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Otomo Yoshihide - Unreleased Recordings 1975 - 2012 album download

Performer:

Otomo Yoshihide

Title:

Unreleased Recordings 1975 - 2012

Genre:

Electronic / Jazz

MP3 album size:

1860 mb

Other music formats:

WMA AC3 AUD WAV ASF FLAC MP4

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Free Improvisation, Experimental

Date of release:

2019

Otomo Yoshihide - Unreleased Recordings 1975 - 2012 album download

Tracklist

A1 Turntable Solo 2:40
A2 Untitled 2011-2012 4:44
A3 Organ 1975 4:08
B1 Schaeffer Remix 3:00
B2 Carbon And Guitar 5:19

Credits

  • Artwork, Photography By – Otomo Yoshihide

Notes

OTOMO YOSHIHIDE unreleased recordings 1975 - 2012

A electric side

1 turntable solo 2:41
short edit from live turntable solo feb 2002 in tokyo

2 untitled 2011-2012 4:45
home recording in tokyo 2011-2012 / objects, turntables, organ, oscillator,

3 organ 1975 4:08
home recording in fukushima 1975( i was 16 years old) / organ + electronics

B acoustic side

1 schaeffer remix 4:13
home recording in tokyo oct 2010 / pierre schaeffer record + paper

2 carbon and guitars 5:19
home recording in tokyo and niigata 2011 - 2012 / carbon, acoustic guitar

cover photo
otomo’s art work “la vie en rose” 2018 at seizan iizaka onsen art festival in fukushima
photo by [...]

ships out within 7 days.

He played in rock bands while at college, but turned to improvisation after discovering free jazz and free improvisation musicians like the guitarist Derek Bailey, the saxophonist Kaoru Abe and guitarist Masayuki Takayanagi (from whom he had lessons).

It was released on December 10, 2003 by P-Vine Records. Adapted from the Soup liner notes. Bill Laswell – bass guitar, sampler, effects, mixing. James Dellatacoma – assistant engineer.

Biography by Jason Ankeny.

He spent his teenage years in Fukushima, about 300 kilometers north of Tokyo. Influenced by his father, an engineer, Otomo began making electrical devices such as a radio and an electronic oscillator. This was his first experience creating music. Soon after entering high school he formed a band which played rock and jazz, with Otomo on guitar

He played in rock bands while at college, but turned to improvisation after discovering free jazz and free improvisation musicians like the guitarist Derek Bailey, the saxophonist Kaoru Abe and guitarist Masayuki Takayanagi (from whom he had lessons).

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