Hideki Ishima - One Day mp3 album
A guitarist and sitar player for nearly forty years, he now exclusively plays the sitarla, an instrument he invented in 2000 that combines aspects of a sitar with an electric guitar. Ishima started playing guitar at 19, at the behest of a friend who wanted to be in a band.
Ishima started playing guitar at 19, at the behest of a friend who wanted to be in a band. His first group was Jarōzu (ジャローズ) in his native Sapporo shortly after graduating high school. He moved to Tokyo and formed the group sounds band The Beavers in 1966, who had released four albums and one single but had not had major success. When they went on hiatus in 1973, Ishima recorded the solo album One Day and joined a group called Trans Am. After a few years off, he followed this with the Donjuan R&R Band with Kenichi Hagiwara. During the 1980s he was in Co-Colo alongside Kenji Sawada and Nobuhiko Shinohara, before being fired. Ishima quit guitar in 1990, citing money problems.
Satori is the second album by Japanese rock band Flower Travellin' Band, and their first of original material Contents. Because Ishima was interested in Indian music, the 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.
One Day. (CD - Columbia
It’s very laid-back, easy-listening psychedelic folk rock music, nowhere near the sinister Sabbath-influenced doom of FTB’s best-known album Satori so fans of that album anticipating more of the same here will be very disappointed.
It was their last concert before a long hiatus, as at this time Yuya became involved in numerous projects and each member went on to an individual career. Joe Yamanaka recorded numerous solo albums, and collaborated with the iconic reggae band The Wailers in the 1980s. Anywhere (1970) – First Flower Travellin' Band album. Satori (1971) – First original studio album. Made in Japan (1972) – Second original studio album. Make Up (1973) – Double album, consisting of both live and studio recordings. Featuring keyboardist Nobuhiko Shinohara. We Are Here (2008) – First album after reuniting without Yuya Uchida.
Anywhere is your first album released by Flower Travellin’ Band. The album is really amazing and you have pretty unique sound. Yes, Make up was we had been doing for all these years I think, And One Day was my new next try by my personal involvement, Also the cover artwork made Shinobu-Ishimaru that from his imagination. I don’t know how many pressing as usual. Interview made by Klemen Breznikar, 2011.
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|A1||We're Just Tryin' My Way|
|A2||Artificial Flowers (Instrumental)|
|B3||Depending By The Time|
|COCP-51049||Hideki Ishima||One Day (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Car)||Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.||COCP-51049||Japan||2007|
|COCA-15241||石間ヒデキ*||One Day (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Columbia||COCA-15241||Japan||1998|