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Ippu-Do - Live And Zen album mp3

  • Performer: Ippu-Do
  • Genre: Electronic / Pop
  • Title: Live And Zen
  • Released: 1984
  • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
  • Country: Netherlands
  • MP3 version size: 1744 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1786 mb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Description

Ippu-Do "Live & Zen" with Percy Jones on Bass, Masami Tsuchiya on Guitar. 1984 Epic Sony Japanese Release.

Ippu-Do (一風堂) was a Japanese synthpop trio of the early 1980s led by singer/songwriter Masami Tsuchiya. Ippu-Do debuted in 1979 with Normal, made up of Tsuchiya on vocals and guitar, Akira Mitake on keyboards, and Shoji Fujii on drums. Between 1980 and 1981 they released two follow-ups, Real and Radio Fantasy, the latter of which would be their first release outside Japan

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Recorded at Nakano Sunplaza June 6th & 7th, 1983. Mixed at CBS Sony Roppongi & Shinanomachi Studio. Recorded at CBS/Sony Roppongi Studio, Sedic Studio. Manufactured by Epic/Sony Inc. (Tokyo/Japan). Steve Jansen (by Courtesy of Virgin Records) Richard Barbieri (by Courtesy of Virgin Records). Epic and 35,3H-135~6 appear on back of gatefold sleeve Epic/Sony and 35,3H-135~6 appear on spine Epic and 35,3H-135 appear on album labels Epic and 35,3H-136 appear on 12" labels 35,3H-135~6 appears on inner booklet. re: 〄 "Japanese Industry Standard" symbol: This.

CD1 - Ippu-Do : Normal 1 Adventure 2 "Break-Out" Generation 3 Moonlight Love Call 4 TV Scene 5 Electric Doll 6 Panic In The City 7 Escape 8 I Love You 9 Do You Know 10 Chinese Reggae 11 Don't Worry Baby 12 Morning Fantasy 13 Motto Real Ni (Bonus Track) 14 Dis-Communication (Bonus Track) 15 Adventure (Bonus Track) 16. "Break-Out" Generation (Bonus Track) 17 Panic In The City (Bonus Track). CD5 - Live and Zen 1 Kaimaku 2 Listen To Me 3 Time Of The Season 4 Magic Vox 5 Makuma 6 Secret Party 7 Violation 8 African Nights 9 Rice Music 10 Sumire September Love 11 Night In The Park 12 Starlight Shower 13 AQUA Nostalgy 14 Lonely Sea Lion (Bonus Track) 15 B-Side Passion (Bonus Track) 16 German Road (Bonus.

Radio Fantasy (Album). Live And Zen (Album).

Ippu-Do debuted in 1980 with the new wave-influenced Normal, on which the trio (Tsuchiya on vocals and guitar, Akira Mitake on keyboards, and Shoji Fujii on drums) sound a little like a Nipponese version of New Musik or Split Enz. The trio quickly followed this with Real, which was more of the same, but 1981's Radio Fantasy (the trio's first release outside of Japan) was almost completely electronic. The group went on hiatus after that release, with Tsuchiya beginning his solo career and his temporary membership in Japan. A two-disc live set with this lineup, Live and Zen, came out in 1984, but Tuschiya returned to his solo career at that point, bidding farewell to Ippu-Do with a well-chosen compilation in 1985. An expanded compilation, The Very Best of Ippu-Do, came out in 1998.

Ippu-Do has been played on NTS in shows including The Pentagon Faceslap, featured first on 25 April 2015. Songs played include Sorrow, 'Aqua' Nostalgy and Chinese Reggae.

Ippu-Do debuted in 1979 with Normal, made up of Tsuchiya on vocals and guitar, Akira Mitake on keyboards, and Shoji Fujii on drums. Between 1980 and 1981 they released two follow-ups, Real and Radio Fantasy, the latter of which would be their first release outside Japan. The group thereafter went on hiatus, and Tsuchiya began a solo career. Masami Tsuchiya appeared onstage with the band Japan on their final tour in 1983, playing guitar. They reappeared in late 1983 as a duo of Tsuchiya and Mitake

