This is a legendary Japanese band, the first line-up included the known synthesizer player Kitaro. They sound quite unique (an Eastern sound) with echoes from Pink Floyd. The first album "The Cave Down To Earth" from '74 has a spacey and slight psychdelic sound (like early Pink Floyd) and contains ethnic elements which gives the music an original twist. Another fine album is "Nipponjin" ('75) with a keyboard version of Far Out's "Nihonjin" (Far Out was the precursor of FEFB). It's in the vein of the debut-album, the climates ranges from bombastic to more mellow. The album "Parallel World" was produced by the famous electronic pioneer Klaus Schulze.
The question could be whether this album is really that extraordinary. To answer that question before going into details: yes it is. Even if you already own Gentleman's studio albums, "Trodin On" and "Journey To Jah", this is a live album you want to own… I do recommend this disc to everyone, a must have, check "Gentleman's website" for more on this great artist and his releases.