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Hasunosu - Takashi Ueno - Whats Ueno? (CD)

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  1. Jun 19,  · 8. Tr03 from Hasunosu Tr06 from Hasunosu Tr07 from Hasunosu Tr06 from Suigin Tr15 from New Glass
  2. Explore releases from Takashi Ueno at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Takashi Ueno at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Takashi Ueno of the Tennis Coats, known for his releases under the pseudonym Veno Tagashi, presents this challenging solo album, 'Hasunosu', under his surname Ueno. On this instrumental album, all the beautiful layers of sound were created by Ueno's use of electric guitar.
  4. Takashi Ueno: electric guitar. Mixed by Satoru Ono Mastered by Kazumi Namba Picture by Namaiki. Released in November
  5. View the profiles of professionals named "Takashi Ueno" on LinkedIn. There are 40+ professionals named "Takashi Ueno", who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and opportunities.
  6. Minna Miteru (A Compilation Of Japanese Indie Music) by Various Artists, released **In collaboration with Markus Acher’s Alien Transistor label, Morr Music presents a collection of hard-to-find Japanese independent music, compiled by Saya, who plays with Ueno Takashi in the iconic duo Tenniscoats. They are part of a current music scene, which is little known outside of Japan.
  7. Takashi Ueno plays 12 string acoustic guitar & Moog ring modulator. PRESS On Hasunosu “For an instrument that when presented solo often brings to mind a clutter of reference points, Ueno Takashi’s playing is stubbornly his own and (((hasunosu))) suggests we are hearing but the first offerings of an increasingly vital proponent of.
  8. Orginally released in Takashi Ueno's CD Sound Cannot Touch Air (Majikick, mkr2, ) () Originally released in Veno Tagashi's CD Two Things Always Happen Simultaneously (Majikick, mkr10, ) Originally released in Ueno's CD Hasunosu (vector/Headz, vector 9/HEADZ 85, ) ().
  9. May 20,  · Ueno sits in the center of Tokyo's traffic network, so it's a place where many people come and go. Because of that fact, the first and now-oldest park in Japan was created there. In that , square meter space, there are natural features like a large lake and a forest and also places where you can enjoy art like an art gallery and a museum.

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