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Futura Ancient Harmony

HARMONICA CREAMS

Futura Ancient Harmony

Ref: FSD6963


Price: 19.99

Japan has long held a love affair with Celtic music and this trio have become probably Japan's biggest Celtic export. Leader and harmonica player Yoshito Kiyono is based in Paris and calls their music 'Celtic Blues'. He is joined by Aiko Obuchi on fiddle and Koji Nagao on guitar. Harmonica Creams won first prize at the 2012 Ortiguerira Festival of Celtic World, the first time for a band from outside the Celtic region. This is their fourth album and features several guests including Brian Finnegan of Flook on tin whistle, Calum Stewart on Uilleann pipes, and accordion player Xabi Aburruzaga from Spain where the album was recorded.

1. Axis Mundi 2. Saint Sebastien 3. Ten days ten months 4. Garage de Rome 5. Kaprekar # 6174 6. Asturias Wind 7. Dance of Quadra 8. Arriba 9. Time Thief 10. My Song 11. Freesia

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20 Years / 20 Tunes

VARIOUS ARTISTS

20 Years / 20 Tunes

Ref: FSD6898


Price: 19.99

Congratulations to Respect Records, a record company we have worked with for the entire 20 years. Kenichi Takahashi has selected 20 tracks for this anniversary compilation. Here's my notes included in the CD booklet.

There aren’t many record companies like Respect Records. And there aren’t many people like Kenichi Takahashi, the indefatigable owner, founder and president. Respect Records and Takahashi san are of course wholly intertwined. The personality of Takahashi san shines through in the releases of his record company. At times joyous and uplifting; at other times rather sensitive and emotional. Everything is governed by his passion for music, his taste extending from personal favourites such as Bob Dylan to the music of Okinawa and Hawaii, two islands that have featured heavily in the label’s now extensive catalogue.

Takahashi san is also very much a people’s person, and this is another aspect of his personality that sets Respect Records apart. An artist on Respect Records gets treated with respect, dignity, and humility. Most, I’m sure, love his effervescence, optimism, and his contagious sense of humour. I’ve been lucky enough to work with him a few times, and witness first hand the bond of trust he builds with musicians, and the care he affords them. That care comes in useful when he has had to deal with elderly musicians over the years such as Ray Kane and Seijin Noborikawa, both, sadly, no longer with us. That’s another important role Respect has played; recording the music of these great musicians so it can be preserved and heard by future generations.

That doesn’t mean he has been afraid to give young musicians a chance, whether Japanese or foreign. Some have used the exposure as a springboard for further opportunities, while others have become virtual constants on the label. Not all releases are original recordings, but Respect has licensed a carefully selected roster of foreign artists to release in Japan. Some, including many from France in recent years, have been to Japan for live shows and promotion, an experience for them that goes beyond mere music.

Getting the music out there and heard is another great strength of Respect. Takahashi san has put endless hours into promoting his releases with great enthusiasm to record stores, magazines, newspapers, radio stations, TV stations, airline companies, and anyone else, whether big or small, who might help spread the word.

In a way, everyone- the artists, the media, the listeners, the distributors, the record store buyers, the photographers, the sound engineers, the staff past and present, and not forgetting his wife, Eri, have all taken part in the wonderful journey of Respect Records. Takahashi san has touched the lives of many people in many positive ways. Thank you and congratulations to Respect Records and Takahashi san on the last 20 years. And here’s to the next 20!

20 tracks by artists including Seijin Noborikawa and Sadao China, Takashi Hirayasu and Bob Brozman, Ryukyu Underground, Soul Flower Union, Wataru Okuma Unit, Hashken, Zaz, Daniel Colin, Sonny Chillingworth, Elodia Kane & Ledward Kapana, S.E. Rogie.



Rock Around the World

VARIOUS

Rock Around the World

Ref: FSD6847


Price: 14.99

One of the near legendary Audi-Book series compiled by Toyo Nakamura, Japan's most respected music journalist who died in 2011. Long out of print, a few copies have recently surfaced. The Audi-book label was active between 1989 and 1997 and was mostly compiled fromToyo's extensive collection of 78s and LPs. This is a digi-pack style CD with notes written by Toyo Nakamuta. Released to coincide with an exhibition at the Musashino Art University Museum and Library called, The Century of Popular Music, Tracing the Dynamism of 20th Century Popular Music Through the Toyo Nakamura Collection. Compilation that charts the spread of rock 'n' roll around the world from the 1950s, with tracks from including Indonesia, Malaysia, Togo and Gambia.

