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(05-31-2020, 05:41 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: [ -> ]You're responsible for this rabbit hole.


So much of this great stuff is out of print.

Agh my God...

"Screwdriver" - Hiromasa Suzuki...

The sweet funk couldn't be right on.

It's not even straight funk, it's like '70s lowrider chillfunk...

I love it man.
"Japanese Groove" LOL hell yeah!
Takayuki Inoue & Katsu Hoshi - A. Bomb

Great picture. The song itself...

Although deliciously 70s and leagues above everything new today...

It does miss the mark for me.
Thievery Corporation - Sleeper Car

GENRE SEGUE... Mini Dancing Banana
There's more than one kind of the only music that matters.
Haircuts For Men - 壊滅悲しみ

Thievery Corporation and Haircuts For Men go well together.
5:30 uhhhh, fuck.
I think I just just fucking came harder than hard.

I know what playlist I'm gonna be obsessively listening to on repeat for the rest of the day.


Do you like Portishead MO?
I've seen people post them...

I've never purposely sought them out.

I assume their songs have words and I do not really like lyrics.


(05-31-2020, 07:21 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: [ -> ]I assume their songs have words and I do not really like lyrics.

I prefer instrumental stuff too.
I think Haircuts For Men is somebody from Thievery Corporation anonymously.

Or some group like that... there are several it could be.

A lot of these synth groups are people who actually made music in the 80s and 90s.


(05-31-2020, 07:24 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]I prefer instrumental stuff too.

Yeah I like to be able to put on a single song or album and listen to it for hours on repeat with no break in concentration caused by upsets in the music or too many linguistic repeats. That's why songs with words can rarely be played at length on repeat, they have to be REALLY catchy... that's not really stuff you listen to in order to chill into a meditative state you can work from.
(05-31-2020, 07:25 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]This list should keep you busy.

Great article... so many great musicians worked on these Japanese 70s/80s albums.
But my test of whether I truly like an album or not is whether I have to play it at a different speed for it to be acceptible to me.

These albums from Haircuts For Men have not all been perfect, but many of them have been listenable, as far as I can tell from what I've been searching.

I am gonna be listening to a playlist of all the albums that run at the right speed for me with no editing.
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