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  2. Apr 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travellin' Band - 切狂言 (Kirikyōgen) Full Album-YouTube 12 Year Old Boy Humiliates Simon Cowell - Duration: LosGranosTV Recommended.
  3. Mar 10,  · Happiness Frequency, Serotonin, Dopamine and Endorphin Release Music, Binaural Beats Healing Music Greenred Productions - Relaxing Music watching Live now.
  4. Kuni Kawachi discography and songs: Music profile for Kuni Kawachi, born 7 July Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Symphonic Prog. Albums include Ongaku Vintage Psychedelia in Japan, Love Suki Daikirai, and Utae Nakunaru Maeni.
  5. May 08,  · Provided to YouTube by SongCast, Inc. Like Lovers · Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travelling Band Love Suki Daikirai (Where My Voice Can Be Heard) ℗ , TTW Released on: Auto-generated by.
  6. Sep 03,  · For his second LP, 's LOVE SUKI DAIKIRAI, Kawachi turned to the ubiquitous Jun "Kimio" Mizutani, former teen raver with garage band Out Cast, whose lead guitar had informed such legendary LPs as People's BUDDHA MEETS ROCK and LOVE WILL MAKE A BETTER YOU by Love Live Life +1.
  7. May 06,  · Keyboardist Kuni Kawachi would also work with Tenjo Sajiki, J.A. Caesar and Flower Travellin’ Band..~ Progressive countries of Japan took shape not from scratch. Before the public began to carry out the brain with its infinitely virtuosic fusion and avant-brigades, melodic groups like the heroes of the current review flourished on the.
  8. Oct 04,  · Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travelling Band CD. Reissue of Kuni Kawachi's ultra-rare Kirikyogen album recorded in with members of The Flower Travellin' Band. Stunning record with great Hideki Ishema burning guitarwork and vocals from Joe! Sounds like a lost Flower Travellin' Band album except it's a bit more progressive overall.
  9. It’s a very varied and experimental album, featuring lots of avant-garde collage work and musique concrete that’s hard to describe, odd Japanese theatre and pop, Japanese ballads, and a side-and-a-bit of The Flowers [when they were about to become Flower Travellin’ Band - see above] jamming in a free and freaked style.

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