1. Je Cherche Une Fille / Johnny Hallyday 2. Sing, Sing, Sing / The Chas. McDevitt Skiffle Group 3. Okay / Renato E Seus Blue Caps 4. Bengawan Solo / Orkes Teruna Ria ; dbp. Zaenal Arifin 5. Terang Bulan Yang Sedih / Hetty & Dience Koes Endang 6. Nasci Tarde / Trio Esparanca 7. When I See You I Smille / Teresa Teng 8. Lo Que Hay Dentro De Mi / Los Bucaneros 9. Sitting On The Beach / Bongos Ikwue 10. Lanang Tunang Ta' Jadi / P. Ramlee 11. Ku Sayang Pada Mu / Junainah 12. Un Buco Nella Sabbia / Mina 13. La Novia / Antonio Prieto 14. Rindu / Favourite's Group 15. Bem-Bem / Bella Bellow 16. Without Love / Doukissa 17. Behold / The Bluesbusters 18. Bang! Bang! / Joe Cuba Sextet 19. Orang Gila / O. M. Purnama ; dbp. Awab & Abudullah 20. Return To Sender / Lee Jackson 21. From Me To You / Emi Bonilla ; g: Justo de Badajoz 22. Hey Jude / The Super Eagles


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Toyo's Choice

VARIOUS

Toyo's Choice

Ref: FSD6848


Price: 14.99

One of the near legendary Audi-Book series compiled by Toyo Nakamura, Japan's most respected music journalist who died in 2011. Long out of print, a few copies have recently surfaced. The Audi-book label was active between 1989 and 1997 and was mostly compiled fromToyo's extensive collection of 78s and LPs. This is a digi-pack style CD with notes written by Toyo Nakamuta. Released to coincide with an exhibition at the Musashino Art University Museum and Library called, The Century of Popular Music, Tracing the Dynamism of 20th Century Popular Music Through the Toyo Nakamura Collection. This was the last ever release from the Audi-Book label, with some of Toyo's Nakamura's favourite tracks from including Indonesia, Brazil, Tahiti, New Zealand and Hawaii.

1. Kisah Cinta / Netty & Achmad 2. Willard Y Johnson / Floro (Zorrilla) Y (Juan) Cruz 3. We Don't Get Much Money, But We Have A Lot Of Fun / Bill Murray & Ed Smalle 4. Goodbye Liza Jane / Mr. Walter Miller 5. My Beatiful Irish Maid / Chauncey Olcott 6. Bring Back My Loving' Man / Ada Jones 7. Guaruja / Ana Silva Com Poly E Seu Conjunto 8. Matang / Ana Hato & Deane Waretini 9. Ruu / Recueilli Par Sylvain Et Darnois 10. Corumeruni Carisastis / Ensemble Pandorist 11. When Yuba Plays The Rumba On The Tuba / The Revelers 12. La Paloma / Otto Dobrindt & His Concert Orchestra 13. Santiago / Columbia Spanish Orchestra 14. Despedida / Los Morochucos : Aguirre-Cortes-Aviles 15. Ethiopian Stomp / JH Bragg & His Rhythm Five 16. Sly Mongoose (The Dogs Know Your Name) / Jack Sneed & His Sneezers 17. Mombo Blues / Robert Banks & His Waileros 18. After School Blues / Sugar Chile Robinson 19. Boogie Blues / Pvt. Cecil Gant 20. Red Wing / Orch. De Danse Alexander 21. Clarinet Polka / The Polka Chips 22. Chicken Reel / Les Paul 23. Toots / Dr. Clarence Penny 24. 1× 0 / Garoto 25. Aloha Oe! / Pale K. Lua With David Kaili



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Fethno- Fumio Koizumi Memorial Concert Live Album (2 CDs)

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Fethno- Fumio Koizumi Memorial Concert Live Album (2 CDs)

Ref: FSD6797


Price: 23.99

Fumio Koizumi (1927-1983) was a world respected ethnomusicologist. He was a professor at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music, and visiting professor at Wesleyan University, Connecticut. He specialised in Japanese folk music but travelled around the world recording and anotating musical traditions. His research materials are preserved in his own memorial room at his Tokyo University, and in 1989, the Koizumi Fumio Prize was established to promote research and performance of traditional music. This 2 CD set is a live recording from December 2013 of Japanese musicians playing traditional styles from around the world. The mastery displayed is quite awe inspiring.

