Takehisa Kosugi - Catch-Wave flac
Performer – Takehisa Kosugi
|2||Wave Code #E-1|
Vocals – Takehisa Kosugi
|SOCM 88||Takehisa Kosugi||Catch-Wave (LP)||CBS/Sony||SOCM 88||Japan||1975|
|SV158||Takehisa Kosugi||Catch-Wave (LP, Album, RE)||Superior Viaduct||SV158||US||2018|
|B146||Takehisa Kosugi||Studio Improvisations, Tokyo, September 16th And 17th, 1974 (LP, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Red)||B 13||B146||Italy||2011|
|WPC6-8506||Takehisa Kosugi||Catch-Wave (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||World Psychedelia Ltd.||WPC6-8506||South Korea||2007|
|ASHLP3041||Takehisa Kosugi||Catch-Wave (LP, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial)||Phoenix Records||ASHLP3041||UK||2011|
- Design [Cover] – Aritsune Terada, Shizuo Ishizuka
- Engineer – Satoru Tsuji, Tomoo Suzuki
- Liner Notes [Original] – 小杉武久
- Liner Notes [Reissue] – 湯浅学
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Tamotsu Fujii
- Producer – Akiko Yoshimura
- Reissue Producer [監修] – 田口史人
- Remastered By [Digitally Remastered] – 阿部充泰
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.
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.
- Other (Rights Organisation): JASRAC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
- Marketed By – Showboat
- Recorded At – CBS/Sony Studio
2016 г. Takehisa Kosugi - Catch Wave 1975 Full Album. Track 1- Mano Dharma '74 00:00. Sony Music Entertainment Japan Inc. от лица компании P1975 Sony Music DirectJapan is both a transition into the fourth phase of legendary Japanese experimenter Takehisa Kosugi's career and an all-time classic Japanese side-long psychedelic freakout. Two extended tracks find Kosugi constructing long drones using his violin, tapes, electronics, and droning voices. On the utterly brilliant Mano Dharma '74, Kosugi layers violins over earlier tape experiments he'd created in New York in 1967, the textures of his sources bending in and out of each other as the music moves out of phase and new textures are introduced. Takehisa Kosugi - Catch-Wave 2007. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Experimental Minimal. Takehisa Kosugi. Listen free to Takehisa Kosugi Catch-Wave Mano-Dharma '74, Wave Code e-1. 2 tracks 49:06. Catch Wave Remastered. Rock Kosugi. Catch-Wave LP, Album, RE. Superior Viaduct. SV158. Vendi questa versione. Studio Improvisations, Tokyo, September 16th And 17th, 1974 LP, Ltd, RE, Unofficial, Red. WPC6-8506. Catch Wave is a music studio album recording by TAKEHISA KOSUGI Progressive ElectronicProgressive Rock released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Catch-Wave's second sidelong piece, Wave Code E-1, is a three-part performance for solo vocalist. Takehisa Kosugi 小杉 武久, Kosugi Takehisa, March 24, 1938 October 12, 2018 was a Japanese composer and violinist associated with the Fluxus movement. Kosugi's primary instrument was the violin, which he sent through various echo-chambers and effects to create a bizarre, jolting music quite at odds with the drones of other more well-known Fluxus artists, such as Tony Conrad, John Cale and Henry Flynt. In 1963 Kosugi composed for Fluxus 1 a musical piece called Theatre Music in the form of a rectangle of cardstock that bore the trace of a spiral of moving feet. According to Cope, Kosugi's finest work is the 1975 solo album Catch-wave CBSSony. Genre: Drone. Or consider a donation