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  1. 【ARTIST】:Blues Creation 【TITLE】:Blues Creation Demon Eleven Children Columbia AX Japan LP OBI 【LABEL】:Columbia 【FORMAT】:LP 【COVER】:E- (Excellent minus) S (Stain) 【VINYL】:E (Excellent) 【OBI STRIPE】:E- (Excellent minus) OS (OBI Stain) 【COMMENTS】 The pictures in this page show actual item which you will prorovabaresenranlobstarnifaran.coinfo date: May 25,
  2. Blues Creation ‎– Demon & Eleven Children Ultra heavy, psychedelic and bluesy hard–rock from Japan This is the second album by this wild sounding quartet, an album that stands as one of the best from Japan and is a heavy psychedelic worldwide classic.
  3. Blues Creation, Category: Artist, Albums: Demon & Eleven Children, Top Tracks: Atomic Bombs Away, Sorrow, Mississippi Mountain Blues, Demon & Eleven Children, Just I Was Born, Biography: Even by the flash-in-the-pan standards of Japan's turbulent late-‘60s/earlys post-Group Sounds psychedelic rock scene, Blues Creation seemed to come out of nowhere and head right back there again faster.
  4. Blues Creation - Demon and Eleven Children CD. Reissue of what is often considered one of the heaviest hard rock albums from early 70s Japan. Looking for Sabbath influenced heavyweight guitars? Do you like T2, Leafhound, Cactus? This is your stop. Kazuo Takeda was laying waste to his guitar strings here. Includes 4 bonus tracks. Track Listing.
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Demon & Eleven Children by Blues Creation (Vinyl, Nov) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  6. Nov 26,  · Provided to YouTube by Rebeat Digital GmbH Just I Was Born · Blues Creation Demon & Eleven Children ℗ Denon Released on: Composer: K. Takeda Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. With the new Blues Creation fronted by singer Hiromi Osawa, Kazuo Takeda recorded what has come to be regarded as his masterpiece in the form of Demon & Eleven Children, originally released in on Denon. This album was recorded at the Japan Folk Jamboree, and is a full-on gem of a record, but Takeda was now widely-known as a true Japanese.

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