Monday, May 01, 2006

The Flower Travelin┬┤ Band-Made In Japan(Japan Hardrock 1971?)

some one requested more flower travelin band so here's:

Japanese reissue of one of the all-time great obscure 70s hard rock progressive albums. You will go back and forth on whether you like this one or "Satori" more. It's a toss up, they both are awesome. The song "Unaware" is one of my personal faves.

1. Introduction
2. Unaware
3. Aw Give Me Air
4. Kamikaze
5. Hiroshima
6. Spasms
7. Heavy and Hell
8. That's All



Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the lp. do you have creation pure electric soul? thank you again

11:15 AM  
Blogger Dirk said...

from wich band is that?

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, Thanks, Thanks, you made my day! Is it possible to uplode "Satori" too, then I could die in peace.
Thanks again

7:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

creation was the band blues creation became when they broke up. the released two lps Bruce

9:36 PM  
Blogger Dirk said...

@Koller:Satori will be posted soon

@Bruce:No i dont have anything by Creation.
I do have most stuff by Blues Creation
still need their album with Carmen Maki

i'll do my best to find that Creation stuff

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this one! Excellent complement to Satori. Would love to see a post of Flowers - From Pussies To Death in 10,000 Years of Freakout. Among others. Thanks.

5:09 AM  
Blogger Dirk said...

i dont have that one yet

but i do have
Kuni Kawachi - & Flower Travelling Band
wich was going to be their first album,but Yuya Uchida(Their manager) didnt like it as much(maybe because a rival of his old band was working with the band)
its a bit more Prog and less Hard Rock

(Kuni Kawachi was from The Happenings Four wich was a other Group Sounds band in the 60's)

1:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yup. told ya satori is the best by ftb.


3:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow - Thanks! The track "Introduction" was a special buzz for me. It was a radio add for one of the first concerts that I ever attended on what used to be a great FM rock station (CHUM FM) in the town where I grew up (Toronto Canada) AND because I also knew the disk jockey that did that commercial. I have lived in Australia for the last 20 years so hearing that really gave me chills. By the way, the stadium was quite old and was torn down many years ago.



Eddie posted Blues Creation with Carmen Maki a few days ago on his fine blog here:

p.s., I'd also like to get my hands on the Creation stuff...


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