Watatsumido-Shuso “Sokuin-Rancho”

Watatsumido-Shuso “Sokuin-Rancho”

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海童道宗祖 Watazumido
即音乱調 Sokuin Rancho
Philips (Japan) 1971
PH-7503 (LP) gatefold sleeve. w/obi(stains).
sleeve : VG+(some spots inside of gatefold sleeve.)
media : NM-/NM-(some slightly surface noises, still fine condition.)

This was introduced in the column of the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION". This is an album released in 1971 by the founder of Wadatsumido, a bamboo flute player who established his own style of "Wadatsumido" with his unique philosophy and technique, and was highly praised by Toru Takemitsu and ethnomusicologist Fumio Koizumi. The entire piece is based on the Buddhist spirit of practicing enlightenment by expressing the sound of bamboo flutes of various sizes, similar in form to the shakuhachi, called hōchiku. An avant-garde piece.

A3: 本調
B1: 深夜
B2: 真虚霊

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