Akira Ito "Bosatu & Mugen"

Akira Ito "Bosatu & Mugen"

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Black Records (Japan) 1979
BBL-2020 (LP) w/obi(4cm tear and tape, wrinkle, some wear.), insert(light spots and light color-fade.)
sleeve : EX-(wear on edge and corner.)
media : VG+/VG+(some light surface noises caused by light hairlines, B3 has some light click noises.)

Akira Ito was the keyboard player for the Far East Family Band, which debuted as Japan's first progressive rock band under the production of Klaus Schulze. This is a solo album released in 1979, featuring Shizuo Takasaki of the Far East Family Band, and also Kiyohiko Semba. Side A is a piece of Butoh music created for commission by the Japanese dancer Hanayagi Kinuyo, but the content is electronic prog rock that takes you to another dimension. Side B is very similar to Klaus Schulze influenced German electronics. Both of them inherit the symphonic feel of the Far East Family Band era, but use a lot of analog synthesizers to create a Buddhist-like meditative world with a lot of Japanese touches.

A2: Me-Za-Me
B3: 無幻

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