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  • Interprète: Takehisa Kosugi
  • Titre: Catch-Wave
  • Taille FLAC: 2646 mb
  • Pays: Japan
  • Date de publication: 25 Nov 2018
  • Style: Abstract, Experimental
  • # Catalogue: SWAX-502, TDCD 90622
  • Label: Showboat, Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
  • Classement: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Electro
Takehisa Kosugi - Catch-Wave flac

Tracklist

1Mano-Dharma '74
Performer – Takehisa Kosugi
26:35
2Wave Code #E-1
Vocals – Takehisa Kosugi
22:31

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOCM 88Takehisa Kosugi Catch-Wave ‎(LP)CBS/SonySOCM 88Japan1975
SV158 Takehisa Kosugi Catch-Wave ‎(LP, Album, RE)Superior ViaductSV158 US2018
B146Takehisa Kosugi Studio Improvisations, Tokyo, September 16th And 17th, 1974 ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Red)B 13B146Italy2011
WPC6-8506Takehisa Kosugi Catch-Wave ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)World Psychedelia Ltd.WPC6-8506South Korea2007
ASHLP3041Takehisa Kosugi Catch-Wave ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial)Phoenix Records ASHLP3041UK2011

Crédits

  • Design [Cover]Aritsune Terada, Shizuo Ishizuka
  • EngineerSatoru Tsuji, Tomoo Suzuki
  • Liner Notes [Original]小杉武久
  • Liner Notes [Reissue]湯浅学
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Tamotsu Fujii
  • ProducerAkiko Yoshimura
  • Reissue Producer [監修]田口史人
  • Remastered By [Digitally Remastered]阿部充泰

Remarques

Originally released on LP by CBS/Sony Inc. [Japan] as catalog number SOCM 88. This is an official reissue sanctioned by the artist.

Packaged in miniature gatefold sleeve featuring new photograph of Kosugi performing "Catch-Wave" in concert. Front back and back cover are as the original LP. Also includes folded insert with new liner notes and timeline of Kosugi's activities (all in Japanese), catalog and reply card.

Digitally remastered at Sony Music Studios Tokyo.

Marketed by Showboat/sky station inc.
Special Products A Service of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
Ⓟ1975 Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.

Original credits:

Mano-Dharma '74: an excerpt from a meta-media solo improvisation.
Wave Code #E-1: triple performance by solo vocalist.

Recorded Date: September 16, 17, 1974.
Location: CBS/Sony Studio No. 1.

Many thanks to Messrs. Ikuo Fujita, Hideki Yoshida, Yoshiharu Kawaguchi & Akira Aida.

Codes-barres

  • Other (Rights Organisation): JASRAC

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
  • Marketed By – Showboat
  • Recorded At – CBS/Sony Studio

Video

Album

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