Thursday, February 22, 2007

Kazuki Tomokawa-Playing With Phantom,LP,1994,Japan


Born Tenji Nozoki (February 16, 1950), Kazuki Tomokawa is the stage name of a prolific Japanese acid-folk singer, poet, author, artist and racing tipster, active in the Japanese music scene since the early seventies. He began to sing when he was twenty years old being inpired by Masato Tomobe. He is often described as a "screaming philosopher" due to his idiosyncratic singing style. His music has been used in the films of cult directors Takashi Miike and Koji Wakamatsu, and he also appears in person in Miike's Izo (2004).
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3 comments:

a grey angel said...

thanks for posting this! After seeing Izo I was interested in hearing more of his work.

Sins We Can't Absolve said...

Go there to find more Tomokawa's stuffs ;)

http://time-has-told-me.blogspot.com/

(it's not my blog, just a folk music fan's blog).

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