Monday, May 15, 2006

The Flower Travelin' Band-Make Up [1973 Japan Hard Rock/Prog Rock]

As promised:
'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]
There
was also a single-CD version of 'Make Up' which left out
the live version of Satori pt2

password:citiesonflame
this is the single disc version!
http://rapidshare.de/files/20530501/Make_Up-.rar.html

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this FTB! BTW, do you have "J.A.Caesar / Sintokumaru - Tenjyosajiki" ?

6:32 AM  
Blogger Dirk said...

I'm still searching that one :)

8:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No problem. Thought that you might not have seen my previous comment. Keep up the good work!

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this album. Waiting for Blues Creation - Live.

Aveek

4:01 PM  
Blogger knowby said...

Keep up the good work!

FYI, I've kicked off classicalconnection.blogspot.com with the uber-rare "Well-Tuned Piano" by La Monte Young.

8:05 PM  
Blogger satomi said...

thanks for the comment. Wow... I just cannot believe you're still 18. Look at your blog!

9:52 AM  
Blogger Dirk said...

i just have a wide music taste :D
and i like to introduce people to less known music
and i have to much free time

12:49 PM  
Blogger happydog said...

Thanks yet again for all the Flower Travelling Band music. Appreciate all the good posts, for sure.

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