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Gilles Peterson // Significant Album // #141

July 22, 2016

We’re continuing the countdown of the albums that have shaped Gilles Peterson so far. The album this week is Orient by Hiroshi Sato.

1979. Most notably Japanese synth-funk. Magical, weird, innovative and totally novel, this album by one of Japan’s most influential keyboardist is one to remember and be played. Audacious percussions, vocals from Masaki Ueda and Hiroshi Sato himself and unprecedented for its time. Happy Friday!

Tracklist
A1 カリンバナイト
A2 孫悟空
A3 月の子の名前はレオ
A4 ドンカマ
B1 浄土
B2 空飛ぶじゅうたん
B3 ピクニック
B4 ひかる風

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