Monday, June 16, 2008

DADA-JYO,LP,1978,JAPAN




Drawing inspiration from German electronic music, Fripp & Eno and Heldon, Dada (Kenji Konishi and Mutsuhiko Izumi) infused synth and guitar driven sounds with gagaku-inspired drones to achieve a sort of Oriental lyricism. The band subsequently released the album DADA (King '81) before splitting. Meanwhile, Konishi formed 4D, shifting his direction towards techno dance music, while Izumi joined the jazz-rock group Kennedy, and later After Dinner.
From:"Vanity Fair In Osaka"by Satoru Higashisetofrom Music No. 2, 1998.
Yes guys,finally this rarity is posted here !The Vanity records 1st ever release.Great LP with much Fripp/Eno and Heldon/Pinhas influences. The record has some clovcks and pops .I tried to do the berst to clean it with cool edit.Thanks for this Sascha!This post is especially for my buddy here ,Eric...Hope you like it pal....
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16 comments:

Roger Mexico said...

Listening to it right now - very good indeed, well worth waiting for!

Anonymous said...

Thank yoU!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks! You guys share some amazing music!

Omayyad said...

Finally!
To see this after so many years of hunting. Mega KUDO's on this one. You have out done yourself!!

mezon said...

You had me at "heldon"

a-g said...

Thanks for sharing an After Dinner related post!

Hope for more of similar.

Anonymous said...

u da best!

soundhead said...

been looking for this for a year... thank you.

batty said...

yes!

Anonymous said...

okay, i can die now.

Anonymous said...

ahh.. thanx! i've read about this particular gem elsewhere. looking forward to digging into it!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Thanks ever so much. Can't believe I'm finally going to hear it.

Knife in the Toaster said...

Thanks for this! Sounds as good as I expected.

For those of you who are just as anal about indexing as I am, I went ahead and indexed the tracks and uploaded it. The archive contains the original files and the new indexed tracks.

http://www.badongo.com/file/10396123

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Sean said...

This is really amazing! For me it definately has a Fripp feel to it but even more so I would say it feels more akin to Terje Rypdal from the Odyssey lp mixed with maybe Jade Warrior's Waves Lp. Excellent spacial workings between soaring guitar, tribal drums, and Tangerine Dream like spiritual electronics. Probably the best I've ever heard in this genre.

Fementido said...

Terrific!