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Old 03.16.2007, 07:29 AM   #21
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Shuji Inaba-The Rapture of Being Destroyed
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2004 Japanese Outsider Folk


This is one for the people who like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa


but this guy seems to be less known



Shuji Inaba is a Japanese avant-folk singer and guitarist who hasn't reached the same level of documentation as peers like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. No 13 CD box set for Shuji yet! And some might find the prospect of such a box set quite frightening -- a single disc of his raw acoustic guitar playing and whisper-scream vocalizations will be more than enough for a lot of folks. Others will find Inaba's Rapture Of Being Destroyed to be a harrowing yet compelling listen. With some tracks filled with stark outbursts from silence and others more 'song' like, this is a great record recommended for those who already dig the likes of Dead Raven Choir and the aforementioned Kan Mikami. This Last Visible Dog cd release comes with Inaba's poetic lyrics translated into English by Alan Cummings." -- Aquarius. Shuji has appeared on PSF records and has two releases on Planktone records. Similar to Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. This CD includes a lyric sheet with translations by Alan Cummings.





"Before a small audience in the Five Pennies club in Tottori, west Japan, Shuji Inaba performs his first song, "To A Corpse", in a whisper verging on the inaudible. It's something like a shamanic prayer to wreathe his listeners in trance. An explosion of raw acoustic guitar heralds the onset of next, called "Modern Terrorism". The shaman offers his audience a journey: "Let's fly together to the dark side of the moon / A gaudy name for our epitaph." Inaba's delivery is dramatic in the extreme, as he gulps and gasps, his voice overwhelmed in emotion. The antithesis of a cool, know-it-all singer-songwriter, his Japanese antecedents would include the stylised chanting of medieval epics over the violently struck biwa lute, or the lectern-thumping passion of the Gidayu narrator in Bunraku puppet plays.


By his third song, Inaba is prepared to settle down into a recognisable song form, with metre and verses. This is a lament for the destruction of Hiroshima, a political ballad with clear kinship to the tragic Enka love songs beloved of Japanese karaoke bars. After this relatively restrained interlude, he follows his Hiroshima theme into "Uranium 235", a terrifying raw vision of people running amok to escape the return of the Enola Gay atom bomb. Thrashing his guitar, his vocal reduced on occasion to panic-stricken gibbering, Inaba is determined to put his listeners right through the experience.


Inaba comes fro Shimane, near Hiroshima, and lines up with Kan Mikami and Keiji Haino as a performer prowling the very edges of what is possible given a voice, a guitar and an audience. This is a verité recording of a club show, complete with long gabs between songs. The lyrics are provided in an English translation by Alan Cummings. The most effective track may be the exhausted ballad that follows in the wake of the harrowing "Uranium 235". "Let's play, let's be played with" -- Inaba is grappling with the dark side, maybe not of the moon, but of cute Japan."




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Old 03.16.2007, 10:21 AM   #24
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Has anyone got Guitarrorists (Number Six Records, 1991)? Will you link it, please?

I only have it on an aged cassette from FM radio when WUOG in Athens played the album back in the day.

I could buy a used copy, sure, but I can also just solicit for a download, right?

Atari, oh man what timing the Guitarrorists dowload just showed up in a blog that is either on or linked to www.mutant-sounds.blogspot.com as i remember seeing it in my searches lastnite...

right now i can't locate the exact blog maybe someone else can, because on my work computer "blog" sites are locked out and can't be viewed... otherwsie i'll update you later when i get home.
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Shuji Inaba-The Rapture of Being Destroyed
http://citiesonflamewithrockandroll.blogspot.com/






 

