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World Heritage, The (Yamamoto Seiichi / Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki / Nasuno Mitsuru / Yoshida Tatsuy (Magaibutsu)

The Japanese improvising rock quintet The World Heritage--Yamamoto Seiichi, Katsui Yuji, Kido Natsuki, Nasuno Mitsuru, and Yoshida Tatsuya--with two guitars, violin, bass and drums, in a live recording of dynamic collective improvisation at Akihabara Goodman in 2013.
 

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Yamamoto Seiichi-guitar

Katsui Yuji-violin

Kido Natsuki-guitar

Nasuno Mitsuru-bass

Yoshida Tatsuya-drums


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6-page foldout insert with photos from Yoshida Tatsuya.

Label: Magaibutsu
Catalog ID: MGC-50
Squidco Product Code: 22330

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Japan
Packaging: Multi-panel fold out in sleeve
Recorded live at Akihabara Goodman on October 18th, 2013.

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The Japanese improvising rock quintet The World Heritage--Yamamoto Seiichi, Katsui Yuji, Kido Natsuki, Nasuno Mitsuru, and Yoshida Tatsuya--with two guitars, violin, bass and drums, in a live recording of dynamic collective improvisation at Akihabara Goodman in 2013.


6-page foldout insert with photos from Yoshida Tatsuya.

Artist Biographies

"Guitarist Kido Natsuki (鬼怒無月), born 7 July 1964, plays in a multitude of genre-defying units such as Bondage Fruit, Coil (Japan), Korekyojin, and Black Stage."



"Kido is the most important guitarist in the Japanese progressive rock scene. Also he plays avant-garde improvised music and on the other hand he may join to play tango or ethnic folk songs. At first...everybody will be surprised at his guitar technique, but soon they will understand his emotional musical sense.

He has been playing with his own band "BONDAGE FRUIT","PERE- FURU","COIL",super tang group "SALLE GAVEAU"and the all-acoustic band "WARE HOUSE". Also he is producing his own "Maboroshi no Sekai". "BONDAGE FRUIT" was invited by "Scandinavian Progressive Rock Festival"in 1998 and "Prog Fest '99" at San Francisco. In 2002 Richard Sinclair chose Kido for his Japanese unit.

"SALLE GAVEAU"had tour in Europe in this 2008 summer. He is also a great composer, he offers some compositions to "KIKI".

He is a important member of several group like " Kore- Kyojin "" Salamander" etc. In the other project,he played with various musicians like Pablo Ziegler,,Keiji Haino,Tatsuya Yoshida,Yadranca, Ryouta Komatsu, COBA,Sizzle Ohtaka,Yosuke Yamashita,Takaaki Segi, Kazuto Shimizu, Mitsuru Nasuno and so on.

He released many albums:

Bondagefruit 1 ~ 6 (Bondagefruit )

Pere-Furu (Pere-Furu)

Totem (ERA)

Three colors of the sky (ERA)

Alley(SALLE GAVEAU)

STRANGE DEVICE (SALLE GAVEAU)

Quiet Life (Solo)

Wild Life(Solo)

BigGames (Coil)

Endless game of Cat and Mouse (Warehouse)

Patorol Girl (Warehouse)

Isotope(Kore Kyojin)

etc

-Kido Natsuki Website (http://www.k3.dion.ne.jp/~u-shi/kiki/kido_e.html)
2/21/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Kekova 10:13

2. Cyaneai 9:31

3. Pinara 10:35

4. Sidyma 8:35

5. Xanthos 10:24

6. Letoon 7:01

7. Patara 10:17

8. Ucagiz 7:10

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Rock and Related
Progressive Rock
Improvised Rock
Improvised Music
Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
Magaibutsu
Quintet Recordings
New in Rock Forms

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