Nippon Colombia (Japan) 1995
COJF-9182 (LP) Obi, insert
sleeve : EX+(Slightly scuffed on some sides)
media : EX+/EX-(a slight dust noise,B:one light scratch that does not affect the playback sound)
This is a high fidelity record using a metal master that was produced with a one-time plating process from a lacquer master that was cut using the famous German cutting machine Neuman VMS-70 and cutting head SX-74, which were improved by engineers at the Japanese audio equipment manufacturer Denon. As you can see from the fact that it was released in 1995, it was a very niche record produced at a time when the mainstream media format had completely shifted to CD, and the emphasis was on sound quality rather than sound pressure. You can enjoy primitive percussion music from all over Japan, including Osuwa Daiko from Suwa City in Nagano Prefecture, Chichibu Taiko from Saitama Prefecture with its unique culture, Tsugaru Daiko, and Oedo Sukeroku Taiko. Kodo, a world-renowned taiko drumming group, and jazz pianist Yosuke Yamashita's Pajah Ensemble performed together.