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Tracklist

1Hum Ghar Sajan8:48
2Hepatitis4:46
3Malabar Hotel: Ground Floor... Triangle Circuit On The Sea-Forest2:33
4Malabar Hotel: Upper Floor...Moving Triangle8:48
5Malabar Hotel: Roof Garden...Revel Attack8:50
6Madam Consul General Of Madras9:02

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SKS-28横尾忠則 と 細野晴臣 横尾忠則 と 細野晴臣 - Cochin Moon ‎(LP, Album)King RecordsSKS-28Japan1978
228A 73Hosono & Yokoo Hosono & Yokoo - Cochin Moon ‎(CD, Album, RE)King Records228A 73Japan1989
LITA174Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo - Cochin Moon ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Mus)Light In The AtticLITA174US2018
NAS2030Haruomi Hosono / Tadanori Yokoo Haruomi Hosono / Tadanori Yokoo - Cochin Moon ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)King RecordsNAS2030Japan2016
SKS-28横尾忠則 と 細野晴臣 横尾忠則 と 細野晴臣 - Cochin Moon ‎(LP, Album, Promo)King RecordsSKS-28Japan1978

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Haruomi Hosono, Tadanori Yokoo Cochin Moon Tracklist A1 Hotel Malabar Ground Floor Triangle Circuit On The Sea-Forest A2 Hotel Malabar Upper Moon コチンの月, Kochin no Tsuki is Haruomi Hosono's fifth solo album. Initially intended as a collaboration with illustrator Tadanori Yokoo, who traveled to India alongside Hosono as part of a group for inspiration Yokoo ended up only drawing the cover, having been the worst victim of an outburst of severe diarrhea amongst the group during the trip, rendering this as a Hosono solo album. Cochin Moon was conceptually written as the soundtrack of a non-existent Bollywood film, a trait inspired. Listen free to Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo Cochin Moon Malabar Hotel Ground Floor. Triangle Circuit on the Sea-Forest, Malabar Hotel Upper Floor. Moving Triangle and more. 6 tracks 42:50. Cochin Moon, is an electronic music soundtrack to the non-existent film, written by Yellow Magic Orchestra member Haruomi Hosono 細野晴臣. Along with Shuka Nishihara and fellow YMO members Ryuichi Sakamoto and Hideki Matsutake, Hosono recorded this album after a trip to India. Executive-Producer Haruomi Hosono, Tadanori Yokoo. Keyboards Hiroshi Sato, Ryuichi Sakamoto. Musician Shuka Nishihara. Performer Haruomi Hosono. Producer Tadao Takakuwa, Tsunehiro Motoyoshi. Programmed By Hideki Matsutake. First ever release outside of Japan. Translated interview with Haruomi Hosono. Remastered from the original analog master tapes. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. That is, there was no film called Cochin Moon, but after visiting India, Hosono was inspired to make music suggesting the exotic, luxurious, and seemingly wonder-filled scenarios played out in Indian cinemas. However, the actual sound he and his cohorts came up with is often a world away from India: Imagine a totally electronic world of chattering bugs, fluttering birds, magic harps and drums that alternate between a thud. Cochin Moon, 1978. Haruomi Hosono. Ground Floor Triangle Circuit on the Sea-Forest, 02:27. Upper Floor Moving Triangle, 08:46. Roof Garden Revel Attack, 08:56. Hepatitis, 04:40. Hum Ghar Sajan, 08:53. Madam Consul General of Madras, 09:04. Hosno and Tadanori Yokoo had traveled to India prior to making the album, and while there are nods to the nations Bollywood culture in both the albums sleeve art and the melodic structure of penultimate track Hum Ghar Sajan, the majority of the record is built around swarms of analogue mosquitos, delirious vocoder chants, and a throbbing pulse indicative of feverish. Cover artwork is by no other than Tadanori Yokoo, often referred to as the japanese Andy Warhol. An undiscovered masterwork centered around micro-minimalistic structures, cosmic electronic noiseambients and Krautrock. Limited to 500 copies on vinyl. Cochin Moon. Your Rating. Overview . Haruomi HOSONO, TADANORI YOKOO. Cochin Moon reissue. Light In The Attic US. Format: gatefold LP booklet with obi-strip Cat: LITA 174LP Released: 21 Sep 18 Genre: ExperimentalElectronic

Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo - Cochin Moon mp3

Performer: Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo

Title: Cochin Moon

Country: US

Release date: 28 Sep 2018

Label: Light In The Attic

Style: Experimental, Ambient, Synth-pop

Catalog: LITA 174

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1829 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 756

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue

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Weiehan
In the same manner, as the importance of someone like Brian Eno, Van Dyke Parks, and Martin Denny are to the English speaking world, concerning exposing various 'foreign cultures,' the same can be said for Japan's Haruomi Hosono. He's like a combination of all three above. Also a pioneer in the electronic music pop world as well. Once was (or is?) a member of The Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO), who are considered to be in a certain sense The Kraftwerk of Japan. Nevertheless, Hosono is a unique figure in Japanese contemporary music. He is very much a music historian, as well as an artist who can blend various styles that become a Hosono stance."Cochin Moon" is an album he made with artist/illustrator Tadanori Yokoo, and it's an exotica electro-impressionistic tour of India. It's like Kraftwerk's "Autobahn," but on a culture that is foreign to both Hosono and Yokoo. The thing with Hosono he is also knowledgeable about Japanese music and its culture. It lurks around whenever he makes music, and there is a cultural 'pun' at work when he approaches music from the West, knowing quite well it's 'exotica' to him. That's one of the beautiful things about his entire catalog that it's an artist's approach at looking at the world around him - in images, imagination, in other words, an illusion.Yokoo is the executive producer, and I suspect that it was his idea to do this album based on a trip to India that they took in the mid-1970s. Still, beyond that, it's all Hosono. Both got physically ill in India, which influences this album. The last track is "Madam Consul General of Madras," which, as legend has it, served Hosono and Yokoo some Japanese food, and therefore they were healed from what was illing them. There are touches of Indian music on the album, but it's electronic that flows consistently — an iconic electro album.
Weiehan
In the same manner, as the importance of someone like Brian Eno, Van Dyke Parks, and Martin Denny are to the English speaking world, concerning exposing various 'foreign cultures,' the same can be said for Japan's Haruomi Hosono. He's like a combination of all three above. Also a pioneer in the electronic music pop world as well. Once was (or is?) a member of The Yellow Magic Orchestra (YMO), who are considered to be in a certain sense The Kraftwerk of Japan. Nevertheless, Hosono is a unique figure in Japanese contemporary music. He is very much a music historian, as well as an artist who can blend various styles that become a Hosono stance."Cochin Moon" is an album he made with artist/illustrator Tadanori Yokoo, and it's an exotica electro-impressionistic tour of India. It's like Kraftwerk's "Autobahn," but on a culture that is foreign to both Hosono and Yokoo. The thing with Hosono he is also knowledgeable about Japanese music and its culture. It lurks around whenever he makes music, and there is a cultural 'pun' at work when he approaches music from the West, knowing quite well it's 'exotica' to him. That's one of the beautiful things about his entire catalog that it's an artist's approach at looking at the world around him - in images, imagination, in other words, an illusion.Yokoo is the executive producer, and I suspect that it was his idea to do this album based on a trip to India that they took in the mid-1970s. Still, beyond that, it's all Hosono. Both got physically ill in India, which influences this album. The last track is "Madam Consul General of Madras," which, as legend has it, served Hosono and Yokoo some Japanese food, and therefore they were healed from what was illing them. There are touches of Indian music on the album, but it's electronic that flows consistently — an iconic electro album.
Nicearad
An absolutely stellar pressing, one of the best sounding records in my collection, light in the attic did a great job on these reissues, well done!
Nicearad
An absolutely stellar pressing, one of the best sounding records in my collection, light in the attic did a great job on these reissues, well done!
Felolune
HiIs this the black or red vinyl that you have Thanks
Felolune
HiIs this the black or red vinyl that you have Thanks