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Origin  Osaka, Japan
Role  Musician
Name  Kawabata Makoto

Years active  1978–present
Instruments  Guitar
Genres  Psychedelic rock
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Associated acts  Acid Mothers Temple, Mainliner
Albums  Private Tapes, Love Phase
Music groups  Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. (Since 1995)
Movies  Acid Mothers Temple: Acid Mothers Temple Festival: Vol. 5
Similar People  Tatsuya Yoshida, Anla Courtis, Jean Francois Pauvros, Richard Youngs, Mani Neumeier

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Kawabata Makoto (河端 一) is a Japanese musician and founding member of the band Acid Mothers Temple.

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Band history

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Kawabata is chiefly famous for his leadership of Acid Mothers Temple and its variants; however, he has also played in many other bands since the start of his career in the late 1970s. Some of these bands are:


  • Baroque Bordello
  • Toho Sara
  • Erochika
  • Tsurubami
  • Musica Transonic
  • Mainliner
  • Mothers of Invasion
  • Nishinihon
  • Floating Flower
  • Solo discography

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    In addition to the many records recorded with bands, Kawabata Makoto has an extensive solo discography. Major releases are:

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  • The 'Private Tapes' series (1999–2004)
  • Inui.1 (2000)
  • Inui.2 (2000)
  • I'm in Your Inner Most (2001)
  • Hosanna Mantra (2007)
  • Inui.4 (2007)
  • We're one-sided lovers each other's (2013- Bam Balam.records)
  • Musical philosophy

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    In 2000, Kawabata wrote "Music, for me, is neither something that I create, nor a form of self-expression. All kinds of sounds exist everywhere around us, and my performances solely consist of picking up these sounds, like a radio tuner, and playing them so that people can hear them."

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    "When I was a kid, I really loved Ritchie Blackmore - not so much the guitar style, just I liked his look, atmosphere, on the stage. Always, he stood on this side [right], also the stratocaster, and black clothes, and very aggressive [playing]. I really loved this image, so I wear just black. Also - easy to co-ordinate!"

    References

    Kawabata Makoto Wikipedia


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