Hiro Yanagida - Hiro Yanagida album download
|A2||The Murder In The Midnight||8:19|
|B1||Good Morning People||2:59|
|B3||The Skyscraper 42ndF||3:56|
|B4||My Dear Mary||2:10|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): P-8027 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): P-8027 A2
|WPC6-8456||Hiro Yanagida||七才の老人天国 (CD, Album, RE, RM)||WEA Japan||WPC6-8456||Japan||1998|
|ARLP 524||Hiro Yanagida||Hiro Yanagida (LP)||Absinthe Records||ARLP 524||Germany||2018|
|WPCL-595||柳田ヒロ*||Hiro Yanagida (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Warner Bros. Records||WPCL-595||Russia||Unknown|
|SWAX-66, WQCL-164||ヒロ ヤナギダ*||七才の老人天国 (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Showboat, Warner Strategic Marketing||SWAX-66, WQCL-164||Japan||2003|
|DP 8027||Hiro Yanagida||Hiro Yanagida (CD, Album, RE)||Skyf Zol||DP 8027||South Africa||2005|
Hiro Yanagida – Hiro Yanagida. Label: Atlantic – P-8027.
When I got this album I was expecting to hear Japanese psychedelia in the mood of Far East Family Band. This is not. I was happily surprised to discover a Jazzy-Canterbury album, with some tracks very close to early Camel, and the surprise is bigger if we think that the release year is 1973, the same year of Camel's debut . Hiro Yanagida, at least in this album, was in advance with his times. The album doesn't have any weak moment and has the right to have its place in any prog collection.
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Fanastic artwork, as usual with this artist. This album was mentioned in the earlier Hiro post as the rarest item in his discography after the UFO Encounter. Perhaps not surprisingly it's subpar compared to all the others, except the "Folk and Rock Best Collection" which as the victim of low expectations fully bore out the lowness of said expectations. There's an odd mix here of completely generic songs, piano solo ramblings, and then the very occasional progressive sound or move here and there, but separated by long stretches of noncoding junk dna type music