Saboten ‎– Floor Et Satie

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EM Records ‎– EM1114DLP
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered
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Sides A & B originally issued on Saboten (Floor Records FL-001). Recorded at Studio Dig in Tokyo in 1982. Produced by Eiichi Tsutaki and Saboten.

Side C originally issued on Let's Satie (Nippon Cassette Recorzing JCR-0009) in 1992.
C1 recorded in 1992; C1 (Improvisation) recorded at Yaneura in Shibuya, Tokyo on April 4, 1985; C3 recorded in 1982; C2 & C4 recorded at Waseda University on September 29, 1983; C5 recorded at Misty Music Studio in Ogikubo, Tokyo in 1981. All tracks produced by Saboten.

Tracks D1 & D2 were originally issued on the 7" EP Itsumo Aru (Immutably There)(Saboten SABO-001)(1984); D3 on Non Position (Inundow WC-023)(2002); D4 & D5 on Mezameru (Awake)(Sabot Records SABO-002)(1992).
D1 & D2 recorded at Studio 246 in December 1983; D3 recorded at Gok Studio, Tokyo in 1984; D4 & D5 recorded at Studio Parkside in 1992.

Issued under license for sides A & B from Floor/Nippon Cassette Recorzing; sides C & D by Saboten/Sabot Records
Sides A & B: © ℗ 1982 Floor Records
Sides C & D: © Saboten ℗ 2013 EM Records

Transferred from original cassette recordings at Sanwa Recording Studio, Osaka.
Hand-written titles on the front cover and copperplate print for Saboten lettering on the back cover by Satomi Matsumoto.
All photographs/images courtesy of Satomi Matsumoto/Saboten.

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soulchap

soulchap

July 24, 2013

I can recommend this compilation very highly to anyone with tastes that run to female-led post-punk outfits such as Raincoats, Au Pairs, Kleenex, etc. The Erik Satie material here is very much in their own style, rather than any sort of traditional performance of his work. The playing here is tighter than that of many of the aforementioned groups; these women are confident and capable of pushing the boundaries of Pop Music just that amount farther to make them essential, if late-coming to my attention, members of the Post-Punk canon.