TAJ MAHAL TRAVELLERS : Live In Tokyo, 19th August 1974, Part One

  • Format: LP [B142LP]
  • Shipping Weight: 0.47lbs
  • Label: B 13


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'"Avant-garde composer and sound installation artist Takehisa Kosugi (musical director of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company) has led the Japanese avant-garde music scene since the early 1960s. In 1969 he formed the Taj Mahal Travellers, a musical collective that travelled the world in a VW minibus creating Fluxus-influenced improvised multimedia sound events. This double album (divided into two LPs), recorded live at the Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo in 1974, was the group's final effort before disbanding. Here Kosugi and the Travellers blend Eastern and Western instrumentation, vocal chants and electronics to create free-form psych-laden drones. This historic album is an essential and influential piece of Japanese avant rock." Part one, on clear vinyl in clear plastic sleeve with black lettering. Limited edition 500 copies.'

A Part One
B Part Two

B 13
c & ? 2011 издательство "Мирумир" - Licensed by Alfa/RVI, Tokyo - Ltd edition of 500 copies

Transparent PVC sleeve containing pressing on clear vinyl and transparent PVC insert with black lettering.
This is the first part of a two-night performance. The second part was released as B143.

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