Friday, June 09, 2006

Magical Power Mako-Jump['77 Japan Psychedelic Rock]

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a early post today,lately its a pain in the ass to update in the evening(around a hour of 9/10)
3rd & final Polydor album for Mako, from 1977. A little more prog, a lot more face-paint.[forced exposure]
i was going to post his debut,but i discovered that that one was incomplete
getting the missing track now,excpect that album soon!
the problem with this guy's music is that its hard to catogorise
its not as psychedelic as his excelent Super Record. but the folk is still there
but still strange as always.

Jump, Mako's third LP, came out in 1977 and had an easier style than his former releases. Today it is still considered an amazing musical milestone -- one in which Mako's guitar work earned him a place among the greatest guitar players in Japan's history.










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8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was just about to request something by MPM! Thanks!

If you have any of these, would greatly appreciate an opportunity to hear them:

Nishin - Dai Dai
George Hirota – Sahasurara
Yakota & the Beat Generation (T.) - Flute Adventure
Rinneysa - s/t
Various Artists - Lost Years in the Labyrinth
Bi Kyo Ran - Fairy Tale: Live Volume 1
J.A. Caesar - Any

Thanks for all of the great music. Especially the recent Flowers post.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous ryan said...

i just got done listening to the magical power mako and flied egg albums, amazing stuff! I have been primarily listening to noise records the past couple of years, but you just might pull me back into structure... thanks a lot for shining a light on this unknown territory for me, i look forward to checking out your blog on a daily basis.

8:08 PM  
Blogger Dirk said...

@anonymous:

Bi Kyo Ran is in my wishlist list

i do have Tokyo Kid Brothers-Throw Away The Books, Let's Go Into The Streets

wich has J.A Seazer on it (who later started J.A Ceasar)and Kan Mikami
and other lady's and guys

i dont know what kind of role he had in it(Ja Seazer)

Tokyo Kid Brothers were a Advantgarde Theatre/Music group

more info at
http://tinyurl.com/pgtyn

@ryan:no problem
i do listen to noise/no wave
some times

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cool beans
do you need magical power or the hapmoniym set

11:00 PM  
Blogger Dirk said...

@anonymous:i have his debut
but the last track is missing
hapmoniym set would be cool :)

11:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is great! Thanks from Canada.

1:02 PM  
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It is so good, the music from japan is really good, specially the rock music, I have been watching about some of this things I love it!

8:14 PM  
Anonymous muebles said...

This will not succeed in fact, that's what I suppose.

7:12 PM  

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