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    Posted: September 22 2019 at 05:59
Here's an A-Z guide I've put together featuring the best-known artists in the wonderful world of Japanese psychedelia, with the number of studio albums by each artist in brackets:-
 
Acid Mothers Afrirampo (1)
Acid Mothers Guru Guru (1)
Acid Mothers Temple & Space Paranoid (1)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Cosmic Inferno (11)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso UFO (42)
Acid Mothers Temple & the Pink Ladies Blues (2)
Acid Mothers Temple SWR (2)
Angel in Heavy Syrup (4)
Apryl Fool (1)
 
Blues Creation (4)
Brush (1)
 
Cosmos Factory (4)
 
Far East Family Band (4)
Far Out (1)
Flied Egg (2)
Flower Travellin' Band (5)
Food Brain (1)
 
The Golden Cups (3)
Ghost (8)
Green Milk from the Planet Orange (3) *New entry!
 
Helpful Soul (1)
Hideki Ishima (1)
Hiro Yanagida (5)
 
Jacks (1)
Jun Kamikubo (1)
 
Kimio Mizutani (1)
Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travellin' Band (1)
Kuni Kawachi & His Group (1)
 
The 'M' (1)
Marble Sheep (4)
The Mops (2)
 
Osamu Kitajima (11)
 
Rovo (11)
 
Sadakazu Tabata & Groovy 6 (1)
Sadistic Mika Band (4)
Samurai (2)
Shingetsu (2)
Shinki Chen (1)
Speed, Glue & Shinki (2)
Stomu Yamashta (6)
Stomu Yamashta & Come to the Edge (1)
Stomu Yamashta's East Wind (1)
Stomu Yamashta's 'Go' Project (2)
Stomu Yamashta's Red Buddha Theatre (1)
Strawberry Path (1)
 
Too Much (1)
 
Yuya Uchida & the Flowers (1)


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My all-time favourite Japanese Psychedelic Rock album from the above list is "Nihonjin" (1973) by Far Out, which is a pretty far out psych album, as you'll later discover when I post the full YouTube album below in alphabetical sequence. Smile
 
 


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I'll try and find as many full YouTube albums as I can from the above list and then I'll post them below, although I won't be posting any albums by Acid Mothers Temple as there are simply too many of them and they all tend to  sound the same anyway. Smile

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J.A. Caesar (J.A. Seazer) has lots of Albums not only one.
He was the leader of the Theater Tenjo Sajiki Musical backing Group.
 
The "solo Album" Kokkyo Junreika is just a sampler of Tenjo Sajiki performances
which where released on separate Albums. These are all live Recordings and a mix
of spoken Japanese Theater with Musical interludes. (The Album is just a sampler
of some of those interludes and so also live)
 
At least 4 tracks (those in the middle of the "Solo" Album) are identical (same recordings)
as on one of the Tenjo Sajiki Albums I own (Jashumon "Heresy").
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Yonin-Bayashi is my personal favorite.
To fly with the canyon on a cliff, see the river crash and roar, see how it flows...
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Starting at the beginning of the alphabet - and why not - these are the four studio albums by Angel in Heavy Syrup, and they're very good too - if you like heavy Japanese psych. Smile
 
Angel in Heavy Syrup I
 
 
Angel in Heavy Syrup II
 
 
Angel in Heavy Syrup III
 
 
Angel in Heavy Syrup IV
 


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The one and only self-titled album from Apryl Fool, released in 1969, probably on April 1st...
 


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BLUES CREATION - Blues Creation (1969)
 
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BRUSH - Brush (1971)
 
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COSMOS FACTORY - An Old Castle of Transylvania (1973)
 


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One of my all-time favourite Japanese psych bands:- Far East Family Band
 
The Cave Down to the Earth (1975)
 
 
Nipponjin (1975)
 
 
Parallel World (1976)
 
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FAR OUT - Nihonjin (Confusingly, this album is also known as "Far Out" by the Far East Family Band, with a different album cover)
 
 
 


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Originally posted by Psychedelic Paul Psychedelic Paul wrote:


COSMOS FACTORY - An Old Castle of Transylvania (1973)


Love this band! Id prefer their Black Hole album which is by far their best one, I hope you know it...
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^^ I'd love to have uploaded the "Black Hole" album too, but it's not currently available on YouTube. By the way, thanks for your contribution to this thread. It was beginning to get pretty lonely on here as the last seven posts were all mine. Smile I'm trying to find as many full YouTube albums as I can from the list at the top of the page. These are the next two albums continuing in alphabetical sequence with Flied Egg....
 
 
Dr. Siegel's Flied Egg Shooting Machine (1972)
 
 
Good Bye (1972)
 
 


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FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND 
 
 
Anywhere (1970)
 
 
Satori (1971)
 


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I've been meaning to complete this blog for several months now, by adding all of the available YouTube albums from the list at the top of the page. After all, no one wants to read through a long boring list of artists. It's all about the MUSIC! The only downside to listening to all of the many great album treasures on this blog, is it doesn't leave me much time for writing long album reviews, so I guess they'll have to wait. Smile
 
Here's the next album in the alphabetical sequence, with an album title that reminds us what life used to be like before the coronavirus lockdown. Smile
 
FOOD BRAIN - Social Gathering (1970) - One of Shinki Chen's best and last works, according to YouTube.
 
 
By the way, I'm hoping my friend David from my local village will join me here soon, now that he knows where to find me. Wink
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THE GOLDEN CUPS - Live Album (1971)
 
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THE HELPFUL SOUL - First Album (1969)
 
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HIDEKI ISHIMA - One Day (1973)
 
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HIRO YANAGIDA
 
Milk Time (1970)
 
 
Hiro Yanagida (1971)
 
 
Hirocosmos (1973)
 
 
The Encounter with UFO (1978)
 


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