Folk-Rock Japanese Rock Singer/Songwriter. Singer Sachiko Kanenobu is represented here by the 1971 grooving dream pop single "Anata Kara Toku E," and as part of her earlier rock group Gu from 1969.
A guide to the majestic sound of the Japanese underground. Light in the Attic Records’ upcoming release Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973 collects a number of essential folk and rock songs from the angura, or underground, movement of late ‘60s-early ‘70s Japan. Happy End, Haruomi Hosono and Maki Asakawa may be recognizable names to some, but the other equally worthy artists on the compilation remain unknown to most but the die hard fans. It’s beyond exciting that after almost half a century, these artists, many of whom were initially influenced by Western artists,.
Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973 (2xLP, Comp).
Some of the most influential figures in Japanese pop music emerged from this vital period, yet very little of their work has ever been released or heard outside of Japan, until now. Light In The Attic is thrilled to present Even a Tree Can Shed Tears, the inaugural release in the label’s Japan Archival Series. This is the first-ever, fully licensed collection of essential Japanese folk and rock songs from the peak years of the angura movement to reach Western audiences.
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Even A Tree Can Shed Tear. has been added to your Cart. This is such a great album! Not only do I love the songs but I can practice my Japanese because the slow nature of the songs allows me to pick out individual words easier than most other Japanese music. Instead, it is a CD filled with very standard 70s california type folk/soft rock sounds where the singers just happen to be japanese. Only a few songs stood out as special; most would seem no different than the types of also-ran songs countless people post on YouTube of obscure folk, or rock, or psychedelic songs that usually have just a couple of thousand views. It was actually surprising to read in the liner notes (Which are excellent, thorough and informative) that many of the tracks on this CD come from albums that are now considered classics of their type in Japan.
Thursday, MIDDAY-1PM, one off. An hour of Japanese folk music released between 1969 and 1973.
From: Various – Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973 Label: Light In The Attic – LITA 156 Format: . .What's Inside? Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973 Light In The Attic Records 00:32:10. Haruomi Hosono - Hosono House (1973) FULL ALBUM Kuma's campfire. Lee Hazlewood - Trouble Is a Lonesome Town (Light In The Attic) CargoRecordsGermany. 4 years ago. Lee Hazlewood - Trouble Is a Lonesome Town Released 2013-07-05 on Light In The Attic 1. 00:00:00 Lee Hazlewood Long.
Even a Tree Can Shed Tears focuses on the Japanese underground of the late 60s and early 70s. At this time, the country’s youth began to turn away from Beatlemania and embrace the sounds of the American West Coast as well as reigniting an interest in native folk musical cultures. The result was the ‘New Music’ sound of Tokyo’s cafe scene and the protest music of the Kansai region.