Orient by Hiroshi Sato. Format – mp3. Download album for free and listen online on Myzcloud. Hiroshi Sato - Orient (1979). Songs in album Hiroshi Sato - Orient (1979).
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Hiroshi Sato's ultra rare synth masterpiece "Orient", originally released in 1979 on Kitty Records in Japan only is a mix of AOR, City Pop and Funk. 藤博 (Hiroshi Satō) - 11 - 1989 - Touch the Heart J-Pop Fantasia. 1988) Hiroshi Sato - Aqua (Full Album)Xerf Xpec. Electro Funk, Soul album released in 1984 by Hiroshi Sato 佐藤博 (Hiroshi Satō) - 05 - 1984 - Sailing Blaster J-Pop Fantasia
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Hiroshi Sato – Orient, 1979. Synth-funk exotica at its finest. Hiroshi Sato (sometimes Satoh ) seems to slip through the cracks, though he was arguably one of the most important Japanese keyboardists of his time. He played keyboards on almost every Tatsuro Yamashita record of the 70s and 80s, and contributed to much of Hosono’s solo work, including the beloved Cochin Moon. Unsurprisingly, Hosono makes some appearances here on bass. Sato died in Yokohama on October 24th, 2012.
Morning Mari ’s Album of the Week, 19 – 23 Feb Worldwide FM. Listen. Arguably one of the most important Japanese keyboardists of the era, Hiroshi Sato came to prominence playing with Happy En. iroshi sato, Orient. Every morning on Morning Mari, we play a track from our album of the week. Arguably one of the most important Japanese keyboardists of the era, Hiroshi Sato came to prominence playing with Happy End in the mid 1970s.
In stock now for same day shipping. In recent years, demand for vinyl copies of Japanese keyboardist Hiroshi Sato's 1979 jazz-funk classic Orient has rocketed. It remains a delightful set, full of fluid and ear-pleasing tracks that variously doff a cap to disco, Brazilian boogie, classic jazz-funk, low slung early electrofunk and the kind of woozy, laid-back soundscapes more associated with early '80s New Age and ambient sets.