The recordings made by this 23 year old shakuhachi blower are all utterly unique and some refer to his sonic outpour as - playing as “Japanese old stone age style” and “noise shakuhachi”.
SABIR MATEEN, DANIEL CARTER & DAVID NUSS: “Tenor Rising, Drums Expanding” (Sound @ One) (Picture Disc: Near Mint/ Outer Plastic Sleeve: Near Mint).
Long gone and out of print monster free jazz slide that was released way back in 1997.
This album is really a stunner and a must for people into some more advanced Japanese Underground historical recordings. Price: 75 Euro copy to emerge in a looooong time with obi.
Top-notch copy of this beyond belief rarity out of the bowels of Teichiku/ Union Records early seventies scum psych weirdness.
Yes that does mean that after a number of rock/folk moves we're dishing up some more exquisite 'improv'. Heavy weight vinyl only edition of 299 in five-color handpulled screen-printed sleeves.” (Label Description).