The Bach Revolution
Waga Kokoro, Imada Yasuraka Narazu
RCA (Japan) 1976
RVC-2054 (LP) Promotonal copy, White label.
sleeve : NM-
media : VG+/EX+(the begining of A1: light click noises caused by one small scratch.)
A masterpiece album released in 1976 by Bach Revolution, a group consisting of three Japanese synthesizer players, Kazutaka Tasaki, Motoaki Suzukawa and Akio Kamio. This is a wonderful work of dramatic synthesizer music with tremendous acoustic effects throughout. About A2, he first half of the song is filled with heavy bass electronic sounds and signal-like pulses, followed by the rising and falling sounds of synthesizers reminiscent of the Japanese traditional music Gagaku, and then the world of Buddha with sampled sutra reading, and finally the stormy ending. The thunderous electronic sound in A1 is also intense. I personally remember playing A2 at a Laraaji's live at a temple in Tokyo. This is a promo version with a different cover design as the authorized version.