The Air Music International :: Pass The Santa-Lucia Gate In Manila

Mid-80s Osaka, mutated, experimental pop. Self-pressed at 100 copies, The Air Music International's 1984 lp, Pass The Santa-Lucia Gate In Manila, is as mysterious as their members, whose credits show up nowhere else save for their only other release, “I’ve Never Had it So Good,” a 7” credited to slightly altered The Air Music International Reggae System. The project is the brainchild of horn-player, vocalist, and sound manipulator Tetsuji Kakuni, whose saxophone, suona, distorted vocals, and tape operation lurk across the record mischievously . . .

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