Fushitsusha, Keiji Haino – A Document Film Of Keiji Haino Purple Trap, 2012.
Fushitsusha is a 1991 live album by the band Fushitsusha. Keiji Haino: guitar, vocals.
Track 3 recorded at Ueno Suijo Ongakudo on October 19, 2011. Matrix, Runout: TCI-7576 PRESSED IN TAIWAN IFPI LB80 120622154N.
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A Document Film Of Keiji Haino (2012) contains three lengthy pieces, including a solo. Fushitsusha's live triple-disc Nothing Changes No One Can Change Anything, I Am Ever-Changing Only You Can Change Yourself (april 1996) featured saxophonist Peter Brotzmann. Two City Blues (november 2010 - Trost, 2015) documents sessions by Keigi Haino (guitar, shamisen and vocals), Peter Broetzmann (tenor and alto saxes, clarinet and tarogato), and Jim O'Rourke (guitar)
Keiji Haino’s main conceit seems to be that blackness, nothingness, and eternity are the common denominators in the universe - and thus they should be celebrated. It’s with that most unexpected end point in mind that we usher you through some of the key points in the dark, strange world of Keiji Haino. From Jim Morrison to Albert Ayler. If we look back through the mists of time, we can see that Keiji Haino was a fresh-faced young theatre kid from just outside Tokyo who, believe it or not, had his key musical epiphany when he heard The Doors. Haino’s most enduring project, Fushitsusha actually formed back in 1978, essentially taking those bleak and noisy ideas and creating something vaguely resembling rock band shaped around them. The name, which roughly translates to ‘man without qualities’, continues to this day, but over the years Fushitsusha has referred to several different lineups.
com tracks 1 & 2 - Fushitsusha. Keiji Haino - guitar & vocals. Chiyo Kamekawa - bass. Keiji Haino - electric guitar, voice, Yasushi Ozawa - bass (03:44). solo live at Showboat, Tokyo, Japan (2001/12/29). Keiji Haino - voice a capella & serunai (23:46). cd design: Boroborographix.
Keiji Haino (灰野 敬二 Haino Keiji; born May 3, 1952) is a Japanese musician and singer-songwriter whose work has included rock, free improvisation, noise music, percussion, psychedelic music, minimalism and drone music. He has been active since the 1970s and continues to record regularly and in new styles. Haino's initial artistic outlet was theatre, inspired by the radical writings of Antonin Artaud.
Document Haino Keiji. While most of the nation were entranced by the AKB48 elections last week, a smaller, savvier bunch of viewers were tuning in to Dommune to watch a show with Keiji Haino. The 60-year-old t has been a prolific – and divisive – figure on the experimental music scene for four decades now, but he's earned renewed interest thanks to an upcoming film, Document Haino Keiji, which is due to hit cinemas next month
Haino formed Fushitsusha in 1978, although their first LP was not released until 1989. Fushitsusha became a trio with the departure of Shiraishi and the addition of Jun Hamano (bass) and Shuhei Takashima (drums). The lineup soon changed, adding Yasushi Ozawa (bass) and Jun Kosugi (drums) throughout the 1990s.
- Recorded At – Koenji High
- Recorded At – Ueno Suijo Ongagakudo
- Bass – Chiyo Kamekawa (tracks: 1, 2)
- Design – Takuya Kitamura
- Drums – Kiyasu* (tracks: 1, 2)
- Engineer – Taku Unami
- Guitar, Vocals – Keiji Haino
- Photography By – Kazuyuki Funaki
NotesTracks 1 & 2 recorded at Koenji High on April 3, 2012. Track 3 recorded at Ueno Suijo Ongakudo on October 19, 2011.
CD released to coincide with a documentary film about Keiji Haino and only available at the cinemas showing it.
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Title: A Document Film Of Keiji Haino
Date of release: 2012
Size MP3: 1375 mb
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