Phoenix Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Hailing from deep within the Japanese underground Karuna Khyal's 'Alomoni 1985' album is considered to be way ahead of its time and apparently was highly influential. I'd never actually heard of it until this morning. I guess I should do my homework... Originally released in 1976, Phoenix Records have reissued it in re-mastered form on CD in an edi...view item
Speed, Glue & Shinki
Almost forgotten prime example of psychedelic hard rock done the Japanese way, back in 1971. The trio of Speed, Glue & Shinki jam out on the classic power trio line-up of drums, bass and guitar, and Eve was their debut. Sounds like it would smell of drugs: one of the tracks is even named ‘Stoned Out Of M...view item
It feels like I've been waiting for these lads to come in for AGES. Bootlegs of bootlegs they may be, but Les Rallizes' stuff's only ever been available in bootleg form anyway as they were way too fucking cool and reclusive to even consider something so dull as an actual, proper and official album. If you've never heard them before they're prett...view item
I read about this in Japrocksampler and I was impressed by the blend of traditional Japanese music and psychedelic rock. If you like ethnic music mixed with your psychedelics you'll be into this, because there's lots of chanting and percussion. "Shomyo Part 1" clocks in at almost 13 minutes with lots of wah guitar, droning organ and the above me...view item
Masahiko Satoh And The Soundbreakers
- Reduced from £13.49 - saving you £6.74
- Last copy!
Proto-metal from Japanese psych trio Speed, Glue & Shinki. The self titled second album was released in 1972 after the break-up of the band. Largely recorded by singing drummer Joey ‘Pepe’ Smith it’s a fuzzy, sprawling collection of blues-rock. Out on remastered vinyl double LP from Subway.
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