2004 Japanese Outsider Folk


This is one for the people who like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa


but this guy seems to be less known



Shuji Inaba is a Japanese avant-folk singer and guitarist who hasn't reached the same level of documentation as peers like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. No 13 CD box set for Shuji yet! And some might find the prospect of such a box set quite frightening -- a single disc of his raw acoustic guitar playing and whisper-scream vocalizations will be more than enough for a lot of folks. Others will find Inaba's Rapture Of Being Destroyed to be a harrowing yet compelling listen. With some tracks filled with stark outbursts from silence and others more 'song' like, this is a great record recommended for those who already dig the likes of Dead Raven Choir and the aforementioned Kan Mikami. This Last Visible Dog cd release comes with Inaba's poetic lyrics translated into English by Alan Cummings." -- Aquarius. Shuji has appeared on PSF records and has two releases on Planktone records. Similar to Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. This CD includes a lyric sheet with translations by Alan Cummings.





"Before a small audience in the Five Pennies club in Tottori, west Japan, Shuji Inaba performs his first song, "To A Corpse", in a whisper verging on the inaudible. It's something like a shamanic prayer to wreathe his listeners in trance. An explosion of raw acoustic guitar heralds the onset of next, called "Modern Terrorism". The shaman offers his audience a journey: "Let's fly together to the dark side of the moon / A gaudy name for our epitaph." Inaba's delivery is dramatic in the extreme, as he gulps and gasps, his voice overwhelmed in emotion. The antithesis of a cool, know-it-all singer-songwriter, his Japanese antecedents would include the stylised chanting of medieval epics over the violently struck biwa lute, or the lectern-thumping passion of the Gidayu narrator in Bunraku puppet plays.


By his third song, Inaba is prepared to settle down into a recognisable song form, with metre and verses. This is a lament for the destruction of Hiroshima, a political ballad with clear kinship to the tragic Enka love songs beloved of Japanese karaoke bars. After this relatively restrained interlude, he follows his Hiroshima theme into "Uranium 235", a terrifying raw vision of people running amok to escape the return of the Enola Gay atom bomb. Thrashing his guitar, his vocal reduced on occasion to panic-stricken gibbering, Inaba is determined to put his listeners right through the experience.


Inaba comes fro Shimane, near Hiroshima, and lines up with Kan Mikami and Keiji Haino as a performer prowling the very edges of what is possible given a voice, a guitar and an audience. This is a verité recording of a club show, complete with long gabs between songs. The lyrics are provided in an English translation by Alan Cummings. The most effective track may be the exhausted ballad that follows in the wake of the harrowing "Uranium 235". "Let's play, let's be played with" -- Inaba is grappling with the dark side, maybe not of the moon, but of cute Japan."




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btw, i think that this is a killer recording...
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Atari, oh man what timing the Guitarrorists dowload just showed up in a blog that is either on or linked to www.mutant-sounds.blogspot.com as i remember seeing it in my searches lastnite...

right now i can't locate the exact blog maybe someone else can, because on my work computer "blog" sites are locked out and can't be viewed... otherwsie i'll update you later when i get home.

thanks, please do...I looked...but to not avail just yet
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Old 03.16.2007, 06:24 PM   #29
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Nevermind...i found it...2nd google attempt to the rescue...


 





