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Tracklist

1Mystery Of Northern Space5:55
2The God Of Water1:53
3Saying To The Land8:21
4Birds Flying To The Cave4:32
5Undiscovered Northern Land2:53
6Four Minds5:54
7Moving, Looking, Trying, Jumping1:40
8Transmigration11:02
9Wa, Wa0:48
10The God Of Wind2:21
11The Cave, Down To Earth8:18

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CD-7139-MFar East Family Band "The Cave" Down To The Earth ‎(LP, Album)Mu LandCD-7139-MJapan1975
YX-7283-MFar East Family Band "The Cave" Down To The Earth ‎(LP, Album)Mu LandYX-7283-MJapan1980
TRC 019Far East Family Band 地球空洞説 = "The Cave" Down To The Earth ‎(CD, Album, RE)TRC Records TRC 019Germany1991
30CA-2093Far East Family Band "The Cave" Down To The Earth = 地球空洞説 ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE)Mu Land30CA-2093Japan1988
COCA-11142ファー・イースト・ファミリー・バンド 地球空洞説 The Cave Down To The Earth ‎(CD, RE)ColumbiaCOCA-11142Japan1993

Credits

  • Arranged ByFar East Family Band
  • Directed ByTeruaki Kuroda
  • EngineerYoshio Mitsuo, Yuki Ogawa
  • Photography – Masakazu Sakomizu
  • ProducerFumio Miyashita

Barcodes

  • Barcode: T4988001142638
  • Matrix / Runout: CA-2093 1A2 7Z

Companies

  • Record Company – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Video

Info

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Far East Family Band - "The Cave" Down To The Earth mp3

Performer: Far East Family Band

Title: "The Cave" Down To The Earth

Country: Japan

Release date: 21 Jan 1988

Label: Mu Land

Style: Prog Rock

Catalog: 30CA-2093

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1609 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 157

Record source: CD, Album, Stereo

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The true debut from Far East Family Band. Far Out is often thought of as a FEFB album, but in reality was a totally different band with only Fumio Miyashita in common. The Cave is their actual debut, released in 1975. The original LP came with a gimmick cut-out cover (both front and back) as well as an insert showing the band members and their equipment (obviously inspired by the back photo of Pink Floyd's Ummagumma, I noticed Austrian prog band Eela Craig did a similar photo shoot on their 1976 album One Niter on the back cover). The Cave was their only all-Japanese language album, and if you've heard Nipponjin, you'll learn real quickly that album was largely an English language version for the international market when The Cave was strictly for the Japanese market. Of course, "Four Minds" and "Transmigration" was removed on Nipponjin to make room with "Nihonjin" from the Far Out album with extra electronic and Mellotron treatment.

I noticed the band hadn't really honed their electronic skills at this stage of their career. The way it seems is that Akira Ito stuck with organ, while Kitaro stuck with synth effects. Fumio Miyashita apparently included lead synth, but he was mainly a guitarist and vocalist (Hirohito Fukushima also provided extra guitar). It seemed their encounter with Klaus Schulze was the big reason why their next album of all-original material, Parallel World, took a much stronger electronic approach. They apparently had some American named "Bob (USA)" playing flutes, including a shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) giving it that nice Japanese feel, particularly "Saying to the Land".

Much of The Cave, with the different in language is basically the same. Of course "Four Minds", not on Nipponjin was more of a ballad, maybe the kind of ballad that might not appeal to everyone, while "Transmigration" is more in prog territory. So if you enjoy Nipponjin and want to here these songs in their original Japanese language, then go for this album.
Qus
The true debut from Far East Family Band. Far Out is often thought of as a FEFB album, but in reality was a totally different band with only Fumio Miyashita in common. The Cave is their actual debut, released in 1975. The original LP came with a gimmick cut-out cover (both front and back) as well as an insert showing the band members and their equipment (obviously inspired by the back photo of Pink Floyd's Ummagumma, I noticed Austrian prog band Eela Craig did a similar photo shoot on their 1976 album One Niter on the back cover). The Cave was their only all-Japanese language album, and if you've heard Nipponjin, you'll learn real quickly that album was largely an English language version for the international market when The Cave was strictly for the Japanese market. Of course, "Four Minds" and "Transmigration" was removed on Nipponjin to make room with "Nihonjin" from the Far Out album with extra electronic and Mellotron treatment.

I noticed the band hadn't really honed their electronic skills at this stage of their career. The way it seems is that Akira Ito stuck with organ, while Kitaro stuck with synth effects. Fumio Miyashita apparently included lead synth, but he was mainly a guitarist and vocalist (Hirohito Fukushima also provided extra guitar). It seemed their encounter with Klaus Schulze was the big reason why their next album of all-original material, Parallel World, took a much stronger electronic approach. They apparently had some American named "Bob (USA)" playing flutes, including a shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) giving it that nice Japanese feel, particularly "Saying to the Land".

Much of The Cave, with the different in language is basically the same. Of course "Four Minds", not on Nipponjin was more of a ballad, maybe the kind of ballad that might not appeal to everyone, while "Transmigration" is more in prog territory. So if you enjoy Nipponjin and want to here these songs in their original Japanese language, then go for this album.