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The kaleidoscopic psychedelia of 1970s Japan captured a fragile and fertile moment as the country sought it's future in funk grooves, heavy reverb and lyrical hallucinations.The follow-up compilation to Time Capsule's Nippon Acid Folk, Nippon Psychedelic Soul takes myriad pathways into the tripped-out undergrowth of 1970s Japan. Finding their feet at home and looking for inspiration abroad, the musicians featured here were engaged in the communal soul-searching that followed the breakdown of the 1960s protest movements. Some made it big, others drifted into oblivion. The music they left behind shimmers with intensity.
The kaleidoscopic psychedelia of 1970s Japan captured a fragile and fertile moment as the country sought it's future in funk grooves, heavy reverb and lyrical hallucinations.The follow-up compilation to Time Capsule's Nippon Acid Folk, Nippon Psychedelic Soul takes myriad pathways into the tripped-out undergrowth of 1970s Japan. Finding their feet at home and looking for inspiration abroad, the musicians featured here were engaged in the communal soul-searching that followed the breakdown of the 1960s protest movements. Some made it big, others drifted into oblivion. The music they left behind shimmers with intensity.
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Nippon Psychedelic Soul 1970-1979 / Various - Nippon Psychedelic Soul 1970-1979 / Various

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Format: Vinyl
Label: TIME CAPSULE
Rel. Date: 05/17/2024
UPC: 7483223220890

Nippon Psychedelic Soul 1970-1979 / Various
Artist: Nippon Psychedelic Soul 1970-1979 / Various
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Hiroshi Kamayatsu - Have You Smoked Gauloise?
2. Happy End - Haruyo Koi (Come, Spring)
3. Yoshiko Sai - Aoi Galasu Dama (Blue Glass Ball)
4. Tadashi Goino Group - Jikan Wo Koero (Go Beyond Time)
5. Jun Fukamachi - Omae (You)
6. Momotaro Pink with Original Pinks - Hachigatsu No Inshow (August's Impression)
7. Vol.1 Chap.100 - Heya No Naka (In the Room)

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The kaleidoscopic psychedelia of 1970s Japan captured a fragile and fertile moment as the country sought it's future in funk grooves, heavy reverb and lyrical hallucinations.The follow-up compilation to Time Capsule's Nippon Acid Folk, Nippon Psychedelic Soul takes myriad pathways into the tripped-out undergrowth of 1970s Japan. Finding their feet at home and looking for inspiration abroad, the musicians featured here were engaged in the communal soul-searching that followed the breakdown of the 1960s protest movements. Some made it big, others drifted into oblivion. The music they left behind shimmers with intensity.
        
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