Toyota Kozo (Irish music) Le Club Bachraf (Arab music) Makigami Koichi (Tuva music) Keiku/Kitagawa Shuichi (Iran music) Balkan (Bulgarian music) Chalpasah (Afghanistan music) Terahara Taro (North India music) Oki (Ainu music)

CD1

Balkan

1. Bavna Melodija i Bulchenska Rachenitsa 2. Daichovo Horo 3. Kyustendilska Rachenitsa Le Club Bachraf 4. Taqsim Ney / Samai Saba 5. Taqsim Oud / Ghazali Nafar

Makigami Koichi

6. Khomus Khomus 7. Dag Kargyraa 8. Khoomei Acrobat

Keiku/Kitagawa Shuichi

9. Jelowshahi Sahari

10. Bayate Tork Zarbi

CD2

Toyota Kozo

1. O'Raghailligh's Grave / Sean Ryan's / Fragher's / Beauties of Autumn

2. Princess Royal / Sean sa Cheo / Dublin Lasses / Bucks of Oranmore

Chalpasah

3. Gol Ghondi / Nan Mai Dowrai A Wolei

4. Dur Az Tu

OKI

5. Cakton

6. Etfka Ma Irekte

7. Kent Hakka Tufse

8. Retah Ciri Haw

9. Sakhalin Rock

10. Suma Mukar

Terahara Taro

11. Alap [Raga Kala Hansa]

12. Gat I (Tala: Rupak-taal) [Raga Kala Hansa]

13. Gat II (Tala: Sul-taal) [Raga Kala Hansa]

14. Gat III (Tala: Tin-taal) [Raga Kala Hansa]



Kaseijin no Blues

DENKI GYPSY SPEICAL

Kaseijin no Blues

Ref: FSD6214


Price: 23.99

Latest in the long line of outstanding Japanese 'world music' bands. Live recording of Denki Gypsy Special, influenced by jazz, rock, klezmer, gypsy, Turkish, Arabic and Carribean music. Members are Nobuyuki Seto (clarinet), Kizo Nobori (tenor saxopone), Akiko Igaki (violin), Takashi Tajima (electric guitar), Kazunari Seto (electric bass), Watanbe (drums), Mitsuru Nagata (darbuka, davul). Belly dancer Minori performs on tracks 4 and 7.

1. Kaseijin no Blues 2. Kinsei Coloney Jusan Banchi 3. Suiyoubi no Mokusei wa Yu-utsu 4. Atatakaku Tomeinaru Tsuki 5. Jingai Makyo o Iku 6. Sugakuteki Chitei Tanken 7. Chijiku ga zureta to iukoto o Ninshiki suru 8. Maho no Tsue, Maho no Kutsu, Mahobin 9. Garasuya Shimatsuki


World Wide Locals & Our J-Pops

KIWI & THE PAPAYA MANGOES

World Wide Locals & Our J-Pops

Ref: FSD5800


Price: 21.99

Second album from the wonderful Tokyo based band, mixing homegrown roots music, with styles from around the world. Lead singer Kiwi Ohashi usually sings and plays shamisen at exclusive Japanese-style restaurants called 'Ryotei'. Their music takes its inspiration from Japanese minyo, pop, ching-dong, Ainu music, and extraneous sounds such as Brazilian foro, dub and reggae. Fresh and exciting. Band consists of Kiwi Ohashi (shamisen, vo), Koharu (accordion), Yuko Furuoya (percussion), Go Arani (violin, sitar), Takuto Hirose (bass), Seiya Omori (guitar) and Masaki Nagata (drums).

1. Kumatakihi e ! 2. Otemoyan 3. Gogatsu no Ame ga Agattara 4. Kimi ga Yo 5. Dekasegi Brasileira 6. Kaerou - Saikyo-sen no Theme 7. Aini Ikuyo


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Swinging Doors

SWINGING DOORS

Swinging Doors

Ref: FSD5459


Price: 20.99

Country music band featuring Yasiharu Muranaka [steel guitar], Hirotaka Tamagawa [vocasl, guitar], Naomi Amemiya [bass] and Koji Yoshida [drums]. Old style country music done Japanese style.



Shokou

MATRYOMIN ENSEMBLE MABLE

Shokou

Ref: FSD4647


Price: 20.99

The matryomin is an electronic instrument created by Masami Takeuchi in 1999. It is a type of theremin, the first electronic instrument that was invented in Russia, and Takeuchi's version is in the shape of the traditional Russian wooden toy, the matrioshka. The Matryomin Ensemble is made up of Masami Takeuchi and sixteen other expert thereminists.



