A live multitrack recording from 2009 of the collaboration of Acid Mothers Temple SWR - Kawabata Makoto, Tsuyama Atushi, and Yoshida Tatsuya - with saxophonist Umezu Kazutoki.
Out of Stock
Reordered on 5/4/2020
Shipping Weight: 2.00 units
Quantity in Basket: None
Log In to use our Wish List
Catalog ID: DQC-613 / MGC-37
Squidco Product Code: 13980
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded live at Akihabara Goodman on January 25th, 2009 by Yoshida Tatsuya
Yoshida Tatsuya-drums, keyboards, vocals
Tsuyama Atsushi-bass, flute, vocal
Kawabata Makoto-guitar, guitar, synthesizer
Umezu Kazutoki-alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
Click an artist name above to see in-stock items for that artist.
Highlight an instrument above
and click here to Search for albums with that instrument.
• Show Bio for Kawabata Makoto
"Kawabata Makoto (河端 一) is a Japanese musician and founding member of the band Acid Mothers Temple.
Kawabata is chiefly famous for his leadership of Acid Mothers Temple and its variants; however, he has also played in many other bands since the start of his career in the late 1970s. Some of these bands are: Baroque Bordello; Toho Sara; Erochika; Tsurubami; Musica Transonic; Mainliner; Mothers of Invasion; Nishinihon; Floating Flower."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawabata_Makoto)
Have a better biography or biography source? Please Contact Us so that we can update this biography.
^ Hide Bio for Kawabata Makoto
1. The Jetplane Of The Derangement 5:59
2. Feng Shui Infected Schweitzer ~ A Free Agent Declaration 7:56
3. Sax, Truck, Doujima Roll 6:49
4. To Our Parents' Parents' Parents 7:18
5. No Stone, No Woman, No Records 8:32
6. Sax & The City 3:04
7. Timeless Kitchen 6:55
8. Battle Of Kmeido 4:18
sample the album:
A live multitrack recording from 2009 of the collaboration of Acid Mothers Temple SWR - Kawabata Makoto, Tsuyama Atushi, and Yoshida Tatsuya - with saxophonist Umezu Kazutoki. The live recordings were reassembled in the studio to create this magnificent album, an epic release that is both intricate and driving, with unusual twists and turns and a sense of humor that all 4 bring to their many projects. The band borrows from the idioms of rock, jazz, progressive, psychedelic, and even traditional Japanese music, using structured work and improvisation in startling and enjoyable ways. An album that bears repeated listens, recommended!
Rock and Related
RIO (Rock in Opposition)
Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
Acid Mothers Temple
Staff Picks & Recommended Items
2011 Top 40