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Wytwórnia:Everland Psych

Rok :1983/RN

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Electronic ,Synth-pop, Avantgarde, Experimental , jazz


Wydanie  card - sleevve  , obi , insert + plakat 36cm x 36cm



1. そこから... Sokokara /Lyrics By – Julie Fowell, Seta Evanian 5:20
2. 視線  Shisen /Lyrics By – Seta Evanian 3:06
3. 花が咲いたら  Hana Ga Saitara /Lyrics By – Aki Ikuta 8:05
4. 不自由な鼠 Fujiyu Na Nezumi /Lyrics By – Julie Fowell, Seta Evanian 4:30
5. 空に舞うまぼろし Sora Ni Mau Maboroshi /Lyrics By – Aki Ikuta, Jimmy Murakawa 5:15
6. 心臓の扉 Shinzo No Tobira /Lyrics By – Julie Fowell, Seta Evanian 4:40
7. 少年 Shonen /Lyrics By – Julie Fowell  5:03


Bass, Backing Vocals – Morio Watanabe

Composed By, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Piano, Keyboards – Yasuaki Shimizu

Drums, Backing Vocals – Hideo Yamaki

Guitar – Takayuki Hijikata

Keyboards – Masanori Sasaji

Vocals – Julie Fowell (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7), Yasuaki Shimizu (tracks: 3, 5)


Recorded and Mixed at Rockwell Studio (Hakone) and Nippon Columbia Studios (Tokyo)
Thanks: Seta, Minako Yoshida, Aki, Toshiyuki Ohta, Kawakatsu, Issei, Hashi and Kiyoshi Ozawa

1983 original release (double 12" EP), Nippon Columbia


A legendary yet long lost crown jewel from the early '80s
Japanese electronic and jazz rock scene. New powerful master, much appreciated by the artist. Mariah was a Japanese outfit in the field of art pop, way back in the very late '70s and early '80s with 5 albums up their score from 1980 to 1983. The album from 1979 entitled as 'Mariah' was actually made before the band Mariah was formed, and was released as a solo album by Yasuaki Shimizu. The album at hand is the fifth and for the time being last album in this row, released as a double vinyl back in 1983. Original copies, that are at least in very good condition, are hard to find. This reissue on Everland comes housed in a Japanese style CD cover with printed innersleeve, obi, and 36x36 cm poster. The musical basement of 'Utakata No Hibi' is a fusion of dreamy synthesizer pop and haunting new wave music, that could be found all around the globe back in 1983. In the vein of Tears For Fears or more adventurous David Bowie stuff, with a touch of Kraftwerk or even Brian Eno here and there, but all this gets spiced up with an atmosphere of Japanese traditionalism, with a few bits and pieces from the old music from this Far East island, which sounds so magic to us Westeners. The progressive, wacky art pop of this project was led by the popular Japanese composer and musician Yasuaki Shimizu, a relentlessly exploratory saxophonist who even dared to rework Johann Sebastian Bach's cello suites for saxophone.
As brilliant as this man is, the music on 'Utakata No Hibi' turns out to be. And the master himself approved and much
appreciated the brand new remastering of this album by assisting a highly professional team of sound engineers who dusted off the ancient tape reels. For certain the record sounds and feels '80s through and through, electronic to the very rhythmical bone of each song sugar coated with catchy melodies that resemble Japanese classic and Enka music, which is a kind of folksy pop music. The listener gets directly drawn into a feverish dream of steaming Far Eastern cities and their darkest and most depraved corners where you find everything cheap in sleazy bars and unlighted backyards and alleys. Double


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