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An amazing re-issue of three extremely rare and highly sought-after CDRs only made available during exhibitions curated by Ursula Block's Gelbe MUSIK shop & gallery in Berlin, Germany: Akio Suzuki: '75.6.30. Akio Suzuki: Suzuki-Type Glass Harmonica "De Koolmees". Akio Suzuki: Tanabata. Because it has since been discovered that one of the discs was given a title based on a mistaken performance date ('75.6.30) and another was copied from an incorrect audio master (Tanabata) in addition to the CDRs starting to become unplayable due to age plus other factors, this has made a CD re-issue all the more imperative. Akio Suzuki: cardboard box, cellulose tape, Glassine paper, Analapos Multiple System, 24 dinner plates, De Koolmees (Suzuki-type glass harmonica), koto, iwabue and token. '79.3.5 was recorded on March 5, 1979 during the Takehisa Kosugi & Akio Suzuki joint concert at Festival D'Automne To 1979.3.5", Cradle Hall, Aoyama Bell Commons, Tokyo. Ha Go Ro Mo was recorded by Junko Wada at Naru-Hill, Tango, Studio Hotarukago, June 25, 1996. Mixed by Hans Peter Kuhn. Tanabata: Track 1 was recorded indoors by Junko Wada at Gangoji, Tango, July 4, 1991, around 9 pm. Tracks 2, 3, 4 & 5 were recorded outdoors by Felix Hess at Miyama, Tango, July 7, 2000, around noon. Tracks 6 & 7 were recorded outdoors by Felix Hess at Hanareko, Amino, July 12, 2000, after sunset, around 8 pm. All tracks mastered by Felix Hess.