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Mick Karn - Titles (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Jun 28,  · 24 July - 4 January Mick Karn was a one-off and an all-round artist. He emigrated to the UK from Cyprus in the early s and met the three other founding members of Japan at Catford Boys' School in London.
  2. Nov 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mick Karn - Titles at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Mick Karn collection/5().
  3. Multi-instrumentalist Mick Karn's first album as a solo artist reveals the significant degree to which Japan's sound was shaped by his bass playing. The presence of Japan drummer Steve Jansen and keyboardist Richard Barbieri, combined with Karn's own singing style (which owes a heavy debt to former bandmate David Sylvian), only strengthens the impression that this is a Japan album in all but name.6/
  4. Karn played bass guitar and saxophone on Gary Numan's No.6 hit "She's Got Claws" and tracks on the song's parent No.3 hit album, Dance. [citation needed] In November , Karn released his first solo album, Titles, just as Japan had announced their split.
  5. Titles showcases Karn as a great avante-rock composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has a distinct Middle Eastern feel to his music which comes from his early upbringing; he was born in luwilsiewoodsderlent.tikateshilfcorcockhathouposttagerri.coily an instrumental album, with some guest vocals, including an appearance by ex-Japan bandmate David Sylvian, Titles is a challenging work with 4/5(14).
  6. Titles, an Album by Mick Karn. Released in November on Virgin (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop.
  7. First to put his head above the parapet was their legendary bassist Mick Karn. Quite what the media and public made of this album I can't remember but I'll always love it. Karn recorded nine tracks for this and they're all here. The first four are all instrumental and make up the 'A' side of the album /5(13).
  8. A great early 90's album from the late Mick Karn, who originally gained notoriety as the highly distinctive fretless bassist in the early 80's new wave band Japan. This album features Karn's various multi-instrumental abilities (he also plays keyboards and woodwinds throughout the record, and also sings), as well as featuring his Japan mates /5(5).

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