GAP "Practical Concert" (special edition) 2CD+poster

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GAP is an improvisation group which was founded by Kiyohiko Sano, Masaru Soga and Masami Tada in the Mid 1970’s. Now, there are not so many people who could remember their name but since they performed a gig after 40 years in 2017, their unknown sound source was rediscovered by the world. From the early time, they played oscillators and synthesizers, adding to simple self-made instruments, and made a free improvisational performance which is comparable to Taj-Mahal Travellers. Especially for Tada who was under tutelage of Takehisa Kosugi, GAP was a missing-link which lead him from East Bionic Symphonia to Marginal Consort.

This edition is added original poster Katakata News (issue no.2 printed in 1978, A1 size) on regular 2CD "Practical Concert". Katakata News was a publication that reported on workshop activities at "Katakata Music Classroom", which GAP member organized for elementary school students. On July 16th, 1978, a workshop has been held at a youth culture center in Chiba and was featured in the second issue of the News published in September, 1978.

Unfortunately this poster is written in Japanese only, but a sheet of English explanation for the bulletin is added by OMEGA POINT. In paper bag, limited 50 copies.
(reference rate: US$48.0)

型番 Edition OMEGA POINT OPA-022 SP
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4,800円(税込)

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