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Guitarrorists (1991)
1. Sonic Boom - Overture [Spacemen 3] (1:54)
2. Kurt Ralske - Tar, Iodine, Blood + Rust [Ultra Vivid Scene] (2:40)
3. Kathy Korniloff - I Really Can't Say [Two Nice Girls] (2:59)
4. Jeffrey Evans - Longwood Mansion [Gibson Brothers] (1:46)
5. Wayne Coyne - I Want to Kill My Brother: The Cymbal Head [Flaming Lips] (3:36)
6. J Mascis - A Little Ethnic Song [Dinosaur Jr.] (2:58)
7. Dean Wareham - West Broadway [Galaxie 500] (2:38)
8. Mark E. Robinson - Guitarrorists Theme [Unrest] (1:44)
9. Marc Gentry - Mariposa [Rein Sanction] (2:43)
10. Dave Rick - Where's Gitchi Oombigat At? [King Missile] (4:01)
11. Kat Bjelland - Bruise Violet [Babes in Toyland] (3:12)
12. Thurston Moore - Blues for Spacegirl [Sonic Youth] (4:51)
13. Helios Creed - Green Volcano [Chrome] (1:37)
14. Tom Hazelmeyer - Guitar Wank-Off #13 [Halo of Flies] (3:16)
15. Paul Leary - Fillipé Mepelpeepe [Butthole Surfers] (3:19)
16. Nick Salomon - Dark Field [Bevis Frond] (3:00)
17. Don Fleming - Sound as Steel [Gumball] (1:08)
18. Kim Gordon - Kitten [Sonic Youth] (1:43)
19. Nikki Sudden - Cat's Cradle (3:26)
20. Kramer - Ovulation Always Brings Me Down [Bongwater] (2:23)
21. Neil Haggerty - Fallen off the Rocks [Royal Trux] (4:03)
22. Wayne Rogers - Hoichi the Earless [Crystalized Movements] (3:28)
23. Rick McCollum - Spider Plum [Afghan Whigs] (4:18)
24. Marcy Mays - Always Late [Scrawl] (1:06)
25. Lee Ranaldo - Here [Sonic Youth] (5:27)
26. Steve Albini - Nutty About Lemurs [Big Black] (1:43)

don't bother copying and pasting this section above^. The blogger had many errors and misspellings which I corrected.

Password: screwed_the_pooch

The link was from a blog & is expired now or I have otherwise removed it. It's up to you to find it now and find out for yourself which is the case.
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Old 03.16.2007, 09:09 PM   #30
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My favorite band besides SY, they are amazing live but since they sing in swedish, they don't see much exposure outside of scandinavia. THis was released on vinyl in 2002 (1003 copies) to celebrate the band's 10th anniversary, and also free on their website in four (4!) different audio file types if you go here. Also, directly cut-and-pasted links from their site ("ladda ner" = download):

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1. Hippodromen Ladda ner 2. Kompromissen Ladda ner 3. Allt på ett kort Ladda ner 4. Den ensamme sjömannens födelsedag Ladda ner 5. Ett ja som låter som ett nej Ladda ner 6. Jacques Costeau Ladda ner 7. Telefonsamtal till mor Ladda ner 8. Vem vill bliva stor Ladda ner 9. Tack och godnatt Ladda ner
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I've got a request if anyone has got it. I really want to get the Ramsey Lewis album Mother Nature's Son which is all wacked out moog covers of songs from the White Album. It's never been released in the U.S. on cd, though it was in Japan. The import is like $50-100 or more!
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anyone interested in the why are we here 7" comp on no core?

it's considered to be the companion to no core and it includes the excellent stillborn christians, along with corrosion of conformity, no labels and bloodmobile.
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Thanks. Tried downloading it and had some sort of error, so I'll have a go again later.
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okay, i'm going to clean that patti smith bootleg i was talking about (because it has some weird silvery shit all over one side and i don't know what it is) and figure out how to record LPs to the computer and i'll post it in here.
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found these though (the T.G. is in the Feb archive)


I know - I put it there.
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That´s fucking gold.

Thank You so much for this!

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okay, i'm going to clean that patti smith bootleg i was talking about (because it has some weird silvery shit all over one side and i don't know what it is) and figure out how to record LPs to the computer and i'll post it in here.
forget it. not happening.
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SPK - THE LAST ATTEMPT AT PARADISE

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Cool thread!
Now here's something from me:

Witold Lutoslawski - Trois Poèmes D'Henri Michaux
(1966, Wergo WER 60019 LP.)

Side 1

01 Trois Poèmes D'Henri Michaux (für Chor und Orchester)
i. Pensées ii. Le Grand Combat iii. Repos dans le Malheur


Side 2

02 Postludium (für Orchester)
03 Streichquartett (für Orchester)


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