Label: K4 Format - K4-CD-001 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Slovenia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Experimental, Minimal, Ambient
Satori is the second album by Japanese rock band Flower Travellin' Bandand their first of original material. Yuya Uchida formed the Flower Travellin' Band as a way to create a group with international appeal. Sensing the chance for international popularity, the group quickly recorded Satori Travellin` - Various - K4 Format 07 have something to bring with them. Tired of covering Western blues bands, the Flower Travellin' Band Travellin` - Various - K4 Format 07 to create their own material.
The members would get together and Hideki Ishima would come up with guitar riffs while everyone tried new ideas on each other.
Because Ishima was interested in Indian musicthe Oriental aspect became a part of the band's sound. Joe Yamanaka revealed that there are relatively few lyrics on the album because of the band's love for improvisation. He stated that because you can not suddenly change direction with lyrics as you can with instrumentation, he consciously stepped back and trusted the other musicians. The North American release differed Juventude Transviada - Luiz Melodia - Luiz Melodia & Participações the Japanese original, as it contained songs from their then upcoming album Made in Japan and the bonus track "Lullaby".
The album was digitally remastered in Hernan M. Campbell of Sputnikmusic said that Satoriwith its traces of early heavy metalprogressive rock and Travellin` - Various - K4 Format 07 captures "the eclecticism of the '70s rock scene, and all of the different philosophies that were steadily evolving into fully recognized genres.
The Guardian ' s Rob Fitzpatrick stated that the album "blends edge-of-your-seat psychedelic shamanism with hair-shaking proto-metal rifferama".
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