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Naoki Zushi // Live TAPE

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Naoki Zushi --Live 150 limited edition
Released on January 1th! !!

The Gyun Autumn Festival held at the 2006 Fandango by Naoki Zushi, one of Japan's leading underground guitarists, who is an original member of Hijokaidan and is currently active in Nagisa Ni Te. We will release a live performance of the trio formation in Japan on a cassette.

Performances that let you hear the essence of the Japanese psychedelic underground represented by the naked Larry's (les rallizes dénudés) and the Fushitsusha (Fushitsusha) are shown.
It is worth mentioning that "Let the flowers bloom" is a heavy psychedelic version that makes you feel even intense passion, unlike the beautiful version that blooms delicately like the last of the 4th album. It is a great performance that the headman himself said, "It may be the best live performance of this song."
Also, the lyrics, which are like the universal question since the birth of human beings, where humans come from and where they go, are wonderful, and we should listen to each of those words.

The dubbing was handmade one by one on a Nakamichi cassette deck with automatic recording head azimuth adjustment. -Label commentary

Naoki Zushi --Live Limited edition of 150 copies
It will be released on January 16th !!

The original member of Hijokaidan, Naoki Zushi, one of the most prominent underground guitarists in Japan and currently active in Nagisa Ni Te, will release a cassette of a trio of live performances at the 2006 Gyuune Autumn Festival in Fandango.

It features performances demonstrating the quintessence of Japan's psychedelic underground, represented by “les rallizes denudes” and “Fushitsusha.” A heavy psychedelic version of “May a flower bloom” is remarkable; it makes you feel intense passion, completely different from the delicately blooming beautiful version that decorates the end of the 4th album. It is a masterpiece that Zushi himself said, “It might be the best live performance of this song.”

The lyrics, which seem to ask the universal question since the birth of human beings of where human beings came from and where they will go, are also wonderful, and you should listen to each word.

every one of tapes was handmade and dubbed by Nakamichi cassette deck with the recording head azimuth adjustment.
 
artist: Naoki Zushi
label: advaita records
Naoki Zushi --Live 150 limited edition
Released on January 1th! !!

The Gyun Autumn Festival held at the 2006 Fandango by Naoki Zushi, one of Japan's leading underground guitarists, who is an original member of Hijokaidan and is currently active in Nagisa Ni Te. We will release a live performance of the trio formation in Japan on a cassette.

Performances that let you hear the essence of the Japanese psychedelic underground represented by the naked Larry's (les rallizes dénudés) and the Fushitsusha (Fushitsusha) are shown.
It is worth mentioning that "Let the flowers bloom" is a heavy psychedelic version that makes you feel even intense passion, unlike the beautiful version that blooms delicately like the last of the 4th album. It is a great performance that the headman himself said, "It may be the best live performance of this song."
Also, the lyrics, which are like the universal question since the birth of human beings, where humans come from and where they go, are wonderful, and we should listen to each of those words.

The dubbing was handmade one by one on a Nakamichi cassette deck with automatic recording head azimuth adjustment. -Label commentary

Naoki Zushi --Live Limited edition of 150 copies
It will be released on January 16th !!

The original member of Hijokaidan, Naoki Zushi, one of the most prominent underground guitarists in Japan and currently active in Nagisa Ni Te, will release a cassette of a trio of live performances at the 2006 Gyuune Autumn Festival in Fandango.

It features performances demonstrating the quintessence of Japan's psychedelic underground, represented by “les rallizes denudes” and “Fushitsusha.” A heavy psychedelic version of “May a flower bloom” is remarkable; it makes you feel intense passion, completely different from the delicately blooming beautiful version that decorates the end of the 4th album. It is a masterpiece that Zushi himself said, “It might be the best live performance of this song.”

The lyrics, which seem to ask the universal question since the birth of human beings of where human beings came from and where they will go, are also wonderful, and you should listen to each word.

every one of tapes was handmade and dubbed by Nakamichi cassette deck with the recording head azimuth adjustment.
 
artist: Naoki Zushi label: advaita records