Artist Title (Format) Label. Live (LP, And Zen Album). Live And Zen Ippu-Do (LP, Album +. 12"). Epic, Epic/Sony, Epic, Epic.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Kaimaku 1:09
A2 Listen To Me 4:27
A3 Time Of The Season
Written-By – R. Argent*
3:48
A4 Magic Vox 4:35
A5 Makuma 0:27
A6 Secret Party
Written-By – Giles Duke
3:40
A7 Violation 3:20
B1 African Nights 4:52
B2 Rice Music 5:07
B3 Sumire September Love 3:46
B4 Night In The Park
Written-By – Giles Duke
5:49
C Starlight Shower (Special Re-Mix)
Arranged By [Orchestrate Arrangement] – Shigeaki SaegusaDirected By – T. Zaitsu G. FujisawaDrums – Shuichi "PONTA" Murakami*Engineer – Toshihiro ItoEngineer [Assisted By] – Takashi ItoManagement [Management Office] – Ippu-Do ProjectOther [Styling, Hair & Make Up] – Yoko SudoPerformer ["Compu Plants System"] – Takeshi Fujii Piano [Acoustic Piano] – Akira MitakeStrings – Shinozaki StringsVocals [Vocal], Bass, Chorus, Synthesizer [Synthesizers], Guitar – Masami Tsuchiya
D 'Aqua' Nostalgy
Directed By – T. Zaitsu G. FujisawaEngineer – Toshihiro ItoEngineer [Assisted By] – Takashi ItoInstruments [All Other Instruments Played By] – Masami TsuchiyaManagement [Management Office] – Ippu-Do ProjectOther [Styling, Hair & Make Up] – Yoko SudoRecorded By ["Real" Water SE Recorded By] – Kazuo ItoSteel Drums ["Real" Steel Drums By] – Yann Tomita

Companies, etc.

  • Mixed At – CBS/Sony Roppongi Studio
  • Mixed At – CBS/Sony Shinanomachi Studio
  • Copyright (c) – Epic/Sony Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epic/Sony Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Epic/Sony Inc.
  • Recorded At – Nakano Sun Plaza
  • Recorded At – CBS/Sony Roppongi Studio
  • Recorded At – Sedic Studio

Credits

  • Design – Nobuaki Takahashi
  • Drums – Steve Jansen (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Engineer – Toshiro Ito (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Engineer [Assisted By] – Masato Omori (tracks: A1 to B4), Nobuhisa Kawabe (tracks: A1 to B4), Tetsuya Morioka (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Fretless Bass – Percy Jones (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Guest [Special Guests] – Percy Jones (tracks: A1 to B4), Richard Barbieri (tracks: A1 to B4), Steve Jansen (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Photography By [Back Cover Photography] – Masami Tsuchiya, Masayoshi Sukita
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photography] – Herbie Yamaguchi
  • Photography By [Photo By (Booklet)] – Eiji Sugano , Grifin , Kaoru Ijima, Masami Tsuchiya, Masayoshi Sukita, Sheila Rock
  • Piano [Acoustic Piano], Synthesizer, Strings [Viorin], Chorus – Akira Mitake (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Producer – Masami Tsuchiya
  • Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – Richard Barbieri (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Vocals [Vocal], Guitar [Guitars], Synthesizer, Melodeon [Pianica] – Masami Tsuchiya (tracks: A1 to B4)

Notes

Gatefold sleeve.
Includes 4 page booklet.
Song titles and credits written in Japanese with several in English.

[Album]
Recorded at Nakano Sunplaza June 6th & 7th, 1983.
Mixed at CBS Sony Roppongi & Shinanomachi Studio.

[12"]
Recorded at CBS/Sony Roppongi Studio, Sedic Studio

Manufactured by Epic/Sony Inc. (Tokyo/Japan)

Steve Jansen (by Courtesy of Virgin Records)
Richard Barbieri (by Courtesy of Virgin Records)

Epic and 35•3H-135~6 appear on back of gatefold sleeve
Epic/Sony and 35•3H-135~6 appear on spine
Epic and 35•3H-135 appear on album labels
Epic and 35•3H-136 appear on 12" labels
35•3H-135~6 appears on inner booklet

re: 〄 "Japanese Industry Standard" symbol: This is not a mastering or pressing credit. This notation is for information only.
re: (+ with dots): dots appear inside sections

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped A side): 35-3H-135A1 〄CS 1 A 3 (+ with dots)
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped B side): 35-3H-135B1 1 A 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped C side): 35-3H-136A1 (+ with dots) 1 A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped D side): 35-3H-136B1 4 A 1
  • Other (Front of outer sleeve): N•7•21

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EPC 26319 Ippu-Do Live And Zen ‎(LP, Album) Epic EPC 26319 Netherlands 1984
35•3H-135~6, 35•3H-135, 35•3H-136 Ippu-Do Live And Zen ‎(LP, Album, Promo + 12") Epic, Epic/Sony, Epic, Epic 35•3H-135~6, 35•3H-135, 35•3H-136 Japan 1984

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