from a reissue of a 1978 album. Domori to Sanshu study 11 (excerpt).
Ikuro Takahashi (高橋幾郎 Takahashi Ikuro in Japanese) (born in 1957, Kamisunagawa, Hokkaido) is a drummer and percussionist based in Sapporo, also plays electronic and oscillators. He has been a central member of many groups from the Tokyo psychedelic underground from the early eighties. Some of the groups he has played with include Fushitsusha, High Rise, Kousokuya, Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Ché-SHIZU, Nagisa ni te, LSD March, Gu-N, and Akebonoizu, Tetsuya Umeda and Fumio Kosakai of Incapacitants
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Author: Ikuro Takahashi. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: Galleria Zarigania – none Type: CDr, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 2008 Category: Electronic Style: Experimental. Ikuro Takahashi - Domori To Sanshu MP3 version.
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Anoyo no dekigoto LP (Siwa, 2004). Domori to sanshu CD (Siwa, 2005). Kanashimino bishonen LP, w/ LSD March (HP Cycle, 2005). Shindara jigoku LP, w/ LSD March (Siwa, 2005). 1975-1977 LP, w/ Seishokki (Siwa, 2005). etcetera, issue 1, 1996.
Ikuro Hashizawa (橋沢 育朗 Hashizawa Ikurō), also known as Baoh, is the protagonist of Baoh: The Visitor. A teenager, Ikuro is kidnapped and transformed into the bioweapon "Baoh" by the Doress Laboratory. Ikuro is notable for being the only non-JoJo character featured in the 2013 fighting game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle. Ikuro is a teenage male of average height and medium build. He has full-bodied hair of medium tone.
Ikuro Takahashi (高橋 郁郎 Takahashi Ikurō, 1892–1981) was a Japanese botanist, specializing in citrus, who was hailed as the "father of citrus" especially in his native Shizuoka Prefecture. After graduating from the prefectural nōgakko (ja) or "agricultural college," he enrolled in the nship system established by the then-Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce, and learned his skills at the local state-run agricultural experiment station under the Horticultural Department.