It builds on the label's reissue of his 1987 LP, Subliminal, last year.
This is the second time the Japanese saxophonist and Mariah band leader's work has appeared on the label, which highlights obscure Japanese music. Last year, we saw Yasuaki Shimizu's 1987 LP Subliminal reissued with extended edits as (Re)Subliminal. Now comes the album he recorded in 1988, Dementos.
Dementos is one of a handful of Yasuaki Shimizu reissues over the last few years, following releases of the artist's 1982 album Kakashi, his 1987 album Music For Commercials and Mariah's 1983 LP Utakata No Hibi.
Listen to previews from Dementos.
01. Blue Suits
03. Madame Shriek
04. A Normal Day
05. Find No Word To Say
06. I'm Dying For Love
07. My Friend The Secretary
08. Anaconda Mon Amour
09. Soul De Rock
Dementos is out not on Japanism.