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New York, 1967. Tom Wilson, man behind the mixing desk for such legendary artists as Bob Dylan, Frank Zappa, The Velvet Underground, and Simon and Garfunkel, has persuaded Verve Records to sign and fund his newest project for distribution on their Forecast imprint. Unlike the other acts that Wilson helped shape into the defining sounds of an era, this artist will barely make a mark on history. His name is Harumi, he's from Japan, and he creates a psychedelic pop… read more

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  • best artist bio i've ever read
  • where r u bro!
  • He could be anywhere in the world. [2]
  • like the scent of clean air and the sight of the sun's rays illuminating the lush green of the forest ahead
  • then it hits me, feel already in a Japanese social gathering drinking saki after midnight... it's like a musical Carnival filled with improvisation,... Samurai Memories is one trippy piece of art, a very good Definition of the 70's Psychedelic. Between, It would be much more "influential" if he sang the whole album in Japanese as it holds beautiful expressions with a much better tuning, especially regarding his nice voice & the meaning of his lyrics, words,.. Still i think he wanted "his message" to reach different people including nonspeaking Japanese folks, so... it's beneath me x) // Doumo arigatou gozai'masu "Harumi".
  • rad
  • what a cool dude.
  • Harumi - 'Harumi' [ 1968] - Harumi was a Japanese residing in the US where he recorded and released this double LP. It's a record " psych with many native instruments " and vocals in both Japanese and English. The first LP is apparently soft psichedelia. The second contains only a track per side, reputedly " heavily introverted mystical Eastern hippie rambling ". - -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐ
  • really hope he suddenly appear this year :o

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