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Dala Toni
Cat: 180GLP 05. Rel: 16 May 24
Waya Yawa (6:47)
Iduchihemo (5:52)
Nagi Yoni (7:36)
Kopi Lakanka (8:23)
Roghinaware (9:13)
Review: Ajate's third album, Dala Toni, is a vibrant fusion of Afro groove and Japanese traditional Ohayashi music, showcasing the band's innovative approach to blending diverse musical traditions. Founded by Japanese musician Junichiro "John" Imaeda after a revelatory experience in West Africa, Ajate brings together ten passionate musicians to create music that transcends cultural boundaries. Utilizing a mix of traditional instruments like drums, flutes, and bells, as well as handmade bamboo instruments crafted by Imaeda himself, such as the unique 'Jaate' and 'Piechiku,' Ajate's sound is both powerful and distinctive. Their incorporation of Afrobeat rhythms and Japanese vocals adds further depth and richness to their music, reflecting themes of human connection, unity, and the joy of life.Having gained acclaim for their explosive live performances in Japan and beyond, including appearances at prestigious festivals like Sukiyaki Meets The World and WOMAD UK, Ajate's music resonates with audiences worldwide. With Dala Toni, they continue to push the boundaries of global music, solidifying their position as pioneers of the genre "made in Japan."
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Wamono A To Z Vol II: Japanese Funk 1970-1977
Cat: 180G WALP02. Rel: 08 Apr 21
Mieko Hirota - "Theme Of 'Doberman Cop'" (3:52)
Hiroshi Sato - "Bad Junky Blues" (3:48)
Sammy - "The In-&-Outer-Stomp-&-Shouter" (with Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media) (3:20)
Fujio Tokita - "Watashi No Beatles" (3:13)
School Band - "I Hope It's Fine" (4:03)
Bread & Butter - "Devil Woman" (2:57)
Hatsumi Shibata - "Singer Lady" (3:33)
Kan Mikami - "Jikokeno No Samba" (2:23)
Akira Yasuda & Beat Folk - "Yumura No Obaba" (3:04)
Pinky Chicks - "Tosetsu Donpan Bushi" (3:16)
Review: On the first instalment in the Wamono A to Z compilation series, released in September 2020, dusty-fingered diggers DJ Yoshizawa Dynamite.jp and Chintam focused on Japanese jazz-funk and rare groove gems recorded and released between 1968 and '80. For this speedy sequel, they've narrowed their focus further in order to showcase little-known Japanese funk slammers pressed to wax between 1970 and '77. As you'd expect, there's tons of absolute bangers amongst the 10 tracks on show, with highlights including the Blaxploitation movie soundtrack vibes of Mieko Hirota's 'Theme of Doberman Cop', the fuzzy, Hammond-sporting psych-funk of Fujio Tokita's quirky 'Watashi No Beatles', and the energetic, proto disco-funk of Hatsumi Shibata's 'Singer Lady'.
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Wamono A to Z Vol III: Japanese Light Mellow Funk Disco & Boogie 1978-1988
Cat: 180GWALP 03. Rel: 30 Sep 21
Tetsuo Sakurai - "Kimono" (5:10)
Jadoes - "Friday Night" (extended dance mix) (5:44)
Yumi Sato - "Ame" (3:37)
Kiyohiko Ozaki - "Ojosan Ote Yawaraka Ni" (4:33)
Hitomi Tohyama - "Rainy Driver" (4:29)
Sentimental City Romance - "Hello Suisei" (5:30)
Mizuki Koyama - "Kare Niwa Kanawanai" (4:29)
Hitomi Tohyama - "Sweet Soul Music (Kiss Of Life)" (3:50)
Review: For the latest edition of their essential Wamano A to Z compilation series - the third to date - DJ Yoshiwza Dynamite JP and Chintam have decided to focus on "Japanese light mellow funk, disco and boogie" tracks recorded between 1978 and '88. Like its' predecessors, the eight-track set is heavy on obscurities and little-known cuts, as well as bona fide killer cuts. There's much to savour throughout, from the intergalactic, slap-bass propelled boogie brilliance of Jadoes' 'Friday Night (Extended Mix)' and the laidback funk bliss of Yumi Sato's 'Ame', to the smooth jazz-funk lusciousness of Hitomi Tohyama's 'Rainy Driver' and the Latin-infused, Teena Marie style electrofunk brilliance of Mizuki Koyami's 'Kare Niwa Kanawanai'.
