Reissue with the latest DSD remastering. Comes with liner notes. Guitarist Yoshiaki Masuo was only 22 years old when he recorded Winds of Barcelona, his first leader album, in 1969. He had been discovered by the Japanese jazz giant Sadao Watanabe, and had been a member of Watanabe's group for over a year. Masuo, and the fresh, new kind of jazz – sometimes referred to as "pop jazz" – was immensely popular at the time.
Since 2003, WOLFCHANT has opened successfully, to prove that the apocryphal "Metal Hammer" is not only in Scandinavia. Extreme metal mixed with timeless melodies, driving riffs followed by epic parts and aggressive screams coupled with chorale singing is what awaits the listener. "Call Of The Black Winds " the name of the new full length album - is more varied, sophisticated and demanding than ever before. Recorded and produced the shekel in Studio E, together with Markus Stock (Empyrium, The Vision Bleak).
After the amazing debut “Of… frost and war“ and the EP “Warsay rising“ Hail Of Bullets releases a new studio record. “On divine winds“ is a translation of the Japanese word “kamikaze“ and a statement of the band with regard to the musical direction. Take no prisoners! Only total destruction is planned. Highly recommended for those who enjoy any kind of Death Metal.
Winds of Change opened the psychedelic era in the history of Eric Burdon & the Animals -- although Burdon's drug experiences had taken a great leap forward months earlier with his first acid trip, and he and the group had generated some startlingly fresh-sounding singles in the intervening time, it was Winds of Change that plunged the group headfirst into the new music. The record was more or less divided into two distinctly different sides, the first more conceptual and ambitious psychedelic mood pieces and the second comprised of more conventionally structured songs, although even these were hard, mostly bluesy and blues-based rock, their jumping-off point closer to Jimi Hendrix than Sonny Boy Williamson.