- Performer:Haruomi Hosono / Tadanori Yokoo
- Title:Cochin Moon
- Style:Electro, Experimental, Ambient
- Release date:1992
- Size FLAC version2095 mb
- Size MP3 version1859 mb
- Size WMA version2382 mb
- Record from:CD
|2||Madam Consul General of Madras|
|3||Hum Ghar Sajan|
Original vinyl release 1978.
Soundtrack to the experimental movie 'Cochin Moon'
Haruomi Hosono, Tadanori Yokoo Cochin Moon Tracklist A1 Hotel Malabar Ground Floor Triangle Circuit On The Sea-Forest A2 Hotel Malabar Upper Moon コチンの月, Kochin no Tsuki is Haruomi Hosono's fifth solo album. Initially intended as a collaboration with illustrator Tadanori Yokoo, who traveled to India alongside Hosono as part of a group for inspiration Yokoo ended up only drawing the cover, having been the worst victim of an outburst of severe diarrhea amongst the group during the trip, rendering this as a Hosono solo album. Cochin Moon was conceptually written as the soundtrack of a non-existent Bollywood film, a trait inspired. Listen free to Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo Cochin Moon Malabar Hotel Ground Floor. Triangle Circuit on the Sea-Forest, Malabar Hotel Upper Floor. Moving Triangle and more. 6 tracks 42:50. Cochin Moon, is an electronic music soundtrack to the non-existent film, written by Yellow Magic Orchestra member Haruomi Hosono 細野晴臣. Along with Shuka Nishihara and fellow YMO members Ryuichi Sakamoto and Hideki Matsutake, Hosono recorded this album after a trip to India. Ground Floor Triangle Circuit on the Sea-Forest - Haruomi Hosono, Tadanori Yokoo. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. That is, there was no film called Cochin Moon, but after visiting India, Hosono was inspired to make music suggesting the exotic, luxurious, and seemingly wonder-filled scenarios played out in Indian cinemas. However, the actual sound he and his cohorts came up with is often a world away from India: Imagine a totally electronic world of chattering bugs, fluttering birds, magic harps and drums that alternate between a thud. Executive-Producer Haruomi Hosono, Tadanori Yokoo. Keyboards Hiroshi Sato, Ryuichi Sakamoto. Musician Shuka Nishihara. Performer Haruomi Hosono. Producer Tadao Takakuwa, Tsunehiro Motoyoshi. Programmed By Hideki Matsutake. First ever release outside of Japan. Translated interview with Haruomi Hosono. Remastered from the original analog master tapes. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Cochin Moon, 1978. Haruomi Hosono. Ground Floor Triangle Circuit on the Sea-Forest, 02:27. Upper Floor Moving Triangle, 08:46. Album 1978 6 Songs. Cochin Moon. Electronic and Tadanori Yokoo had traveled to India prior to making the album, and while there are nods to the nations Bollywood culture in both the albums sleeve art and the melodic structure of penultimate track Hum Ghar Sajan, the majority of the record is built around swarms of analogue mosquitos, delirious vocoder chants, and a throbbing pulse indicative of feverish. Cover artwork is by no other than Tadanori Yokoo, often referred to as the japanese Andy Warhol. An undiscovered masterwork centered around micro-minimalistic structures, cosmic electronic noiseambients and Krautrock. Limited to 500 copies on vinyl. Your Rating. Overview