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Wamono A To Z Vol 1: Japanese Jazz Funk & Rare Groove 1968-1980 (reissue)
Cat: 180GWALP 01RE. Rel: 02 Feb 22
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Soran Bushi" (2:45)
Takeo Yamashita - "A Touch Of Japanese Tone" (4:21)
Tadaaki Misago & Tokyo Cuban Boys - "Jongara Reggae" (3:38)
Chikara Ueda & The Power Station - "Cloudy" (6:08)
Chumei Watanabe - "Downtown Blues" (3:38)
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Hanagasa Ondo" (2:51)
Monica Lassen & The Sounds - "Incitation" (5:29)
Norio Maeda, Jiro Inagaki & The All-Stars - "Go Go A Go Go" (3:19)
Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffalo & The Jazz Rock Band - "The Sidewinder" (2:41)
Masahiko Sato, Jiro Inagaki & Big Soul Media - "Sniper's Snooze" (6:42)
Review: Some compilations manage to both educate, inform and educate in equal measure; this fine collection from Japanese crate diggers DJ Yoshizawa Dynamite and Chintam is one such set. Comprising mostly little-known tracks recorded by Japanese artists between 1968 and '70, it offers up a wealth of cuts inspired by American jazz-funk "rare groove". There's much to admire across the ten tracks, from the mazy Rhodes solos, fizzing big band jazz grooves and traditional Eastern instrumentation of Toshiko Yonekawa's "Soran Bushi", and the languidly-slung brilliance of Tadaki Misago and Tokyo Cuban Boys' multi-faceted musical fusion "Jongara Reggae", to the Jimi Hendrix-goes-funk heaviness of "Incitation" by Monica Lassen & The Sounds, and the drums-driven dancefloor madness of Masahiko Sato Jiro Inagaki & Big Soul Media's "Sniper's Snooze". Recommended.
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Thanatos Of Funk (B-STOCK)
Thanatos Of Funk (B-STOCK) (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: 180GRELP 02. Rel: 01 Jan 90
In Praise Of Mitochondria
It Isn't Because Of Hemoglobin
Foxy Lady
Gal's Blues
Panda Steak
Disco Thesis
Dompan (Private Funk)
Review: ***B-STOCK: Creasing to corners of outer sleeve, product unopened & in excellent condition***

Minoru Fushimi originally released Thanatos Of Funk in 1985, proving that boogie wasn't exclusive to the US. You can hear his Japanese culture coming through on this incredible album, not least reinterpreting traditional song 'Dompan', but in truth this is a faithful and on-point run at everything electro funk stood for in the mid 80s. There's that necessary streak of humour in tracks like 'Disco Thesis', but primarily this is all about how dope that Moog lines and slick bass slaps sound mixed up with the swathes of vocoder. If you're serious about boogie, you might have had this one in your sights for some time. Finally, your chance has come, so don't waste time snapping up this stellar boogie bomb.
