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Saturday, 21 April 2018

Rashomon "Our Constitutional Rights" 1971 羅生門 ‎– 日本国憲法 平和 自由 愛 Japan Psych Pop Rock ~


Rashomon "Our Constitutional Rights" 1971  羅生門 ‎– 日本国憲法 平和 自由 愛 Japan Psych Pop Rock (feat Kuni Kawachi -The Happenings Four, Flower Travellin' Band)

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Rashomon. A project formed by Kuni Kawachi after the break-up of The Happenings Four. Their first album, “日本国憲法”, (released in September 1971) was recorded using studio musicians and the group was only formed later for promotional work and gigs. The members of the live group included Pepe Yoshihiro (bass, from The Happenings Four), Paul Yukawa (vocals, guitar), Haruo Chikada, and Junichi Kanazawa (drums). Rashomon’s second album, “Indian”, was also recorded using session musicians, with only Yukawa from the live group participating on vocals….~



In 1971, the famous “Japan Constitution” famous as the most strange concept album born in the Japanese New Rock era, the long-awaited first CD conversion! 
I put the Constitution on a melody and finish it as a soft rock & progression sound. 
Because it is now 44 years later, it can be said that it is a work to be heard by Japanese citizens 

Rashomon joined the Nikkei Hawaiian’s Paul Lee (enrolled at The Half Breed enrolled) with an outstanding singing ability, formed in 1971 by Yoshihiro Pepei who was also active as The Happening’s Four It was a band and I was playing at the same name shop in Akasaka “Rashomon”. In September I released the first album “Constitution of Japan”, in January 1972 I released the second album “Indian, Choose Red Than Death”, but there were no outstanding results in the so-called Hakoban center activities and short-term It disappeared between. There is a description that “Kuni Kawachi formed a group” on the net, etc., but that is a mistake. 

The album ‘Constitution of Japan’ sang the Constitution from Chapter 1 to Chapter 10. At the time, it was a planned work by the idea of ​​a mouth (Tabu Hajime / present Wahaha Honpo president) who was involved in the composition of the mop’s concert production and television program “Geba Gaba 90 minutes”, and the jacket is credited with “composition.” In arranging and composing, he was a leader of Happening for Four, Kuni Kauchi who was ripe in work as a composer and arranger. 
From here, “abandonment of war” was single-cut (coupling was “emperor”), and on late-night broadcasting of radio it was popular with many requests. 
Although this work has been completely ignored from the history of rock in Japan for many years, in recent years it has become highly valued as a concept album and also from the viewpoint of Soft Rock and Progress. Therefore, the analog board soaring, it is just a long-awaited CD. (Sammy Maeda) …~



What once was such a wonderful record! The main board excavated from VOLTAGE RECORDS, presided over by Samy Maeda, a leading guru of Japanese New Rock, was released in 1971 by the band “Rashomon” formed by The Happening for For Peper Yoshihiro, A magnificent concept album that summarized the first chapter to ten chapters of the Japanese Constitution as lyrics into one piece. It is not just an intervention, but Paul · Lee (The Half Breed) for vocals, Kono Haru parent (Kusuda Haruo) as a keyboard, Kuni Kawachi as a composer / arranger, and all music pieces by powerful members are wonderful. It can be said that it is exactly a phantom masterpiece of Soft Rock / Lounge Music. As with <Peace, Freedom, Love> in the subtitle, I positively present the idea of ​​the Japanese Peace Constitution as a rock. The current administration seems to be rushing for constitutional amendment, but I just hope that this highest rock constitution will not be the past….~ 



Rashomon Members: 

Du Yoshihiro (Pepe Yoshihiro): Base, Leader / The Happening for
Paul Lee: vocals, guitar / the half bleed
Kuwao Haruo (Haruo Chikada): Keyboard / former emotion
Kanazawa Jun: Drum / former emotion
Kaneko Michiudai: Flute, sax 
Arranged By – Kuni Kawachi (tracks: クニ河内) 




Tracklist 
第一章 天皇 1:43 
第二章 戦争の放棄 2:37 
第三章 国民の権利及び義務 18:49 
第三章 国民の権利及び義務 4:35 
第四章 国会 3:12 
第五章 内閣 1:46 
第六章 司法 3:47 
第七章 財政 1:37 
第八章 地方自治 1:37 
第九章 改正 2:04 
第十章 最高法規 2:12 



Tracklist

1. Chapter 1 Emperor 01: 40
2. Chapter 2 War abandonment 02: 28
3. Chapter 3 Citizens’ Rights and Obligations 18: 53
4  Chapter 3 Citizens’ Rights and Obligations 04: 35
5. Chapter 4 The National Assembly 03: 05
6. Chapter V Cabinet 01: 35
7. Chapter V Judiciary 03: 44
8. Chapter VII Finance 01: 33
9. Chapter 8 Local Autonomy 01: 34
10 Chapter 9 revision 01: 54
11. Chapter 10 Maximum Regulations 






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Kuni Kawachi and His Group “Love Suki Daikirai"1972 僕の声が聞こえるかい/クニ・河内の世界 (Happenings Four,Flower Travellin’ Band) Japan Psych Pop Rock 

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Kuni Kawachi & Flower Travellin’ Band “Kirikyōgen” 1970 Japan Heavy Psych 

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Flower Travellin Band “Satori” 1971 Japan Psychedelic masterpiece  (100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone) (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by  Julian Cope) 
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Flower Travellin’ Band ‎ “Anywhere” 1970 Japan Psych Rock debut album  (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope) 



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Flower Travellin’ Band “Made In Japan” 1972 Japan Psych Rock (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by Julian Cope)
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Flower Travellin’ Band “We Are Here” 2008 Japan Prog Rock

Flower Travellin Band “Satori” 1971 Japan Psychedelic masterpiece  (100 greatest Japanese albums Rolling Stone) (Top 50 Japan Rock Albums by  Julian Cope) 

Yuya Uchida & The Flowers (Flower Travellin’ Band,) “Challenge!” 1969 Japan Psych Rock
The Happenings Four ‎ アウトサイダ  "の世界   "Outsider No Sekai - World Of The Outsiders"1970 Japan Psych Pop Rock third album



Flower Travellin' Band "From Pussies To Death In 10.000 Years Of Freakout 1969-1970" 1997 Japan Psych Rock (bootleg)



Flower Travellin' Band ‎"Music Composed Mainly By Humans" (Bootleg) recorded in 1970 and released in 2002 Japan Psych Rock



Hideki Ishima ‎ “One Day"1971 Japan Prog Psych (ex- Flower Travellin ‘Band) man solo album


The Beavers  ザ・ビーバーズ  "Viva! Beavers!"  1968 Japan Psych,Garage Rock (Hideki Ishima-Flower Travellin’ Band & Ken Narita)



Band Aide “Uchuu Junkan” 1978 Japan Space Prog Rock  (with Nobuhiko Shinohara  ex-Flower Travellin’ Band)



Kuni Kawachi  クニ河内   "Utae Nakunaru Maeni"  歌えなくなる前に 1972  Japan Psych Rock first solo Lp



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