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  • Performer: Far East Family Band
  • Title: Parallel World
  • Size FLAC ver: 1173 mb
  • Country: Japan
  • Date of release: 1976
  • Style: Space Rock, Prog Rock
  • Other formats: VQF MOD XM WMA VOC AU AC3
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
Far East Family Band - Parallel World album flac

Tracklist

Metempsychosis
Entering/Times
Kokoro
Parallel World
Amanezcan
Origin
Zen
Reality
New Lights
In The Year 2000

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LQ-7002-M Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Album) MU Land LQ-7002-M Japan 1976
LQ-7002-M Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Album) MU Land LQ-7002-M Japan 1976
LQ-7002-M Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Mu Land LQ-7002-M Japan 1976
YX-7284-M Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Album, RE) MU Land YX-7284-M Japan 1980
COCA-7257 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(CD, Album, RE) Columbia COCA-7257 Japan 1991
Lion 193 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(CD, RE, Dig) Lion Records Lion 193 Germany 2007
ASHCD3013 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Phoenix Records ASHCD3013 Japan 2009
FJSP-84 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Super Fuji Discs FJSP-84 Japan 2009
ASHLP3013 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Unofficial) Phoenix Records ASHLP3013 Japan 2009
ASHLP3013 Far East Family Band Parallel World ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Phoenix Records ASHLP3013 UK 2010




4 - Parallel World 29:52 - Amanezcan - Origin - Zen - Reality - New Lights - In The Year 2000. From a 1991 Japanese CD reissue, with a dynamic range of 15. Video encoded with windows media lossless audio.

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Complete your Far East Family Band collection. Parallel World finds the band moving its furthest into electronic territory, it seems like Schulze's influence was undeniable. And even if you shy away from Kitaro thinking he's pretty much a lightweight, you'll be surprised how much this album will remind you of what Schulze was doing at the time, with extra guitar and drums. This was recorded in Oxfordshire, England, at Richard Branson's Manor Studios, in hopes for a contract with Virgin (since Schulze was recording for that label, which makes sense).

Far East Family Band was one of the absolute best psychedelic/prog bands from Japan, while producer Klaus Schultze was (and is) at the top of the electronic krautrock pile. Even with such strong credentials from the outset, this album is more than the sum of its parts. The two musical forces meld perfectly, with the best parts of their musical identities at the forefront without obscuring the other. Parallel World is how every collaboration would go down in a perfect world (a perfect world that is parallel to ours I would suppose).

Album · 1975 · 4 Songs. Parallel World Far East Family Band.

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Author: Far East Family Band. Album: Parallel World. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: Mu Land ‎– LQ-7002-M Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo Country: Japan Date of released: 1976 Category: Rock Style: Space Rock, Prog Rock. Far East Family Band - Parallel World MP3 version. 2547 downloads at 28 mb/s. Far East Family Band - Parallel World FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s. Management – Masaru Arakawa. Music By, Arranged By – Far East Family Band. Photography – Masakazu Sakomitsu. Producer – Fumio Miyashita.

Tracklist : 1. Metempsychosis (4:45) 2. Entering, Times (16:00) 3. Kokoro (9:06) 4. Parallel world (30:12) a) Amanezcan b) Origin c) Zen d) Reality e) New Lights f) In The Year 2000. Personnel: - Masanori Takahashi (Kitaro) - keyboards - Fumio Miyashita - guitar, keyboards, vocals - Akira Ito - keyboards - Akira Fukakusa - bass - Hirohito Fukushima - guitar - Shizuo Takasaki - drums.

Comments (10)

Reggy
This is an incredible music, album, musicians and an unforgettable band.
Ydely
First off, this may be a Top 10 Album Cover. Of all time. Who wouldn't want to travel to a parallel world with these guys? The one guy is even saluting you. Respect! When's the last time you were saluted by someone that much cooler than you are? This is a mission of mercy.Of course, once you get to the Parallel World, you realize this is going to be a suicide cult kind of trip. If you're into early Popol Vuh like "In den Gärten Pharaos" you're definitely gonna want to drink the kool aid. These guys are all about the slow build. Remember when delayed gratification was a thing? You will, eventually, and it'll be worth it. Side 2 is better, but you don't want to rush it. Life is about the journey, not the destination.No more spoilers because you really should listen to this at least once in your life. I can definitely toss a 4 at this record, and an extra .3 for the salute. 4.3/5 ***Winner of the Scott Hamilton award for MAKING IT LOOK EASY***Lace Up Ur Skates***
Micelhorav
is this reissue bad sound quality? people on a youtube video were saying it is crap. if anyone knows how it sounds let me know! thanks.
Sirara
It is pretty bad. I looked to the comments to see if other people felt the same and sure enough I came across this comment thread. A record has to sound pretty bad for me to go out of my way to comment on quality.
jorik
I know it is to late, but may be it helps some one else - Yes it is horrible! Better YouTube as this shit.
Unh
i enjoy my copy, of course that's very subjective, but let this be one positive vote:)
RuTGamer
I wish discogs had an re-issue sound-qualiy bar-o-meter by some dedicated audiophiles. : )
Gathris
nope! I still don't have it
Syleazahad
any word on this?
Kadar
Like Vangelis, Kitaro had been involved in prog rock bands, in this case, Far East Family Band. At that time he was going by his real name, Masanori Takahashi. Parallel World was also produced by Klaus Schulze, as was their previous album, Nipponjin (which was mainly an English language remake of The Cave - Down to the Earth, and two songs removed for a version of a song off the Far Out album that now includes additional synths and Mellotron). Parallel World finds the band moving its furthest into electronic territory, it seems like Schulze's influence was undeniable. And even if you shy away from Kitaro thinking he's pretty much a lightweight, you'll be surprised how much this album will remind you of what Schulze was doing at the time, with extra guitar and drums. This was recorded in Oxfordshire, England, at Richard Branson's Manor Studios, in hopes for a contract with Virgin (since Schulze was recording for that label, which makes sense). For some reason, the label didn't like the length of the recording and didn't release it, at least it was released at home in Japan on MU Land, first with the boat cover, then later with the peering doll eyes cover. The original version came with a giant poster (the peering doll eyes cover comes with an insert), with a ton of stuff written in Japanese (not knowing Japanese, I'm unable to get much use of it). Naturally, this came with an Obi, as with just about everything made in Japan. I have noticed that "Entering" was to have lyrics (thanks to the poster that included what few lyrics there are on the album), but in reality it didn't. Instead those lyrics were used on "Timeless Phase" on their next (and final) album Tenkujin."Metempsychosis" is largely a percussion-dominated piece with lots of electronic effects. "Entering/Times" is very much in Schulze territory, starting off slowly, with lots of electronic effects, before things start kicking in with drums and guitars. "Kokoro" could easily fit on their earlier releases, more of a ballad, with singing in Japanese. The side-length title track really blows me away! A great jam dominated by synthesizers, but about halfway, the drumming fades and left with lots of electronic effects, some Buddhist chanting, and a wonderful synth solo that I am certain has to be from Kitaro himself. Of the four albums they done, this is without a doubt my favorite from them.

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