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Carmen Maki & Oz - Carmen Maki & Oz (1975) [Reissue 2013]

Posted By : antonyart | Date : 07 Jul 2013 16:36:00 | Comments : 3 |
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Carmen Maki & Oz - Carmen Maki & Oz (1975) [Reissue 2013]
EAC Rip | FLAC (IMG+CUE+LOG) | 277 MB | Complete HQ Scans 600 dpi JPG included | MP3 Lame 320 CBR | 100 MB
Genre: Progressive Heavy Rock | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Flawed Gems (GEM 102) | Uploaded, Depositfiles

The lovely Carmen Maki was a popular female vocalist, sometimes being called a 'Japanese Janis Joplin' although she's also been likened to Grace Slick and even to a female Robert Plant! After a string of solo records she did a fantastic heavy progressive rock title with Blues Creation (1971). A few years later Maki formed a new group named Oz, which recorded 4 titles, including double live album. This excellent debut LP was released in January 1975 by Polydor Records and offered richly produced and very enjoyable combi nation of British-styled progressive rock tracks (sung in Japanese) similar to Barclay James Harvest and Pink Floyd, but also tightly arranged and quite powerful hard rock epics in Blues Creation and Deep Purple vein.


Tracklist:

01. Rokugatsu no Uta 08:09
02. Asa no Fukei 04:57
03. Image Song 11:02
04. Gozen Ichiji no Sketch 04:47
05. Kino Sakaba de Mita Onna 02:37
06. Watashi wa Kaze 11:39

Total: 43:22

EAC log
Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011

EAC extraction logfile from 8. May 2013, 12:03

Carmen Maki & OZ / Carmen Maki & OZ

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2 | 8:18.64 | 4:56.62 | 37414 | 59675
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6 | 31:42.17 | 11:39.23 | 142667 | 195114


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AccurateRip summary

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Track 2 not present in database
Track 3 not present in database
Track 4 not present in database
Track 5 not present in database
Track 6 not present in database

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Dynamic Range
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DR10 0.00 dB -13.79 dB 8:19 01-rokugatsu-no-uta
DR11 0.00 dB -12.80 dB 4:57 02-asa-no-fukei
DR11 0.00 dB -14.32 dB 11:02 03-image song
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Info
With a career that spans the mid-60s right up to the present day, Carmen Maki is something of a fixture in Japanese music, though her music will be too mainstream for the majority of Japrock fans. She began as a fairly typical chanteuse before joining Shuji Terayama’s Tenjosajiki theatre company in 1968, during which time she was briefly involved with J. A. Caesar. Thereafter, Maki sung with Kazuo Takeda’s Blues Creation, releasing the imaginatively-titled LP CARMEN MAKI & BLUES CREATION. Unfortunately, while the record did much for Maki’s career, her fairly standard sub-Janis, sub-Maggie Bell blues holler undermined the otherwise brilliant Blues Creation and set them on the road to average releases. Maki formed the more progressively styled Oz, whose 1975 debut CARMEN MAKI & OZ was obviously a punt at commercial success, after which time her career became of little further interest as LPs such as TOZASRETA MATI (1976), III (1977), LAST LIVE (19776) and NIGHTSTALKER (1979) ploughed obvious hard rock and soft muso folk realms.

from japrocksampler.com




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Posted By: merula Date: 07 Jul 2013 17:39:54
Many thanks
Posted By: Necromandus Date: 26 Jul 2013 17:50:23
OOOHELLL! this awesome. greatest old-school heavy prog. thank you!
Posted By: lentzell Date: 20 Sep 2013 11:56:45
They don't spare a single 70's prog lick. Not a single one! Deep Purple, Led Zep, even some Queen... I LOVE IT!
The musicianship is great, also. Many thanks for this!