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Dementos (LP + insert)
Cat: HRLP 143. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Blue Suits (4:04)
  2. Dementos (4:02)
  3. Madame Shriek (2:28)
  4. A Normal Day (3:08)
  5. Find No Word To Say (4:00)
  6. I'm Dying For Love (5:21)
  7. My Friend The Secretary (3:30)
  8. Anaconda Mon Amour (4:07)
  9. Soul De Rock (3:39)
  10. Sateto (2:45)
Review: In 1988, Yasuaki Shimizu moved to Paris and collaborated with avant-garde artists such as David Cunningham of Flying Lizards (who is a special guest on this album) and Manny Elias of Tears for Fears. His second album Dementos conveyed a spirit of the times unique to Shimizu - who was at the epicentre of a world music movement that was extremely prosperous at that time. He brought his sister Mieko over from Japan and made her engage in hours of idle talk which is a constant throughout the LP and this eventually led him to conclude that human patterns of communication were indeed strange.
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 in stock $44.80
Re Subliminal (LP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: HRLP 098. Rel: 04 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Chiko-Chan (4:30)
  2. Mamawasotode (5:43)
  3. Tsuzuraori No Onna (4:27)
  4. Tamare-Tamare (5:21)
  5. Mari-Chan (3:59)
  6. Chiko-Chan (Chee Shimizu re-edit) (7:13)
  7. Tamare-Tamare (Chee Shimizu re-edit) (7:15)
Review: 1987's Subliminal is one of the more eccentric albums in the bulging discography of Japanese saxophonist turned electronics wizard Yasuaki Shimizu. It was recorded in Paris and was an apparently an attempt by the composer-producer to "capture the spirit of everyday encounters". As this essential reissue proves, the album has lost none of its quirky charms over the last three decades. There are dashes of off-kilter soundtrack jazz, pitched-down synth-pop chuggers, inspired fusions of traditional French music and rubbery electrofunk, far-sighted global fusions that defy easy categorization, and moments that some may consider "Balearic". This reissue also includes two tasty new edits of album highlights from Japanism label boss Chee Shimizu, both of which expertly extend the original versions for added out-of-this-world pleasure.
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out of stock $43.76
Kakashi (reissue) (LP + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: PFLP 007/WRWTFWW 21. Rel: 27 Mar 19
Jazz
  1. Suiren (4:38)
  2. Kakashi (4:38)
  3. Kono Yoni Yomeri #1 (3:00)
  4. Semi Tori No Hi (4:36)
  5. Kono Yoni Yomeri #2 (2:18)
  6. Yune Dewa (4:43)
  7. Umi No Ue Kara (8:21)
  8. Utsukushiki Tennen (4:37)
Review: Kakashi is the latest in a long line of largely forgotten Yasuaki Shimizu albums and side projects to be given the reissue treatment. The album was originally released in Japan by Better Days back in 1981, and saw the jazz man-turned-ambient explorer join the dots between melodious, post-punk era jazz-fusion, new age influenced downtempo grooves, dub, ambient and eccentric, hard-to-pigeonhole experimentation. While musically diverse, the album hangs together beautifully. This is primarily down to two key factors: the ubiquity of Shimizu's evocative saxophone, flute and clarinet playing, and the richness of the multi-instrumentalist's superb production.
