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Sunday, March 27, 2011

芸能山城組 Geinō Yamashirogumi - 恐山/銅之剣舞 Osorezan / Dou No Kenbai (1976)


Anonymous said...

Thank you!

CAAC2 said...

Weird i have a different version this LP its sounds way different ! the one you have seems to be more lushed instrument wise like in the first track theres some sort of pads playing in the background the one i have there isn't

Zer0_II said...

I've been meaning to listen to this for a very long time. Thank you for saving me the trouble of having to track it down. I can't wait to listen to this. If it is even half as good as the Akira soundtrack I know I will absolutely love it.

Strange Ranger said...

@CzarofAudio: Yes, this CD version features a slightly extended version of the first piece compared to the original LP and CD releases.

@Zer0_II: This is an amazing record. If you haven't heard Ecophony Rinne yet either, you have to check it out because it is freakin' life-changing. I may end up posting a FLAC @ MF=R at some point.

I gonna try to get one more Japan post up Wednesday evening.

Zer0_II said...

@Strange Ranger: I haven't listened to Ecophony Rinne either. If you post it over on your blog, would you mind shooting me a message? Sometimes I get so consumed with my school work that I forget to check all my favorite blogs. In fact, I still haven't even had the opportunity to listen to this album yet. :( I look forward to seeing what you plan to finish off your selection from Japan with. I will download it regardless of whether I will have the opportunity to listen to it soon or not. I have thoroughly enjoyed every single album you have posted so far. Take care.