Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Morita Doji-Mother Sky

1976 Japan Female Acid Folk
arranged by J.A Seazer

looks like this week becomes sort of a Morita Doji week
this is her second album from 1976
wich is as good as her first album

some info from popsike
Released on November 21st, 1976. Will certainly appeal to fans of Comus, Asakawa Maki, Slap Happy Humphrey, Japanese psych heads and late night acid folk adepts. I cannot stress enough the grandeur of Morita Doji, just over the top brilliant. She retired completely from the music scene and public view at the beginning of the eighties and will never appear again in the public spotlights, so here is your chance to lay yer hands upon her melancholic, late night and utterly desolate sound spheres. Highest recommendation. One of the all time best female vox records to emerge out of Japan of all times!!

go get it!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

now i'll ask you the same thing i ask to people who uploads this release: does the track no°6 sounds exactly the same of no°5? if it doesn't, i'll upload that one and finally get to listen that song i could only hear in that live, and love you for what you're doing.

8:58 PM  
Blogger Dirk said...

they dont sound the same

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cooooool. i definitely love you.

10:38 PM  
Blogger wassonii said...

Thank you so much for hipping me to Doji. Delicate and beautiful!

2:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the stuff you post is really great man thanks a lot

10:48 AM  
Blogger john said...

Hey Dirk, thanks a lot! Did you know that this album was arranged by J.A. Seazer? I saw a picture of it on a webpage that lists most of the stuff seazer was involved in, but sine I can't read Japanese, I never knew the name of the album until now. Thanks for posting it, I really excited about hearing it! Oh, if you don't know the Seazer webpage I mentioned, here it is -
this album is the fourth one on the list "as arranger."

3:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

…soft, beautiful, dark. Great, as usual :-)

3:09 PM  
Blogger john said...

Sorry, here is the Seazer discog page, for some reason when I tried to post it before, the last bit got chopped off, it's all in Japanese but has pictures that you an click on to make sense of it.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Dirk said...

thanks for the info

6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

J.A. Seazer only arranged the last 2 songs...

10:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

man, here track #5 and track #6 sound the same with the exception of a couple of seconds of lenght. are you sure they don't sound the same there at your place? it's weird. could you, if they do sound equals only here at my home, upload track #6, that should be the one different - listening to her cathedral live -?

3:57 PM  
Blogger john y? said...

to my ears trax 5 and 6 do sound like the same song.version?

2:25 PM  
Blogger Juha said...

Just brilliant - totally experience indeed - thanks for sharing!!!!

7:46 PM  
Blogger Misongod said...

Thank you

11:53 PM  
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