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YAMASUKI-LE MONDE FABULEUX DES YAMASUKI-'71 PSYCH OPERA-NEW CD

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YAMASUKI-LE MONDE FABULEUX DES YAMASUKI-'71 PSYCH OPERA

YAMASUKI-

LE MONDE FABULEUX DES YAMASUKI

Yamasuki  ‎– Le Monde Fabuleux Des Yamasuki 

 

Label: Far Eastern Sunshine ‎– FES002-1 Format: CD, Album, Reissue

Country: Europe Released: 10 Apr 2015 Genre: Jazz, Rock Style: Jazz-Funk, Psychedelic Rock

 

Tracklist

1 Yamasuki    2 Aisere I Love You    3 Kono Samourai    4 Yamamoto Kakapote    5 Okawa    6 Aieaoa    7 Abana Bakana (Rapide - Enregistré "Live")    8 Seyu Sayonara    9 Yama Yama    10 Fudji Yama    11 Yokomo    12 Kashi Kofima   

Credits

Written-By – Calmedo* (tracks: 5), Daniel Vangarde (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 9, 11, 12), Frank Gérald* (tracks: 4), Jean Kluger (tracks: 1, 6, 8, 11, 12), Tony Perdone (tracks: 10)

A fuzzed-out educational multicultural psych-rock opera from 1971. Proto-psychedelic hip hop with overweight drumbeats and basslines!

"A kitschy catchy curio" UNCUT

"A special album indeed" PLAN B

 

Yamasuki ‎– Le Monde Fabuleux Des Yamasuki
Label:
Far Eastern Sunshine ‎– FES002-1
Format:
CD, Album, Reissue
Country:
Europe
Released:
10 Apr 2015
Genre:
Jazz, Rock
Style:
Jazz-Funk, Psychedelic Rock
Tracklist
1     Yamasuki     
2     Aisere I Love You     
3     Kono Samourai     
4     Yamamoto Kakapote     
5     Okawa     
6     Aieaoa     
7     Abana Bakana (Rapide - Enregistré "Live")     
8     Seyu Sayonara     
9     Yama Yama     
10     Fudji Yama     
11     Yokomo     
12     Kashi Kofima     
Credits

    Written-By – Calmedo* (tracks: 5), Daniel Vangarde (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 9, 11, 12), Frank Gérald* (tracks: 4), Jean Kluger (tracks: 1, 6, 8, 11, 12), Tony Perdone (tracks: 10)

 

TRACKLIST
 
1. Yamasuki
2. Kono Samurai  mp3
3. Yamamoto Kakapote
4. Okawa
5. Aieaoa
6. Aisere I Love You
7. Yama Yama  mp3
8. Seyu Sayonara
9. Abana Bakana  mp3
10. Fudji Yama
11. Yokomo
12. Kashi Kofima  mp3

 obscure and undiscovered vinyl treats consolidate their healthy obsession with funked-up French concept albums by releasing the mind-boggling 'Yamasuki' LP by Daniel Vangarde and Jean Kluger.

For those in need of epic, exotic, metronomic, and dare I say it - proto-psychedelic hip hop that defies categorization - you need look and listen no further.

An educational bubblegum multicultural psych-rock opera with lavish choral arrangements and triple-fat beats and basslines is the only way to describe this 1971 French/Japanese choreography LP which was designed to bridge the European and Eastern-Asian culture gap through the power of deep and funky music.

This release has already received a warm welcome from some of the most obsessive collectors of obscure music ranging from top producers to vinyl vultures and home listeners who are still struggling to track down the elusive music from this team of theatrical, progressive conceptualists who remain quite understandably in a league of their own.

So that's all you need to know, apart from the added information that original copies of this record are as rare as the usual 'Finders Keepers' hand-carved stallion stools; and for those who are asking... this IS the first time 'Yamasuki' has been released on Compact Disc. It's also been mastered by Jean Kluger himself from the original studio tapes.

'Yamasuki' is the second collectable release from Andy Votel, Dominic Thomas (B-Music) and Doug (Delay 68) Shipton's 'Finders Keepers' library label, who, with over 40 combined years of record collecting experience are dedicated to bringing an analogue catalogue of unheard, unreleased and unbelievable vintage vinyl anomalies to the comfort of your psych-starved stereo laboratories. All available on both CD and high quality, industry standard black vinyl with authentic packaging.

Anyone for 'escargot sushi'??? - It's time to do the 'Yamasuki'.

 

QUOTES AND REVIEWS
 
"Imagine the bloke from Banzai yelling introductions over the Franco-Japanese equivalent of the Langley School Music Project, only with a late Sixties Eurovision Song Contest psychedelic flavour. No... wait... where are you going? Ah, fuck ya. On one level, this is woefully patronising, cross-cultural bubblegum pop, devised and recorded in 1971 by two French pop composers determined to bridge the European/Asain gap through some cheesy and funky pop sounds: holiday camp rock that you can imagine a generation of Christians with shoulder-length hair singing along to. On another, it's absolute fucking genius - there are levels of elation, innocence and tunefulness here that lesser artists have spent decades trying to emulate. The insanley joyful African (yes!) beats of 'Aieaoa' even surfaced 20 years later, as Banarama's debut recording. Music that has transcended its origins to become both an ironic and avant-garde icon, this is a special album indeed."
PLAN B (APRIL 2005)

"Honestly, you've got to wonder where on earth they find this sort of thing. For the record, Yamasuki was originally a French/Japanese project to unite Eastern and Western culture via choreography, children's choirs and a screaming Japanese black belt. When you add the fact that the Yamasuki was, according to Andy Votel's sleeve notes, a dance craze that could have rivalled the mashed potato and that 'AIEOA' was heard, then covered, by the band that became Bananarama, you can understand why Finders Keepers were so keen to find and keep it. Odd, yet compelling beyond belief, this bizarre mix of random noise, spoken (Japanese) word and the occasional funk-fuelled drumbeat is thankfully one crazed, genre-defying record they've decided not to keep hidden. 8/10"
CITY LIFE (APRIL 2005)

 

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