Atelier Peyotl (Japan) 1984
APSP-018 (LP) w/obi, silver color booklet.
sleeve : NM
media : EX+/EX+(some slightly surface noises, still good.)
This compilation album, released in 1984, was produced and sound edited by Kaoru Sato, frontman of the recently revived Japanese experimental funk group EP-4. It is a total conceptual work of art created by the accumulation of sounds that appear and disappear and reappear. The work is a total conceptual art work created by an accumulation of sounds that appear and disappear again. "It was Novalis who thought that sound could be some kind of movement, seeing how light is transformed into color. The decomposition and metamorphosis of each into a vivid and different movement must also be a mirror for us to create fascinating thoughts. I feel sympathy for Kaoru Sato's comment in the liner. A beautiful copy with liner notes by anthropologist Shinichi Nakazawa, LP-sized booklet with postcards of drawings and collages by the participating artists, and obi.A21/22: Cortex "Cortex/y" / Sonoko Yasuda "George Boy"
B15/16: Con "Hommage a Kyoto" / Woo "The Wesetern"