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Carmen Maki & OZ (CD)
Originally released 1969. Japanese hard-progressive rock From 1975. The lovely Carmen Maki was a popular female vocalist, sometimes being called a Japanese Janis Joplinalthough she's also been likened to Grace Slick and even to a female Robert Plant! After a string of solo records she did a fantastic heavy progressive rock title with Blues Creation (1971). A few years later Maki formed a new group named Oz, which recorded 4 titles, including a double live album. This excellent debut LP was released in January 1975 by Polydor Records and offered richly produced and very enjoyable combination of British-styled progressive rock tracks (sung in Japanese) similar to Barcley James Harvest and Pink Floyd, but also tightly arranged and quite powerful hard rock epics in Blues Creation and Deep Purple vein.
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Similar artists: 5 X
Type: CD
Recorded: 1975
Release Date: 2013-10-30
Label: Flawed Gems
Country: Euro
Item No: GEM102
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Track List
01 Rokugatsu No Uta
02 Asa No F?kei
03 Image Song
04 Ozen Ichiji No Sketch
05 Kin? Sakaba De Mita Onna
06 Watasi Wa Kaze
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