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Harumi

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Tracklist

CD 1

1)

Talk About It (04:17) Harumi

2)

First Impressions (03:15) Harumi

3)

Don't Know What I'm Gonna Do (03:11) Harumi

4)

Hello (04:03) Harumi

5)

Sugar In Your Tea (03:27) Harumi

6)

Caravan (03:09) Harumi

7)

Hunters Of Heaven (03:01) Harumi

8)

Hurry Up Now (03:54) Harumi

9)

What A Day For Me (02:49) Harumi

10)

We Love (02:23) Harumi

11)

Fire By The River (03:36) Harumi

12)

Twice Told Tales Of The Pomegranate Forest (24:02) Harumi

13)

Samurai Memories (24:00) Harumi

Recensie

Recorded by Tom Wilson (who else?) for Verve in 1967 and 1968 in New York, this set originally appeared on a double LP (which has been reissued on both vinyl and CD by Fallout). This is one of the wildest and most unbelievably ambitious recordings to come from the psychedelic era. Harumi (a mystery man who recorded one more album before vanishing into the ether) could write pop songs and sing them. He also sounds like he did a lot of acid. Harumi (who sings and speaks in English), Wilson, arrangers Harvey Vinson and Larry Fallon, and engineer Gary Kellegren assembled a tripped-out collection of pop, Eastern folk, and experimental music and production techniques, with sounds, textures, and atmospheres that incorporated everything from strings and horns to Japanese folk instruments to vibraphones and (of course) plenty of guitars and drums and organ. Of the 13 cuts here, 11 are of conventional length and are utterly seductive in their hypnotic power and pop brilliance. The last two, "Twice Told Tales of the Pomegranate Forest" and "Samurai Memories," are 24 minutes and 18 minutes long, respectively. These two have plenty of cosmic spoken word by Wilson (Rosko) and Harumi, and on the past by his parents and his sister. The first of these, the longer one, is a bit difficult to take with its slow pace, minimal orchestration, and nearly nonsensical story (that's what the remote is for). The second one, with its discotheque go-go boots beat and orchestration, phased sounds, and Japanese language, is an exotic masterpiece. It grooves throughout, especially when the electric guitars and strings play counterpoint to one another. Simply put, there is nothing at all like this record in the known universe. It has been compared to the adventurousness of the Mothers of Invention, but only insofar as its wide range. The music here, while a huge compendium of sources, is unlike anything you have ever heard when it is put together. Harumi's self-titled album is simply a classic from the underground brought back into the light. ~ Thom Jurek

Medewerkers

Kunstenaar Harumi

Platenlabel Early Dawn

Illustrator Sherri Berri

Platenlabel Early Records

Productdetails

DUIN V2F2JAI9QCB

GTIN 6038152913491

Verschijningsdatum 30.11.2018

Aantal discs 1

Product type CD

Aantal tracks 13

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