Kamijo - Martha flac mp3
one and one is tw. p3. 09. cry like a baby - martha you've changed. 07. you need a gu. 10. martha (i love you).
Martha is the first of three albums composed by the Japanese artist, Kamijo. The other two are Tomo (also very rare) and Tomoaki Kamijo KK Band's Dear My Friend (Pretty Are Too), but Martha is the best of them all. All English vocals, lots of fuzz guitar, percussion, piano and great vocals. An underground-rock album with folky elements and a West Coast touch.
You need a bum," sings Tomoaki Kamijo. I need a cu. His pronunciation isn't perfect, but Martha, his first album, released in 1971 and sung entirely in English, is a sweet-natured precursor to today's J-pop: an amiable collection of songs that sound as if they've been inspired by the American West Coast scene of the day and The Beatles in their Nowhere Man phase. Kamijo is not only borrowing the sound of the overseas bands, but also their way of framing lyrics. One and one is two, You and I are true.
The best album by Kamijo is Heart which is ranked number 76,392 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2. Kamijo is ranked number 26,861 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3. Product Details. KAMIJO - MARTHA NEW CD Condition: Brand New. Time left: 9h 25m 22s. Ships to: Worldwide. LAREINE CD Trailer w/ card Japan Versailles Kamijo visual kei RARE! Condition: Good. Time left: 18h 2m 52s.
Download Kamijo - Martha (1971) [[email protected]) torrent or any other torrent from the Audio Sound clips. Artist: Kamijo Album: Martha Year: 1971 Country: Japan Genre: Psychedelic Rock. Tracklist: 01. set me free 04:14 02. my martha 02:31 03. start to go 02:58 04. home 00:03:17 05. one and one is two 03:29 06. turn off the light 04:21 07. you need a gun 03:14 08. ge jo 02:20 09. cry like a baby - martha you've changed 03:25 10. martha (i. love you) 01:27.
Rarity is all over Martha, the first of three albums recorded by Tomoaki Kamijo starting in 1971. The record, despite the albatross of scarcity is quite engaging, a ’70s pop-sike nug that takes as much from George Harrison as it does from The Incredible string Band. It’s filled with mournful ballads that would foreshadow a Japanese-psych underground years in the making, when Ghost and their circle of cracked-fuzz spirit-casters captured the imagination of a huddled generation.
|1||Set Me Free Kamijo||Kamijo||4:23|
|2||My Martha Kamijo||Kamijo||2:37|
|3||Start to Go Kamijo / Nakayama Shimpeii||Kamijo||3:04|
|5||One and One Is Two Kamijo||Kamijo||3:35|
|6||Turn Off the Lights Kamijo / Nakayama Shimpeii||Kamijo||4:32|
|7||You Need a Gun Kamijo||Kamijo||3:22|
|8||Martha You've Changed Kamijo / Y. Watabe||Kamijo||2:27|
|9||Cry Like a Baby||Kamijo||3:34|
|10||I Love You Kamijo||Kamijo||1:32|
CreditsKamijo - Composer, Primary Artist
Nakayama Shimpeii - Composer
Aki Takase - Piano
Tetsuro Watabe - Guitar, Vocals
Y. Watabe - Composer