1972

I guess you could call The Taj Mahal Travellers an experimental psychedelic jam band. They were formed in Tokyo by Japanese Underground legend Takehisa Kosugi. Their flair for musical experimentation was not matched by their ability to think of imaginative titles. The album, July 15, 1972, is simply named after the day it was recorded, and the three lengthy tracks are simply named after the time they started and finished, take the opening track,'The Taj-Mahal Travelers Between 6:20 - 6:46 P.M.', as an example. Kosugi was also known for his involvement with Hi Re Centre and Group Ongaku.

Taj Mahal Travellers
August 1974

Reissue of album by Japanese experimental group Taj Mahal Travellers, though they only managed to travel to the Taj Mahal in 1972, 3 years after their inception. 90 minutes of improvised ambience and drone, under the coordination of Kinji Hayashi. Released on Aguirre with liner notes by The Wire contributor Julian Cowley. 

Takehisa Kosugi
Catch-Wave

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live At Moderna Museet in Stockholm

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
August 1974

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live In Tokyo, 19th August 1974 Part 1 & 2

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live In Tokyo, 19th August 1974 Part 3 & 4

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live at Sohgetsu Hall in Tokyo, 15 July 1972

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Taj-Mahal Travellers
Live At Moderna Musset in Stockholm 1971

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