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out of stock $36.47
Kakashi (limited cassette)
Cat: HMVC 17. Rel: 14 Nov 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Suiren (4:33)
  2. Kakashi (4:42)
  3. Kono Yo Ni Yomeri #1 (3:00)
  4. Semitori No Hi (4:42)
  5. Kono Yo Ni Yomeri #2 (2:16)
  6. Yune Dewa (4:51)
  7. Umi No Ue Kara (8:29)
  8. Utsukushiki Tennen (4:45)
Review: Kakashi is the latest in a long line of largely forgotten Yasuaki Shimizu albums and side projects to be given the reissue treatment. The album was originally released in Japan by Better Days back in 1981, and saw the jazz man-turned-ambient explorer join the dots between melodious, post-punk era jazz-fusion, new age influenced downtempo grooves, dub, ambient and eccentric, hard-to-pigeonhole experimentation. While musically diverse, the album hangs together beautifully. This is primarily down to two key factors: the ubiquity of Shimizu's evocative saxophone, flute and clarinet playing, and the richness of the multi-instrumentalist's superb production.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
out of stock $28.13
Music For Commercials (reissue) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MTM 12LP. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tachikawa (1:08)
  2. Seiko 1 (0:59)
  3. Seiko 2 (1:06)
  4. Sen-Nen 1 (2:02)
  5. Ricoh 1 (1:33)
  6. Seiko 3 (1:09)
  7. Boutique Joy (1:24)
  8. Seiko 4 (1:11)
  9. Ricoh 2 (1:16)
  10. Laox (1:16)
  11. Shiseido (1:07)
  12. Seiko 5 (0:48)
  13. Sharp (1:06)
  14. Sen-Nen 2 (2:02)
  15. Honda (1:35)
  16. Suntory (0:42)
  17. Knorr (0:59)
  18. Bridgestone 1 (1:59)
  19. Bridgestone 2 (0:53)
  20. Bridgestone 3 (1:58)
  21. Bridgestone 4 (1:02)
  22. Bridgestone 5 (1:17)
  23. Ka-Cho-Fu-Getsu (9:48)
  24. Seibu (0:39)
Review: The last few years has seen increased interest in the back catalogue of Japanese jazzman and composer turned ambient pioneer Yasuaki Shimizu. A number of his early '80s albums - both under his given name and the Mariah alias - have already been given the reissue treatment. The latest set to get a second lease of life is 1987's Music For Commercials, an exquisite set of mostly synthetic compositions originally created for television advertisements in his native Japan. While many of the pieces are frustratingly short (reflecting the length of ad spots), they're rarely less than inspired, with Shimizu variously fusing elements of modern classical, ambient, new-age, fusion jazz, Reichian minimalism and, most intriguingly of all, Art of Noise style Fairlight-CMI sample manipulation and early computer composition.
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out of stock $20.83
Cat: MTM 12. Rel: 14 Sep 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tachikawa
  2. Seiko 1
  3. Seiko 2
  4. Sen-Nen 1
  5. Ricoh 1
  6. Seiko 3
  7. Boutique Joy
  8. Seiko 4
  9. Ricoh 2
  10. Laox
  11. Shiseido
  12. Seiko 5
  13. Sharp
  14. Sen-Nen 2
  15. Honda
  16. Suntory
  17. Knorr
  18. Bridgestone 1
  19. Bridgestone 2
  20. Bridgestone 3
  21. Bridgestone 4
  22. Bridgestone 5
  23. Ka-Cho-Fu-Getsu
  24. Seibu
Review: The last few years has seen increased interest in the back catalogue of Japanese jazzman and composer turned ambient pioneer Yasuaki Shimizu. A number of his early '80s albums - both under his given name and the Mariah alias - have already been given the reissue treatment. The latest set to get a second lease of life is 1987's Music For Commercials, an exquisite set of mostly synthetic compositions originally created for television advertisements in his native Japan. While many of the pieces are frustratingly short (reflecting the length of ad spots), they're rarely less than inspired, with Shimizu variously fusing elements of modern classical, ambient, new-age, fusion jazz, Reichian minimalism and, most intriguingly of all, Art of Noise style Fairlight-CMI sample manipulation and early computer composition.
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out of stock $9.37
Cat: PFLP 007/WRWTFWW21 CD. Rel: 12 Dec 17
Jazz
  1. Suiren
  2. Kakashi
  3. Kono Yo Ni Yomeri (Sono 1)
  4. Semitori No Hi
  5. Kono Yo Ni Yomeri (Sono 2)
  6. Yune Dewa
  7. Umi No Ue Kara
  8. Utsukushiki Tennen
Review: Kakashi is the latest in a long line of largely forgotten Yasuaki Shimizu albums and side projects to be given the reissue treatment. The album was originally released in Japan by Better Days back in 1981, and saw the jazz man-turned-ambient explorer join the dots between melodious, post-punk era jazz-fusion, new age influenced downtempo grooves, dub, ambient and eccentric, hard-to-pigeonhole experimentation. While musically diverse, the album hangs together beautifully. This is primarily down to two key factors: the ubiquity of Shimizu's evocative saxophone, flute and clarinet playing, and the richness of the multi-instrumentalist's superb production.
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out of stock $14.07
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