Monday, September 04, 2006

A new blog + Jun Kamikubo

no music today,but some c

tomorrow a obscure japanese psychedelic rock album
wich is mentioned in one of the record collector dreams books

promoting new blogs is good (like i got lots of visitors because ezevika posted about my blog on her's long time ago)

the main reason for promoting his blog because he posted a awesome obscure japanese
rock album

Jun Kamikubo-Nothingness[1972]

wich is a awesome obscure hard rocking blues rock album in the vein of Blues Creation

he posted this information:

Completely unknown and amazing album, only released in Japan as a very small pressing, really screaming fuzzguitar and great vocals. One of the best Japanese underground albums of all times. Reissued on LP in a strictly limited edition (350 copies).This is a Heavy Beast

and i'll ad this (taken from here)

It's a pretty good album of bluesy acid rock with
good guitar playing, with a few tracks featuring great heavy riffing. The album
has been reissued on LP by Shadoks, and more recently on CD by Toshiba-EMI.

the toshiba emi cd is titled San Francisco No Kiseki
and can be ordered from cduniverse



Blogger Lisa Sinder said...

Great Find! Thank you a lot!

7:00 AM  
Blogger A Pound for a Brown said...

Hi Dirk,thank you very much for the advertisement.I wish you'll continue posting this incredible Japanese stuff.

Arigatou :-)

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this record blew me away.
seems like one sone cut off at the end. but i will have to buy a copy to find out.
keep up the great posts and hope you get well soon

8:54 PM  
Blogger NM said...

I'm a newbie around here. As i starded discovering the posts i was really amazed with such a wonderful music. Great job.
Another thing: as i realised the departure of Dirk and read the older posts they gave me a picture step by step of his condition... sad but true. Rest in Peace!

1:45 AM  
Anonymous viagra online said...

Interesting, thanks, I'm gonna look for more music like this.

10:51 PM  

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