ONGAKU 70 - Vintage Japanese Psychedelia (Compilation) Vinyl rip in 24 Bit/96 Khz + CD

Posted By : Kel bazar | Date : 06 May 2011 13:22:53 | Comments : 10 |

ONGAKU 70 - Vintage Japanese Psychedelia (2011)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz + 16-bit/44kHz | FLAC (Tracks) , artworks | Stereo | 1050 Mb, 308 Mb | 5% RAR Recovery
Styles: Compilation of Deep Psychedelic Rock | RapidShare + Fileserve Download
Hiruco Records

Ongaku 70 is the ultimate beginner’s guide to the Japanese psychedelia era. A incredible set of 13 tunes released between 1969 and 1978 including Osamu Kitajima, Stomu Yamash’ta’s Red Buddha Theatre, Akiko Yano, Sadistic Mika Band, Harry Hosono & The Yellow Magic Band, The Apryl Fool, Rabi Nakayama, Karuna Khyal, Kuni Kawachi & His Group, Toshiaki Tsushima, J.A. Caesar & Shirubu, Maki Asakawa and Les Rallizes Denudes. Neither group sounds nor hard rock here, only deep psychedelic rock with local instruments and native language. Be sure to hear the finest hours of Japanese 1970s music.


A1 Osamu Kitajima - Tengu (from Benzaiten 1974)
A2 Stomu Yamash'ta's Red Buddha Theatre - Awa Odori (from The Man From The East 1973)
A3 Akiko Yano - Tsugaru Tour (from Japanese Girl 1974)
A4 Sadistic Mika Band - Nanikia Ga Umi Wo Yatte Kuru (from Kurofune 1974)
A5 Harry Hosono & The Yellow Magic Band - Shambhala Signal (from Paraiso 1978)
A6 The Apryl Fool - The Lost Motherland (Part 1) (from The Apryl Fool 1969) B1 Rabi Nakayama - Good Night! (from Hira-Hira 1974)
B2 Karuna Khyal - Alomoni 1985 (Edited Version) (from Alomoni 1985 1974)
B3 Kuni Kawachi & His Group - The Cat (from Love Suki Dairkirai 1972)
B4 Toshiaki Tsushima - Ape Society (from Saru No Gundan 1974)
B5 J.A. Caesar & Shirubu - Jigoku No Orufe (from Tenjo Sajiki's Shin Toku Maru 1978)
B6 Maki Asakawa - Govinda (from Maki II 1971)
B7 Les Rallizes Denudes - Strong Out Deeper Than The Night (Edited Version) (from Live Recording 1977).

Ripping Equipment:
TT: Technics SP 15 with SME 3009 tonearm & customized plinth
Cartridge: Ortofon Concorde OM 30 MM
Phono amp: Pro-Ject Tube Box II with 2X JAN 12AX 7WA (General Electric)
Cables: Wire World Solstice 5.2
Computer: Sony Vaio VPCJ1
ADC: Tascam US-144 external USB 2.0 Audiointerface
Software: WaveLab 5.01, ClickRepair, Redbook Resampled And Dithered with iZotope RX


Posted By: x_0001 Date: 06 May 2011 13:39:51
I have no idea what this is but it looks amazing! Thanks for everything Kel. :)
Posted By: Kel bazar Date: 06 May 2011 13:41:22

It's music...;-))
Posted By: chashka66 Date: 06 May 2011 15:39:43
It's really awesome music, Kel bazar thanks
Posted By: ByGijS Date: 06 May 2011 16:55:09
Well... this is a nice compilation... thanks

Harry Hosono & The Yellow Magic Band > The first steps to "YMO" > Yellow Magic Orchestra, Hosono started "YMO"
Sadistic Mika Band > with Yukihiro Takahashi > Later member of "YMO"
Akiko Yano > She sings a bit on a few albums of "YMO" and "Sakamoto", she was also married to Ryuichi Sakamoto (Member of "YMO"), she has many solo-albums...

"Ongaku" means "Music"...
Posted By: Kel bazar Date: 06 May 2011 17:04:51

Thanks for those precisions.
Posted By: tonki Date: 08 May 2011 15:42:55
Just finished to listened to this record, and I must say it's INCREDIBLY GOOD MUSIC. Thank you very much Kel bazar, it's a wonderful gift. I wonder where you did find such a gem.
Posted By: Kel bazar Date: 08 May 2011 15:47:58

It's one of my favourite seller in Brussels who recommend this one for me.
Posted By: cathare34 Date: 09 May 2011 15:43:29
Hey Kel I also Live in Brussels ? What for shop do you buy those LP's? Is it the shop "à la bourse"?
Posted By: Kel bazar Date: 09 May 2011 21:33:03

Pas ce disque là, il vient de ce magasin situé rue Philippe de Champagne, une petite rue qui donne dans la rue du midi.
Posted By: oldschooldude Date: 31 May 2011 15:26:53
thanks/merci. for those who wonder how to convert 24 Bit/96 Khz to 16 Bit/44.1 Khz, there's a very simple way to do it. use "super" (freeware) and set everything correctly (sampling freq, codec, etc). before encoding you must tip the "disable video" box, and choose wav as an output. you will get perfectly cd burnable tracks, while you can keep the 24/96 stuff on a hd in a cool place ;)