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Thanatos Of Funk
Thanatos Of Funk (limited 180 gram gold vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: 180GRELP 02RGOLD. Rel: 25 Jan 24
Thanatopsis (6:30)
In Praise Of Mitochondria (2:49)
Shinzo-san (4:25)
It Isn't Because Of Hemoglobin (6:05)
Hensachi-Sama (4:44)
Foxy Lady (3:38)
Gals' Blues (2:30)
Panda Steak (3:26)
Disco Thesis (2:41)
Dompan (Private Funk) (6:11)
 in stock $40.08
Flea Market Music
Flea Market Music (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 180GDULP 09. Rel: 29 Sep 22
Compasso Do Desassossego (3:21)
Imperfeita Exatidao (3:02)
Do Chao Ao Ceu (4:29)
Tall Tan & Young (feat Yohei) (2:44)
Anos Raros (2:59)
Evaporou (4:12)
Pouco A Pouco (feat Yannick Falisse) (4:08)
Nas Aguas De Um Sonho (3:30)
Em Meio A Timidez (2:58)
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Japanese Jazz Spectacle Vol I: Deep Heavy & Beautiful Jazz From Japan 1968-1984
Cat: 180G HMVLP01. Rel: 07 Apr 22
Tadaaki Misago & Tokyo Cuban Boys - "Sakura Sakura" (7:36)
Minoru Muraoka With New Jazz Players - "Muraiki" (3:57)
Count Buffalo & The Jazz Rock Band - "Mago-Uta" (3:45)
Kiyoshi Sugimoto Quartet - "D-51" (6:07)
Toshiyuki Miyama & The New Herd - "Adult's Day" (9:22)
Soul Media - "Breeze" (4:35)
George Otsuka - "Sea View" (5:08)
Hozan Yamamoto, Masahiko Togashi & Yosuke Yamashita - "Breath Prologue" (5:11)
Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - "Do It!" (7:30)
Hiroshi Suzuki - "Romance" (5:50)
Masahiko Sato - "Tochi Mo Kurumi Mo Fukiotose" (3:06)
Masahiko Togashi - "Fourth Expression" (6:39)
Takeshi Inomata & Sound Ltd - "Mustache" (live) (9:03)
Takeo Moriyama - "Watarase" (6:41)
Review: Another comprehensive collection of jazz here from the good people at Light in The Attic. This 14 track compilation has been carefully selected and compiled by Japanese jazz expert Yusuke Ogawa, who is the owner of Tokyo's Universounds record store. It comes on heavyweight vinyl with vast track-by-track liner notes by Ogawa and take sin everything from hard bop to free jazz with plenty of big and explosive moments as well as more deep and introspective sections of calm, all of which has been plucked from the vaults of Nippon Columbia. There is a reason Japanese jazz is so revered, and this record shows why.
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Japanese Jazz Spectacle Vol II: Deep Heavy & Beautiful Jazz From Japan 1962-1985
Cat: 180GHMVLP 02. Rel: 26 Jan 23
Toshiaki Yokota & The Beat Generation - "Clair Deluge" (7:01)
Tadao Sawai, Toshiyuki Miyama & New Herd Orchestra - "Constant Rain" (4:42)
Akira Miyazawa - "Yamame" (5:45)
Various Artists - "Ma Mere L'Oye" (3:23)
Masao Yagi - "Blossom In The Water" (5:19)
Masahiko Togashi, Isao Suzuki - "A Day Of The Sun" (7:54)
Yasuko Nagamine, Yasuaki Shimizu - "Summer Wind" (6:39)
Hideo Shiraki - "Sayonara Blues" (6:38)
Masahiko Togashi & His Improvisation Jazz Orchestra - "Desireless" (13:25)
Takeru Muraoka & His New Group - "Lady Boogie" (3:04)
Yoshio Ikeda - "Down To The Sea" (10:17)
George Otsuka Quintet - "Loving You" (6:54)
Review: After an acclaimed first volume, Japanese jazz expert Yusuke Ogawa continues to explore the phenomenon of Wajazz by diving into the archives of King Records. Spanning the years between 1962 and 1985, he brings to light some truly astounding music from artists like Isao Suzuki, Toshiaki Yokota, Akira Miyazawa, Takeru Muraoka, Yasuaki Shimizu, Masahiko Togashi and George Otsuka. There's a consistent thread of spiritual jazz around these varied performances, which Ogawa has pointedly selected for qualities which mark them out as unmistakably Japanese. It's another strong testament to the vibrant jazz culture from Japan, selected by a true expert driven by infinite passion for the music.
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Eleki Bushi 1966-1974
Eleki Bushi 1966-1974 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 180GKINGLP 01. Rel: 09 Mar 23
Psych/Garage Rock
Rashoumon (feat The Blue Jeans) (6:10)
Sado Okesa (feat The Bunnys) (2:02)
Tsugaru Goze (feat The Blue Jeans) (5:01)
Tsugaru Jongara Bushi (feat The Blue Jeans) (3:44)
Abashiri Bangaichi (feat The Blue Jeans) (2:54)
Dannoura (feat The Blue Jeans) (4:24)
Tsugaru Hanagasa (feat The Blue Jeans) (3:49)
Taiyou Ni Sakebou (feat The Blue Jeans & Rui Takahashi) (2:31)
Komoro Oiwake (feat The Bunnys) (2:57)
Amefuru Machikado (feat The Blue Jeans) (2:57)
Review: It's time we gave more attention to Takeshi Terauchi, one of Japan's many guitar greats, whose chops have yet to receive enough recognition elsewhere in the world. Light In The Attic chart Terauchi's best reworkings over the years here, remarking on the artist's wondrous ability to tinker with famous traditional folk songs, in a time when the cultural fallout of World War II left many in the nation hungry for a new style, Rokabiri. Hypnotic filmic groovers such as 'Tsugaru Jongara Bushi' blend effortlessly with slick, bluesy and uptempo freakouts like 'Dannoura', making this an all-time great in the instrumental rock canon.
