Julian Cope presents JAPROCKSAMPLER.COM

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Tadanori Yokoo - Comments
I'm [not] Dead
I hadn't read the bio here, but I want to make it clear that Mr. Yokoo is not dead.

Also, if you order anything from his official site/store, (including the fantastic Bridge Records "Opera" reissue) he will kindly autograph and personalize it, from beyond the grave, no less!
Posted by judan-maiku, Dec 01, 2010
Murahatchibu - Artist Information
Fabricated nonsense
Fujio does not have a "black face" in homage to Chuck Berry. This is fabricated nonsense, like many other information in this book. His face is painted black, another members face is painted white, another members face is painted half-black half-white, another members face is painted black with white outlines, and finally Chabo is painted white with black stripes. Do you need to be baby-fed the artistic idea? Julian Cope you fabricating dumb-fuck
Posted by fixingbullshit, Nov 25, 2010
Blues Creation - Comments
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I don't know why the uploaded image replaced the Blues Creation images... maybe automatic because the file is larger? Sorry about that.
Posted by judan-maiku, Oct 20, 2010
Blues Creation 1981年 大沢博美&NIGHT PEOPLE ポリドールレコードにて/From 1981's "Hiromi Osawa & Night People" on Polydor Records. Can anyone find this record? (http://blog.studio-ales.net)
Posted by judan-maiku, Oct 20, 2010
Blues Creation From Uchida-san's 7th New Years World Rock Festival 1989-1990. Hiromi Osawa's "Boogie Brothers" group. (http://www.nyrf.net/j.html)
Posted by judan-maiku, Oct 20, 2010
Posted by judan-maiku, Oct 20, 2010
Masahiko Satoh - Artist Information
add to dicog
Electro Keyboard Orchestra (Columbia, 1975)
Posted by cuddles, Aug 03, 2010
GET UP (RCA, 1975)
Jazz-funk veering towards mid to late-seventies fusion cheese, but still enjoyable, and still way better than Weather Report or soul-less wankers like that...cool cover art though, too bad the music isn`t as psychedelic....
Posted by cuddles, Aug 03, 2010
ELECTRUM (Victor, 1970)
Absolutely killer, this is 10 times better than Uganda! About half the time I am diametrically opposed to Cope's views on music, both in the Japan and Krautrock books. I do appreciate the Japan book for getting me to discover Japan seventies music (after going to Tokyo for the past 10 years without knowing anything about it beyond a few faves like the FTB and the FEFB) This is psychedelic jazz, not stoner rock, and its great!
Posted by cuddles, Aug 03, 2010