Fantastic Arrival (LP, Album). Fantastic Arrival (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap). BVCK-17045, 88697-29930-2. Fantastic Arrival (CD, Album, RE).
Fantastic Arrival 1979. SPACE CIRCUS Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). SPACE CIRCUS Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc). In fact, this wouldn't sound out of place a Steely Dan album or the soundtrack to Bosom Buddies. A somewhat bluesy, jazzy soundtrack feel to this one, very polished and clean just like Steely Dan and the guitar in the middle is reminiscent' of Skunk Baxter. The second side opens with the monster title track, a tour de force through funk, fusion, middle eastern raga, and everywhere in between.
A surprisingy unknown group from Osaka that released two albums in the 70's; SPACE CIRCUS was a quartet where the members on both albums were bassist Hajime OKANO, drummer Yoshikazu OGAWA and guitarist Yukinao SANO. Except switching keyboard players, between the two albums they also changed their sound as well, going from clasic fusion to giving a nod to space rock on the second album. Okano Hajime's guitar playing can also be very reminiscent of Andrew LATIMER, so SPACE CIRCUS can be recommended to fans of CAMEL and even DIXIE DREGS.
Artist: Space Circus. Album: Fantastic Arrival. Genre: Jazz Rock, Jazz Fusion. Format: MP3 CBR 320. Tracks: 01. Heavy Duty Space Dragon (Hajime Okano) - 5:43. 02. Demon Blast (Yoshikazu Ogawa, Yukinao Sano, Hajime Okano) - 5:48. 07. Fantastic Arrival (Yoshikazu Ogawa, Yukinao Sano, Hajime Okano, Takashi Toyoda) - 9:59. Yukinao Sano - guitars. Yoshikazu Ogawa - drums, percussion, timpani. - Takashi Toyoda - keyboards, violin.
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Electric Circus is the fifth studio album by rapper Common, released December 10, 2002 on the now-defunct MCA Records. The album was highly anticipated and praised by many critics for its ambitious vision. However, it was not as commercially successful as his previous album, Like Water for Chocolate, selling under 300,000 copies. An eclectic album, Electric Circus featured fusions of several genres such as hip hop, pop, rock, electronic, and neo soul.