Antique

KO-KO-YA

Antique

Ref: FSD4489


Price: 19.99

First album from three piece instrumental group inspired by Brazilian choro, playing guitar, violin and clarinet. The group strive for a 1950s vintage analogue sound and feeling, on an album of mostly original songs, apart from covers of Nelson Cavaquinho and Pixinguinha. Guests include Shigeharu Sasago from Choro Club, Saigenji and BIC on percussion. 14 tracks.



The Jug Band Special

OLD SOUTHERN JUG BLOWERS

The Jug Band Special

Ref: FSD4366


Price: 19.99

From Kyoto, Old Southern Jug Blowers play and even record in the 1920s 78rpm style. 10 tracks of jug band and pre-war blues, played on banjos, mandolins, washboards and of course, jugs.First album for six years.

1. Blue Devil Blues 2. Blues Please Go Away 3. Louisville Special 4. Get it Fixed Blues 5. Mama's Little Suuny Boy 6. Pig Meat Blues 7. Hatchet Head Blues 8. Blues, Just Blues, That's All 9. Dancing Blues 10. Jug Band Special


Dreaming Dugongs of Henoko

DONAL LUNNY, KAZUTOKI UMEZU, HIROMI KONDO

Dreaming Dugongs of Henoko

Ref: FSD4103


Price: 19.99

Irish music legend Donal Lunny (now living in Okinawa), extraordinary sax player Kazutoki Umezu and kalimba player Hiromi Kondo of Amana got together for the Peace Music Festa! on Henoko Beach in Okinawa in February 2007. They enjoyed it so much they decided to make a 4 track charity maxi single, with each contributing one tune each, plus one traditional song. There's a serious side to this record, as the US and Japanese governments by continuing with the Camp Schwab construction plan look set to destroy the remaining habitat of the rare marine mammal, the dugong, a relative of the manatee that feeds on the coral reefs and seagrass beds of Henoko Bay. Fewer than 50 dugongs survive in the area and it is feared the mammal will become extinct. Kazutoki Umezu - clarinet, soprano sax. Hiromi Kondo - kalimba, mbira, Donal Lunny- bouzouki, keyboards, bodhran. 1. Henoko Dugongs 2. Cunla 3. Song for Chico Mendes 4. Full Moon Sea - Chimudinka.

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Swingin' and Truckin'

CHOINURE BOYS

Swingin' and Truckin'

Ref: FSD3588


Price: 19.99

Trio from Hakata play old swing and jive songs, including jive arrangements of some Hank Williams songs. Good vocals, lively performance with a large dose of humour.



Talking about Dime

BOGALUSA

Talking about Dime

Ref: FSD3587


Price: 19.99

You can find just about any kind of music in Japan, including now a Jug band. 30s and 40s jive jump blues played by a duo on guitar and bass citing influences such as Slim Gaillard.



Earth Ship

UOO MOO

Earth Ship

Ref: FSD3164


Price: 22.99

More melodion meets cajon meets darbuka meets djembe meets balafon etc..Unique music, played with great skill.



Poo Don Boo

UOO MOO

Poo Don Boo

Ref: FSD3163


Price: 22.99

Uoo Moo consists of three musicians; Fumihiko Natsuaki on kalimba, melodion, jew's harp, Yuko on udu drum, djembe, shakers, cajon and Kazuhiro Minowa on darbuka, digeridoo and frame drum. As you might expect they play a world mixture that could have been the kind of thing you hear incessantly coming from the djembe tent at a WOMAD festival. Instead, Uoo Moo perform an intelligent, slightly jazzy, highly percussive blend of music that for some reason the Japanese seem to be particularly adept at. African, European, Central Asian, Middle Eastern music and more are all thrown together but it comes out in an original and highly listenable way.



Spirited Harp

SAYAKA IKUYAMA

Spirited Harp

Ref: FSD3192


Price: 13.99

Sayaka is a talented Japanese Irish harp player. She started to play aged eleven and a few years later learnt from various harp players during short stays in the USA, Scotland and Ireland including Philip Boulding of Magical Strings (USA), William Jackson of Ossian (Scotland), Patsy Seddon of Sileas (Scotland) and Laoise Kelly of Bumblebees(Ireland). Between 2000 and 2002 she studied in Ireland, especially Irish harp under Kathleen Loughnane in Galway, Ireland. After returning to Japan, she watched the anime film by Hayao Miyazaki, Spirited Away and loved not only the movie but the music. This music and other tunes on the anime films of Hayao Miyazaki were composed by Joe Hisaishi and Sayaka started to play these tunes by Japanese composers that she found impressive and attractive. Sayaka's first album, includes her original arrangements of Irish and Scottish tunes and her arrangements to suit the harp of music from Miyazaki's films. She has found her own original style and selection of repertoire which she interprets in her unique way. A beautiful meeting of Japan and the Celtic music world. Timeless melodies played with finesse and skill.



