Satori Part 3 - Flower Travellin Band - Satori

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Label: Atlantic - K-4001A - P-8056A • Series: New Music Forever 1500 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock
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  1. Satori is an album released by Flower Travellin' Band in Canada. It featured tracks from the original Japanese release of Satori, Made In Japan, and an additional track only available on the Canadian single release of Satori. The songs featured from Satori were remixed and edited stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo: Heavy metal, progressive rock, hard rock.
  2. Nov 19,  · If you only ever hear one Flower Travellin Band album in you life, you'd be best advised to make it Satori, because this is the bands definitive vision. The entire album is one five part Doom Metal (Flower Travellin Band, along with Black Sabbath, and Pentagram invented the genre, in my opinion) song that just kills.
  3. Aug 07,  · i couldn't find this song separately, so i took the obligation to upload my favorite part of Satori, n'joy. FLOWER TRAVELLIN' BAND - Satori Part III TheKAM Loading.
  4. Oct 13,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Flower Travellin' Band - Satori at Discogs. Complete your Flower Travellin' Band collection/5().
  5. Apr 08,  · The Flower Travellin' Band's first musical outing, Challenge, was released in and was essentially a series of covers of Cream, Hendrix, Big Brother and Jefferson Airplane material. However, Satori appeared a year later and forever changed the way the group would be perceived, both in Japan and in the musical world at large/5(27).
  6. "Satori Part III" was later re-imagined into Flower Travellin' Band's staple song "Hiroshima", on their next album Made in Japan. The entirety of Satori was used as the music score for Takashi Miike 's film Deadly Outlaw: Rekka, which features Yuya Uchida and Joe Yamanaka as stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo: Heavy metal, psychedelic rock, hard rock.

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