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Album artwork for Satori Japanese Edition by Flower Travellin' Band

Released in 1971, this is the first album produced by a Japanese artist with the overseas market in mind. It was released simultaneously in the United States, Canada, and Japan, and in particular, the single "Satori Part 2" reached No. 8 in Canada. There is also an oriental thought trend in Europe and the United States, and the work is characterized by incorporating more oriental and Japanese sounds. Japan at this time was also a turning point from GS to folk, and there were still few people who accepted rock, but it continues to be supported by its advanced sound. Of course, it is very popular overseas and its name recognition is still undiminished. The jacket reproduces the original as much as possible with the W jacket, rock age band, and enclosed postcard.

Flower Travellin' Band

Satori Japanese Edition

Warner Music Japan
Album artwork for Album artwork for Satori Japanese Edition by Flower Travellin' Band by Satori Japanese Edition - Flower Travellin' Band
Album artwork for Satori Japanese Edition by Flower Travellin' Band
LP

£54.99

2nd Pressing

Black
Released 04/11/2022Catalogue Number

WQJL-125

Flower Travellin' Band

Satori Japanese Edition

Warner Music Japan
Album artwork for Album artwork for Satori Japanese Edition by Flower Travellin' Band by Satori Japanese Edition - Flower Travellin' Band
Album artwork for Satori Japanese Edition by Flower Travellin' Band
LP

£54.99

2nd Pressing

Black
Released 04/11/2022Catalogue Number

WQJL-125

Released in 1971, this is the first album produced by a Japanese artist with the overseas market in mind. It was released simultaneously in the United States, Canada, and Japan, and in particular, the single "Satori Part 2" reached No. 8 in Canada. There is also an oriental thought trend in Europe and the United States, and the work is characterized by incorporating more oriental and Japanese sounds. Japan at this time was also a turning point from GS to folk, and there were still few people who accepted rock, but it continues to be supported by its advanced sound. Of course, it is very popular overseas and its name recognition is still undiminished. The jacket reproduces the original as much as possible with the W jacket, rock age band, and enclosed postcard.