East Meets East - YMO by the Balanescu Quartet

BALANESCU QUARTET

East Meets East - YMO by the Balanescu Quartet

Ref: FSD1908a


Price: 23.99

UK top contemporary classical violinist, Alexander Balanescu records album of Yellow Magic Orchestra favourites. Balanescu has already recorded Kraftwerk tunes, and this is in similar vain. Technopolis, Behind the Mask, Solid State Survivor are given a new lease of life. Innovative and expertly performed.



World Cafe

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World Cafe

Ref: FSD1703


Price: 23.99

Tracks from the King World Music library, compiled and mastered by Makoto Kubota. Not much more than old tracks reissued into a hip package, but Kubota has chosen well with music from Burma, Timor, Madagascar, Mongolia, Greece, Nepal, Vietnam and elsewhere. Hugely enjoyable CD that is full of discoveries.

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Kaffe Dunya

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Kaffe Dunya

Ref: FSD2264


Price: 25.99

Compiled by Makoto Kubota from the King World Music catalogue of various world music. Part 2 of the equally excellent World Cafe.

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Blue Fish

AKI UEDA

Blue Fish

Ref: FSD2695


Price: 18.99

Aki Ueda is a Japanese sitar player who has studied under some of India's great masters such as Ustad Shujaat Khan. This first mini album of six tracks was recorded in Germany with guitar, percussion and double bass. Beautifully recorded and performed, an album with a fresh and atmospheric sound combining exceptional sitar and acoustic guitar playing.



A Night At The Fuigoza

FUIGOZA

A Night At The Fuigoza

Ref: FSD2780


Price: 20.99

Japanese world music band playing various whistles, pipes, quena, accordion, guitar and percussion on a jaunty workout of Scottish, Celtic, Eastern European, and Japanese folk tunes.



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Distant Memories

KURI

Distant Memories

Ref: FSD2668


Price: 23.99

Kuri are Katsu and Miho, playing mainly Irish instruments, such as tin and low whistle and bouzuki, which they do with much skill and finesse. This varied album also includes fascinating tracks featuring the kalinga bamboo instruments of the Philipinnes, kohkin (Vietnamese jew's harp) tambura (Bulgarian stringed instrument) kora (African harp) and ikembe (African thumb piano). Romanian, Greek influences also find their way into the original compositions. Very impressive second album.



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Atlantica

MIO MATSUDA

Atlantica

Ref: FSD3076


Price: 23.99

Long before Portuguese singer Mariza became popular on the world music scene, the Japanese have enjoyed fado music. Now, they have their own fado singer too, Mio Matsuda. Recorded in Rio de Janeiro with Brazilian and Portuguese musicians, Matsudo sings a mixture of fado, Brazilian and Cape Verde tunes. She sings mostly in Portuguese and some Japanese too. High quality recording and good performance.



Tres

SPANISH CONNECTION

Tres

Ref: FSD2258


Price: 23.99

Spanish Connection, a Japanese group that traces the road of the gypsies from their origins in India to Andalucia, is comprised of three talented musicians, Yoshiteru Ito (flamenco guitar), Kana Hiramatsu (violin) and Masaki Yoshimi (tabla). At the roots of their sound is Spanish flamenco guitar, although virtuoso Ito is adept at jazz, bossa nova and other styles, which too find their way into the mix. They garnered an overseas reputation after performing at a world music event in Paris in June 2003.



Dark Sun Big Rain

KAREN NUNIS BLACKSTONE

Dark Sun Big Rain

Ref: FSD3104


Price: 19.99

Karen Nunis Blackstone was born in Malaysia but these days is living in northern Japan. She sings a feisty brand of folk rock, owing more to Bob Dylan or Janis Joplin than either of her own homes of Malacca or Japan. Instead she plays a global music influenced by her surroundings and background such as the ridiculuosly catchy Namahage Blues (she lives in Akita, home to the Namahage or demon mask festival) or Nasi Campur, a homage to Malaysian food. Hers are quality, well crafted songs, often bluesy with arresting lyrics and themes that anyone, anywhere can appreciate. Acoustic guitars, bass, plus occasional Asian sounding flutes, percussion and violin, banjo, harmonica, beautifully produced, passionately played.



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