Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Buki-Yamaz from 1975 to Live 1978 (new rip of first)









I think we all know this light fusion band from Denmark which again featured some Latin sounds added (as was the case with Tequila, or even Dopo Jam), a proper rip was requested for their first and accordingly is presented today; for me the best work was the second though, which had a bit of an edge in the compositional beauty dept.:





(The second track, called Rainflower.)

Note that Aske Bentzon, who played the flute so perfectly throughout these works, made a great solo album subsequently, called Badminton, check it out: it fits in nicely as a continuation of the oeuvre of this band.  Kasper Winding, the drummer of Buki, is his half-brother apparently.  Our old favourite Kenneth Knudsen (Anima, Coronarias Dans, Entrance, and Secret Oyster) played synths on the first album, but disappeared by the second.

Aske travels to paradise:






8 comments:


  1. 75

    mp3

    http://www96.zippyshare.com/v/jC1wiz8N/file.html

    lossless lovers

    http://www83.zippyshare.com/v/ka1BIYni/file.html



    76

    http://www97.zippyshare.com/v/NT6FJPsk/file.html



    78

    http://www82.zippyshare.com/v/eN5Y7ABh/file.html



    new upload of MIchael Gibbs Just Ahead by request:

    https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/qcz0qm



    new up of Springbalance Litfass by request:

    https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/vhhmpj

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  2. Thank you Julian you are awesome!

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  4. Thank you Julian, but the link of Mike gibbs seems to be corrupted (last track)

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  5. By the way.Staying with Danish jazz/fusion.I don't suppose you have Coma's second album Amoc,please.Mike

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    1. coma amoc
      https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/juqzjq

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