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In February 2005, Faton Cahen and Yochk'o Seffer (both ex Magma/Zao) made ​​a series of concerts in Japan (Tokyo), with Japanese musicians. During four evenings (from February 11 to 14), they played in different configurations different repertoire.
These recordings are extensive excerpts of these concerts.
All are soundboards.

If you'd like to see the complete programs of this series of concert in Japan, go HERE (and scroll down a bit)

11 February 2005

ETHNIC DUO
1. Atilla
2. Hathor
3. Fuji
4. Koborlo

Yochk'o Seffer (sax)
Faton Cahen (piano)

NEFFESH MUSIC
1. Magyar-Lo
2. Alpha Gamma (inédit)
3. Phase 2 (music F. Cahen)
4. Zun Zun Aruku (music Kyoko Toshimori)
5. Rayta Sound (inédit)
6. Zohar (ZAO tune)
7. Encore : Improvisation of Yochk'o and Kyoko

Yochk'o Seffer (sax)
Kyoko Toshimori (piano)
Kiyomi Sugiura (violin)
Shoko Oki (violin)
Yukiko Fukaya (viola)
Kaori Morita (cello)


12 February 2005

ERA with FATON CAHEN
1. Crawler-A
2. Steam Machine
3. Left Windows
4. Ripple
5. Arena

Akihisa Tsuboy (violin)
Natsuki Kido (guitar)
Faton Cahen (piano on 3, 4, 5)


13 February 2005

ETHNIC DUO
1. Osaka
2. Koborlo

Yochk'o Seffer (sax)
Faton Cahen (piano)

FATON CAHEN, YOCHK'O SEFFER and KOREKYOJIN
1. Arabesque (Korekyojin tune)
2. Betwixt (Korekyojin tune)
3. Ataturc (ZAO tune)
4. DAG (Neffesh Music tune, 1978)
5. Shardaz (ZAO tune)
6. Atart (ZAO tune)

Yochk'o Seffer (sax)
Faton Cahen (piano)
Tatsuya Yoshida (drums)
Natsuki Kido (guitar)
Mitsuru Nasuno (bass)

PART 1
PART 2
PART 3

In memory of Faton (RIP)
 

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Yes ! That's the one, the ultimate Seffer/Cahen bootleg !
I can never thank you enough for this. Zeuhl music is so rare on the internet, and bootlegs of this quality are even more rare.

Neffesh Music is very interesting. There are unreleased tunes in this set, no ?
Era was also a revelation to me, these Japanese know how to make acoustic instruments rock.
And finally, Korekyojin with Seffer and Cahen is a very surprising association. Great too, if maybe a little under-rehearsed. But what a great document !

Sound is excellent (soundboards, no doubt about it), and great artwork too.
Thank you SOOOO MUCH
 

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Very interesting stuff. Many thanks for posting. Any idea about the lineage, recording equipment, transfer, editing, etc.? Thanks in advance.
 
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