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Wamono Disco: Nippon Columbia Disco & Boogie Hits 1978-1982
Cat: 180GWALP 06. Rel: 25 Jan 24
Godiego - "The Birth Of The Odyssey - Monkey Magic" (5:00)
Ikue Sakakibara - "This Is Hot" (3:59)
Soul Media - "I Will Give You Samba" (4:21)
Hatsumi Shibata - "Purple Shadow" (3:49)
Yumi Murata - "Krishna" (4:55)
Yoshito Machida & Godiego - "Ame Wa Knife No Yo Sa" (3:34)
Pink Parachute - "Disco Great Tokyo" (4:31)
Hatsumi Shibata - "Hazumi De Daite (A Woman In A Man's World)" (3:38)
Review: In the late 1970s and early 80s, disco swept through dancefloors across the world, with musicians, producers and labels in all four corners of the world recording and releasing their own local variations on the New York-pioneered sound. This fine compilation digs into the Japanese interpretation of the sound, offering up a selection of gems pulled from the vaults of the Nippon Columbia imprint. As you'd expect, there are some genuinely soaring and delightfully over-the-top cuts on show (see Godiego's 'The Odyssey Begins - Monkey Magic' and the disco-funk mania of Ikue Sakakibara's bilingual 'This Is Hot'), alongside such forgotten or lesser-celebrated gems as Yumi Moreta's rubbery bass-propelled 'Krishna', the strings-and-synth-drenched brilliance of Pink Parachute's 'Disco Great' and the ridiculously grandiose 'Hazumi De Daitte (A Woman Inside a Man's Body)' by Hatsumi Shibata.
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Intérprete: THE REFLEX, DJ Kobayashi
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Wamano A To Z Presents Blow Up Trio :Japanese Rare Groove From The Trio Record Vaults : 1973-1981 Selected By Chintam
Tonpei Hidari - "Tonpei No Hey You Blues"
Chu Kosaka & Ultra - "Kimagure Party"
Kazushi Inamura - "Go Y Jin"
Fumio Karashima - "American Tango"
Takao Uematsu - "Mysterious Jump"
Maximum - "AshitaTenki Ni Nare"
Jun Miyauchi - "Heartbreak Highway"
Hiroshi Murakami & Dancing Sphinx - "Baby, It's Trivial"
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Wamono Groove: Shakuhachi & Koto Jazz Funk '76
Cat: 180GWALP 04. Rel: 27 Jan 22
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Nanbu Ushioi-Uta" (4:52)
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Isohama Bon-Uta" (3:14)
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Hohai-Bushi" (3:38)
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Otemoyan" (3:05)
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Aizu Bandaisan" (2:56)
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Saitaro-Bushi" (3:39)
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Soma Nagareyama" (4:23)
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Yagi-Bushi" (2:49)
Kifu Mitsuhashi - "Asadoya Yunta" (3:47)
Toshiko Yonekawa - "Konpira Fune Fune" (3:21)
Review: Unlike previous instalments in the 180g label's Wamono series, this isn't a compilation in the strictest sense of the term, but rather a retrospective. It showcases a range of killer jazz-funk and rare groove tunes recorded at Nippon Columbia studios in the mid 1970s by arranger Kiyoshi Yamaya, koto legend Toshiko Yonekawa and shakahuchi master Kifu Mitsuhashi. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the mellow, slow-burn lusciousness of 'Nanbu Ushioi-Uta' and the up-beat, guitar solo-laden brilliance of 'Hohai-Bushi', to the all-time Japanese jazz-funk classic that is 'Saitaro-Bushi' and the solo-laden brilliance of 'Asadoya Yunti', whose dazzling Fender Rhodes solos are reminiscent of the early '70s work of the late, great Billy Preston.
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