- Performer:Hannoda Taku
- Title:Beret Style Hat
- Style:Breakbeat, Abstract
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1698 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1585 megabytes
- Size WMA version1720 megabytes
- Formats:DMF DTS ADX FLAC RA WAV APE
Hannoda Taku And Oorutaichi - Beret Style Hat (CD). Okimi Records, Achion. Drifting My Folklore (CD, Album).
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Got it. + add. album. song & lyrics by Oorutaichi. except drums on (M1,4,9)DAICHI ITO, (M6,7,10)Chanson Sigeru, (M2,3)Daisuke Hamamoto contrabass on (M1,9,10)田中馨(HEI TANAKA/ショピン) strings on (M2,9)Atsuko Hatano. recorded by Bunsho Nishikawa,Oorutaichi mixed & mastered by Bunsho Nishikawa. photography & art work by Takehiro Iikawa:Decoratorcrab Project "impulse and things around","Mr. Kobayashi The Pink Cat". com All rights reserved by Yuuki Published by OKIMI RECORDS 2016 JAPAN.
Author: Hannoda Taku. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: Okimi Records – H001067, Achion – H001067 Type: CD Country: Japan Date of released: Jul 2005 Category: Electronic, Jazz Style: Breakbeat, Abstract. Hannoda Taku - Beret Style Hat MP3 version. 2281 downloads at 28 mb/s. Hannoda Taku - Beret Style Hat FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s. Cut out card with a cardboard hook for the CD, wrapped in clear plastic sleeve. Hannoda Taku And Oorutaichi - Beret Style Hat download. Related at Hannoda Taku And Oorutaichi - Beret Style Hat: 37A - Swinging Sea Say No! (Re:wakame1999). Hannoda Taku - Electronics. DJ Kiyo - Jipang Beats. Senseless Apocalypse - 185 Songs Demo.
Oorutaichi began recording and performing in 1999, inspired by The Residents, The Doors, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Aphex Twin and Dancehall Reggae. Initial recordings were multi-tracked improvisations using "real" instruments, toys and voice, evolving to composed songs using midi triggerd instrumentation. His first album, "Yori Yoyo", was released in 2003 to acclaim by Yamatsuka Eye (Boredoms), Freeform (Skam Records), Juana Morina (Domino Records), Daniel Wang and others, and received airplay on BBC Radio. Composed, played, sung, and mixed entirely by Oorutaichi, the strong melodies, wide-ranging beats&free style chorus work create an original sound that could almost be traditional music from a fictitious country called "Oorutaichi".