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A few years after Susumu Yokota's 2015 passing, former collaborator Mark Beazley of Rothko discovered a DAT tape containing unreleased material by Yokota as well as early, unfinished versions of pieces from his 2002 album The Boy and the Tree. Beazley gave the recordings to Jon Tye of Lo Recordings, who released several of Yokota's later albums, and Tye faithfully completed the tracks, titling many of them after quotes from philosopher Alan Watts' book Cloud-hidden, Whereabouts Unknown. Many elements of these cuts will be familiar to anyone who's listened to The Boy and the Tree, including the cascading melody of "Ama and the Mountain" or "Spectrum of Love"'s wheezing harmonium loop, so it ends up resembling more of a remix album than a lost treasure. It isn't particularly better or worse than the album in question, it just seems to approach the same ideas from a different angle. In any case, the release contains ten pieces that generally consist of hypnotically looped samples of acoustic instruments, possibly including singing bowls, wooden flutes, and dulcimers. The tracks aren't heavy or chaotic, but they can still be quite densely layered, and they seem a bit too surreal and disorienting for relaxation purposes. Plenty of it is gorgeous and trippy, including the whirling, quizzical "The Reality of Incarnation" and the beachfront wash of "Direct Transmission." ~ Paul Simpson

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Spectrum of Love 00:05:13

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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Implications of Karma 00:03:32

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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The Reality of Reincarnation 00:04:25

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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Ama and the Mountain 00:03:03

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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The Future Of Ecstasy 00:04:46

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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The Seven Secret Sayings of God 00:03:37

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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Flowing with the Tao 00:03:03

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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Incantation of the Stars 00:05:14

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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The Art of Contemplation 00:04:27

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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Direct Transmission 00:04:09

Susumu Yokota, Composer, Artist, MainArtist - Jon Tye, Producer, Mixer - Hub 100 Publishing, MusicPublisher

2019 Lo Recordings 2019 Lo Recordings

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A few years after Susumu Yokota's 2015 passing, former collaborator Mark Beazley of Rothko discovered a DAT tape containing unreleased material by Yokota as well as early, unfinished versions of pieces from his 2002 album The Boy and the Tree. Beazley gave the recordings to Jon Tye of Lo Recordings, who released several of Yokota's later albums, and Tye faithfully completed the tracks, titling many of them after quotes from philosopher Alan Watts' book Cloud-hidden, Whereabouts Unknown. Many elements of these cuts will be familiar to anyone who's listened to The Boy and the Tree, including the cascading melody of "Ama and the Mountain" or "Spectrum of Love"'s wheezing harmonium loop, so it ends up resembling more of a remix album than a lost treasure. It isn't particularly better or worse than the album in question, it just seems to approach the same ideas from a different angle. In any case, the release contains ten pieces that generally consist of hypnotically looped samples of acoustic instruments, possibly including singing bowls, wooden flutes, and dulcimers. The tracks aren't heavy or chaotic, but they can still be quite densely layered, and they seem a bit too surreal and disorienting for relaxation purposes. Plenty of it is gorgeous and trippy, including the whirling, quizzical "The Reality of Incarnation" and the beachfront wash of "Direct Transmission." ~ Paul Simpson

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