Wednesday, March 21, 2007

into the velvet abyss:




Wow. I'm not sure how we went from Ayumi Hamasaki to the Taj-mahal Travellers...perhaps it was Ayu's repetitive eurobeat that made me want to submerge myself in the deep dark drones of the legendary Japanese psyche outfit. Hopefully, the Taj-Mahal Travellers need no introduction. This recording is a live group improvisation that took place at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm on July 1971. Personnel for this show is: Yukio Tsuchiga, Ryo Koika, and Michihiro Kimura.
Dig the killer photos, dig the killer sound!

Drone on and on and oooooooooonnnnnn
Part One
Part Two

6 comments:

Danny Finale said...

HAHAHAHHAHA...that bass zepplin cover is freaking priceless. your blog is way more interesting than mine...mine just got kinda wierd which is why i stopped blogging. but i am going to do a picture blog of the european tour so once the VT tour starts go check it out @ www.dannyfinale.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Hi, the "Night On Earth" link goes to the Wohlstand file, unless I'm mistaken...

jAy @ jApAn said...

hi, thanks anonymous...link fixed now. DF--if you think that BZ cover is priceless...wit until you hear the booty-bass-less(?) silliness of the music. Hope you are good, my friend!

xhol desert said...

Wow, cool! You have some really interesting things here!

karatte said...

Thanx a lot! Great music.

Dirk said...

love this band

thanks for sharing!