The entire unedited improvised set from Damo Suzuki and Canterbury unsigned act Lapis Lazuli. This double-disc album signifies the 6th release by the Canterbury band, and represents one of the kaleidoscope shows Damo played as part of his 2019 tour.
The second disc to the album is titled using an anagram of ‘damo suzuki lapis lazuli’; ‘Louis Padilla’s Muzak Uzi’, – a collection of jams recorded and mixed leading up to the live concert. This disc does not include Damo at all, as the band’s one and only encounter with him was at the show!
The album was mixed live and recorded by Ramsgate Music Hall’s in-house engineer Al Harle, and mixed / mastered by Lapis’ Neil Sullivan.
Release date: 31st January 2020
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You may remember at my performance I was collecting your signature to support Fumiaki Hoshino who is an incense prisoner in jail for 44 years as follows.
FREE FUMIAKI HOSHINO!
Fumiaki Hoshino, one of the longest detained political prisoners in the world. He helped organize a protest Nov. 14, 1971, against the “Okinawa Reversion Agreement,” which allowed the U.S. to base nuclear weapons in Okinawa. A policeman and a woman trade unionist were killed during the protest. Hoshino was framed up and charged with murder in those deaths.
The Japanese prison system is oppressive and most friends cannot visit him. He is innocent and there is no physical evidence whatsoever linking him to the deaths.
The only “evidence of guilt” were statements of six demonstrators made in closed police interrogation rooms. Five of these witnesses later recanted on the grounds they were coerced by cops and prosecutors. Others refused to testify in open court. Also, the police “lost” the videotape of the demonstration.
On top of that, the Supreme Court in Japan admitted Fumiaki was wearing “light blue clothes” during the 1971 protest, instead of “biscuit colored clothes” as was reported in the frame-up story.
For 37 years plus the Japanese government has imprisoned an innocent man.
This injustice reminds us of so many other frame-up cases and of the injustice done to Trayvon Martin here. Working people throughout the world need to stand up and demand, “Free Fumiaki Hoshino.”
(Used words from Dan Coffman ILWU Local 21 President Longview, Wash. )
Check truth by yourself search „Fumiaki Hoshino“ at your searchmachine.
FREE FUMIAKI HOSHINO
Put your name and address on the sheet.
Thanks for your support!!!
Sadly he passed on May 30 with cancer.
As I was informed, even this situation at hospital, no visitor allowed..
All those years he was totally isolated also bad situation like long cold winter without heater, at the begging even he was not allowed to have pen and papers.
I shame as Japanese with this wrong Japanese justice that remind me never changing mentality for hundreds of years.
Everybody has right to live and right for free ideology.
It’s not matter of his political color, it’s matter of worth of his freedom.
Japanese justice steals his freedom from an innocent man for 44 years!
I’m really sad with this happened.
In year 2012 I was in Hiroshima joined spontaneously demonstration against Atom Power Station. At the end of demonstration at Peace Memorial Museum, I met Mrs. Hoshino and talk with her. I didn’t know about case of Fumihiko Hoshino. I was really surprised and it’s just unbelievable in seems-to-be-modern Japan, thing like this is still going on. Power of Stone Age authority.
Since then I’d been collecting signature to support “Free Hoshino”, hope one day he’ll live in free like we are.
RIP Fumiaki Hoshino (1953-2019)
Thanks for friends who wrote down your signature on this petition.
Sorry I’m not able to inform you possible answer on this.
Good day Everybody!
We have a very beautiful spring day today, I’d like to share with you.
An anther thing I’d like to share is a documentary of my first China trip last October.
My new friend Zhao and Fabian attended me and caught in action through this trip, made this documentary.
Red Scarf, sound carrier band all 4 shows attend me on the stage and few other people attend us among them Shen who had key to this tour, first contact person, arranger of this wonderful tour.
I’d never seen even a second of this film.
I’m looking forward to it.
At the 2018 edition of Roadburn Festival – a congregation of all things obscure, heavy and experimental in Tilburg, the Netherlands – two generations of Japanese Krautrock genius took to the stage for a live collaboration that was just as hypnotic as it was inevitable. Those artists were Tokyo’s Minami Deutsch and the legendary ex-Can frontman Damo Suzuki. Thankfully we were able to get hold of the live recording straight from the mixing desk and will be pressing this sublime meeting-of-minds to vinyl.
Officially released on March 1st, to announce the Live At Roadburn EP we’re super excited to share ‘Part III’, the final of the release three parts. Clocking in at seven minutes, Minami Deutsch’s propulsive rhythm section and chugging guitars drive the track with a relentless gusto whilst Suzuki unleashes his demented drawl atop. Never letting loose for a second, the track builds and builds before erupting into a whirlwind of hypnotic chanting vocals and screeching guitar noise. It was only a matter of time until these guys collaborated and it just as mesmerising and powerful as you’d imagine. (From Fuzzclub.cm)
Minami Deutsch and Damo Suzuki – Live at Roadburn Festival
Damo Suzuki – Vocals
Kyotaro Miula – Guitar
Taku Idemoto – Guitar
Keita Ise – Bass
Tatsuhiko Sugi – Drums
Recorded by Marcel van de Vondervoort and his team at Roadburn Festival 2018
Mixed by Kyotaro Miula
Mastered by Kyotaro Miula and James Plotkin
Artwork by Olya Dyer
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