Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Maruo Maruko - Daisan Hankyu No Radio

This is one of a few really solid Japanese albums brought to my attention by Begone Dull Care, a blog curated by an Osaka resident that has been uploading CDRs purchased at local underground shows. Maruo Maruko of Kyoto plays intimate Japanese folk music in the most traditional sense. With the help of accordion, mouth harp, and various toy instruments, each track feels like a story that's been passed down from generation to generation. Keep an eye on Begone Dull Care for more releases you'll probably never come across elsewhere.

3 comments:

* * e d o * * said...

thanks bro - looking forward to checking this out you know i loves me japanese musics!

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pkfier said...

If only I could understand this music. Makes me feel as if I am listening to children lullabies which is far from my prefer music. However something new was interesting and thanks for linking!

Jose Osoria said...

could you please reupload? i can't find this album anywhere. if you do, please notify me at wormblanket@gmail.com