Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Flower Travelin' Band-Make Up 2CD['72 Japan Progresive Hard Rock]

i posted the 1 cd version somewhere in 2006
but i found this newer 2cd version sometime ago.
and it is @192 kbits.

'Make Up' [Atlantic, 1973] was a double LP,
and had Yuya Uchida
guesting on vocals.
The album featured studio and live material,
including a
20-minute version of 'Hiroshima'
from the previous album [with bass solo] and a
live-in-studio version of 'Satori Part 2'.
Of the studio material,some is in a
heavy progressive vein [though leaning more towards an
oriental King Crimson in parts then their older style]

go get it!
no password

11 Comments:

Anonymous Adriano- Italy said...

I hope your suffering hours will stop soon. I think often about you, also if i don't know you. GO ON!

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Dirk,

I recently found your blog whilst searching for music by Les rallizes Denudes (Unfortunately those links are now dead!) but I downloaded some other gems from your archive. (Whilst UK, US, Italian and German, Prog / Psyche music is well documented in blogland the Japanese side seems sadly neglected. So thank you for your efforts here).

Having read your blog I understand that it may take some time, but do you have Hozawa Kyoji - Hakuchuu Yume or anything by Agata Morio or White Heaven, That you could post. I will be checking back regularly now.

I am impressed that you manage to continue posting and that you keep an ongoing journal of your illness and treatment, many people would not discuss a matter so personal to themselves, however I believe that the courageous approach you have shown can only have a positive effect on your future.

To that end I wish you all the best.

Regards,

Flux’us

4:18 PM  
Blogger john said...

Nice one! "Look at my windows" reminds me of Guns 'n' Roses right when they were on the verge of sucking. If you could repost Made in Japan or From Pussies to Death, that would be cool. Take care and good luck

10:30 PM  
Anonymous tucker said...

Thanks for this share - they're a
great band - and best of luck with your battle. Stay strong, brother -
you can beat this thing!

2:29 AM  
Blogger hevisto said...

Hey Dirk:

Hope you feel better soon. I am impressed that you keep posting music and updates in the face of all you are going through. Lots of people are pulling for you - hopefully you hear from them.

Take care.

8:00 PM  
Anonymous Rob Vomit said...

Hello, Hope you are feeling well! Just a quick note to you and all the Flower Traveling Band fans...You may want to rent Takashi Miike's "Deadly outlaw Rekka" dvd if you get the chance. It features Joe Yamanaka from the Flower Traveling band as one of the main actors. It also features FTB's Satori album as the soundtrack. In the special features Miike discusses how he met Joe and how during filming he found out about FTB and was so amazed by the Satori album that he decided to use it for the soundtrack. It definately shocked me to hear FTB when I first viewed the film. Its unfortunate that films is not very good but If you are a fan of The Flower Traveling Band then you really should check it out. and sorry if you already posted information about this at an earlier time. Keep up the good work and I hope you find health and happiness!!!!!!!!

7:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vodka Collins "Tokyo - New York" (Thursday, June 08). Could you make available this again? Please...

10:20 AM  
Blogger Slobodan Burgher said...

Yeah, best wishes and a steady recovery!

Slobodan

11:28 AM  
Blogger ca said...

Hello Dirk. I just found your blog, looking (like the person above) for Les Rallizes Denudes, High Rise and Kousokuya, but stayed for J.A. Seazer and Zunou Keisatsu. Thanks ever so much! You can take heart from the fact that you're spreading the word about this amazing music.

I'll be checking back regularly, even though you probably won't be posting all that much for awhile. I'm very much moved by your recent trials - but very much impressed with your strength. Hang in there, man.

Oh, yeah - and special thanks for the Flower Travellin' Band. I picked up Satori about a year ago, but even here in NYC it can be difficult to come by their stuff.

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,Dirk! How are you?

My name is Miguel,I'm leave in Brazil. I am a Flower Travellin' Band fan and I request - reupload it - to you (PLEASE!!!):

- ANYWHERE (1970);

- KUNI KAWACHI & FTB - KIRIKYOGEN (1970);

- FROM PUSSIES TO DEATH IN 10.000 YEARS OF FREAK OUT.

Thanks a lot for you patience and atention. Best Wishes, Miguel (Greetings from Brazil).

6:40 AM  
Anonymous FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND is Rockin' Treasure. said...

FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND
LIVE in NEW YORK,
Knitting Factory:Nov,2008!

F.T.B. came back from a trip!

9:46 PM  

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