Label: Eastworld - CT25-5577 • Series: 極東ロックコレクション • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock, Prog Rock
Ok; enjoy the music! Com uma hora eu baixei essa obra prima que acabei de descobrir! Muito obrigado cara!!! Postado por gigic junho 27, They were enormously energetic, with mad frenetic organ and guitar solos peppering their work, along with rather incomprehensible Japanese-language vocals.
Cosmos Factory — a progressive group formed in Nagoya, They moved to Tokyo the next year, acquired a manager [who was also a well-known rock critic] and got to work. In addition, the group has released several EPs, Fools Paradise - Leon Russell - Life Journey are now rare collectors' items.
Late 70s, the band has disbanded. Anyway, this album brought them a lot of recognition and they began playing support for big western bands of the era such as Humble Pie and The Moody Blues, both then well past their prime and probably overshadowed by their unique support act! Around this time, the band also began making music for film soundtracks and TV themes.
The production is excellent. However, A Journey With the Cosmos Factory takes a complete Cosmos Factory - Black Hole +1 from its predecessor, with experimental tracks like The Infinite Universe Of Our Mind, all discordant avant-garde piano, with most of the material fitting more in the 'psych' than 'prog' categories.
Excellent Moog work throughout, but next to no Mellotron although loads of string synthall I can hear being background choirs on beautiful opener Sunday's Happening. Black Hole sensibly returns to the style of their debut, though with a little more sophistication, and a little less Mellotron. I don't hear any other sounds than the ubiquitous strings, but they make nice use of them, so I should worry.
At the same time the music is also a trail got tougher and earthier. This is reflected in the fact that determines the music with his electric guitar, while Izumi keyboards organ and Mellotron pushed somewhat into the background. In particular, the synthesizer can be heard not much - at least he is not so much the focus as never to "A Journey With The Cosmos Factory".
With the title track the album is doing very Crimson. Nestled in cutting Mellotron and swelling organ rock electric guitar and bass mixed-edged and complex. Mizutani here represents all kinds with a guitar, it sounds like Robert Fripp, times like David Gilmour and sometimes like. The play pushes heavyweight Hunger Artist - Fascination/Mauvaise Foi enriched with the mysterious, sometimes screaming vocal interludes.
Oddly, the piece breaks off abruptly after just 9 minutes. After the brief, organ-dominated conduction "The Vague Image" - with fripp guitar in the background - comes with "hard image", a progressive blues rockers, fitted in with grunzigem Cosmos Factory - Black Hole +1 Japanese. The number pretty long and tough, then, provided with vocals, backing choirs huhuhu, sustained organ sounds and a long guitar solo a la Gilmour in the middle.
Here, too, brought the exalted voice my European ears slightly. With "Mirror Cosmos Factory - Black Hole +1 is again bleak.
Mysteriously drives the music, "meditative-Asian" and a little spacey psychedelic then, supported by dense, sometimes wildly out-propelled and equipped with this time organ sounds very suitable, mysterious and imploring vocals.
Sonically, the whole decorated with again reminiscent of Fripp guitar Cosmos Factory - Black Hole +1virtuoso acoustic guitar playing and monotone. The final "Magic Window" is still an easy breezy Proginstrumental of the questions Mizutami Izumi and her skills on display. This is some pretty heavy stuff and I am almost certian one of the most innovative Deep Honey - Goldfrapp - Wonderful Electric: Live In London (DVD) coming out of asia as far as music is concerned.
The music is drenched in organ and hard rockin' guitars with nice bass anchoring the music and keyboards adding a moody Black hole is the best track, especially the ending. Thank you so much Adam for that effort gigic Tracks: Blackhole The Vague Image introduction The Hard Image Crystal Solitaire A Wandering Young Man Days In The Past Mirror Freak Bonus track: Magic Window.
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