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J.A. Caesar - Shintokumaru album mp3

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J.A. Caesar - Shintokumaru album mp3
  • Performer:
    J.A. Caesar
  • Title:
    Shintokumaru
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    1978
  • Size FLAC version
    1151 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1984 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1813 megabytes
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    4.4
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A. CAESAR is a Psychedelic/Space Rock, Progressive Rock artist from Japan. Psychedelic/Space Rock, Japan.

Caesar album, originally issued on Victor in 1978. More crazy theatrical prog, but less bombed than the above, and seemingly more reliant on missing visual imagery. This is another J. A. Caesar's album. Though we can not find his name on the cover, he composed all the tunes. A recorded live album and the music in the album must be very magical. Now is the time you have to estimate his genius for this unknown Japanese artist.

full-fledged rock operas for Tenjo Sajiki, including Shintokumaru). He is a member of the theatrical company Experimental Laboratory of Theatre ◎ Universal Gravitation (演劇実験室◎万有引力, Engeki-Jikkenshitsu Ban'yū Inryoku), better known as just Ban'yū Inryoku. He gained more mainstream attention for his songs composed for the anime Revolutionary Girl Utena, and has also composed the score to the animated film adaptation of Suehiro Maruo's manga Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show (also known as Midori or Shojo-tsubaki). Justin Simon (July–August 2008). "Revolution Girl Utena" Gets A Haunting New Look For Latest Album From Composer J. Seazer".

In the January 2015 Setagaya Public Theater set up a "身毒丸(SHINTOKUMARU)" replayed by J. A · Caesar's theater company "演劇実験室◎万有引力(Gekidan Jikkenshitsu Banyu inryoku)" sponsored by more than 2,500 people for 4 days to . Caesar himself Completely recorded on 2 CDs by mix, supervision

Black Caesar is a soundtrack album recorded by James Brown for the film of the same name and released in 1973. The album also features The . In a 1980 consumer guide to James Brown's albums following the dissolution of King Records, Robert Christgau of The Village Voice gave Black Caesar a "D+" and stated, "You listen to Brown for music, not songs, but that's no reason to expect good soundtrack albums from him. He should never be allowed near a vibraphone again.

This album is the soundtrack to either the movie or the play with the same name by Terayama. The next year, the Victor label released Tenjousajiki: Jasoumon, a live recording of one of Terayama's theater productions, under . Throughout the '70s and into the early '80s, Caesar worked with Terayama on theater events that blended traditional Japanese Noh theater with experimental progressive rock.

Credits

J.A. Caesar - Primary Artist