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Natsuki Kido

Natsuki Kido
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Japan
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Kido Natsuki (鬼怒無月) is a Japanese experimental/progressive guitarist. Born in Kanagawa in 1964. Member of many groups, including Bondage Fruit, Ewe, Warehouse, Coil, Pere-Furu, Era, Korekyojinn. Co-founder of the Maboroshi No Sekai label.
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http://mabo-kido.hp.infoseek.co.jp
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Releases on file (29)
Acid Mothers Temple with Natsuki Kido — 2010: A Space Ritual Acid Mothers Temple with Natsuki Kido — 2010: A Space Ritual
(Acid Mothers Temple AMTCD-02, 2011, CD)
Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums Korekyojinn with Tsuboy Akihisa — Doldrums
(Magaibutsu MGC-41, 2011, CD)
Korekyojinn — Tundra Korekyojinn — Tundra
(Skin Graft GR102CD, 2011, CD)
Korekyojinn — Swan Dive Korekyojinn — Swan Dive
(Magaibutsu MGCDV-02, 2009, CD+DVD)
Salle Gaveau — Strange Device Salle Gaveau — Strange Device
(Maboroshi MABO-025, 2008, CD)
Salle Gaveau — Alloy Salle Gaveau — Alloy
(Maboroshi MABO-023, 2007, CD)
Korekyojinn — Jackson Korekyojinn — Jackson
(Magaibutsu MGC-29, 2006, CD)
Bondage Fruit — VI Bondage Fruit — VI
(Maboroshi MABO-019, 2005, CD)
Korekyojinn — Isotope (AKA Live) Korekyojinn — Isotope (AKA Live)
(Tzadik TZ 7257, 2005, CD)
Korekyojinn — Arabesque Korekyojinn — Arabesque
(Magaibutsu MGC-23, 2004, CD)
Opabinia — Opabinia Opabinia — Opabinia
(Tutinoko TUTI-0005, 2003, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — V: Skin Bondage Fruit — V: Skin
(Maboroshi MABO-013, 2002, CD)
Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki — Pere-Furu Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki — Pere-Furu
(Maboroshi MABO-012, 2001, CD)
Natsuki Kido — Disco Space Baby! Natsuki Kido — Disco Space Baby!
(Acid Mothers Temple AMCD-015, 2000, CD)
Natsuki Kido — Guitar Solo Natsuki Kido — Guitar Solo
(Troubadour Café TRBR-0004, 2000, CD)
Field Katsui Kido Shimizu — Tokyo in F Field Katsui Kido Shimizu — Tokyo in F
(Sublingual SLR004, 2000, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — IV Bondage Fruit — IV
(Musea GA 8627.AR, 1999, CD)
Korekyojin — Korekyojin Korekyojin — Korekyojin
(Tzadik TZ 7223, 1999, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita
(P-Vine PCD-5804, 1999, CD)
Doctor Nerve — Every Screaming Ear Doctor Nerve — Every Screaming Ear
(Cuneiform Rune 88, 1997, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — III: Récit Bondage Fruit — III: Récit
(Maboroshi MABO-020, 1997/2005, CD)
Black Stage — Black Stage Black Stage — Black Stage
(Maboroshi MABO-005, 1996, CD)
Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit II
(Maboroshi MABO-006, 1996, CD)
Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples Various Artists — Maborishi No Sekai Samples
(Maboroshi MABO-001, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Neu Konservatiw Various Artists — Neu Konservatiw
(God Mountain GMCD-009, 1995, CD)
P.O.N. — P.O.N. P.O.N. — P.O.N.
(Double Trap CMDD 00001, 1995, CD)
Various Artists — Riddle of Lumen Various Artists — Riddle of Lumen
(F.M.N. Sound Factory FMC-001, 1995, CD)
Bondage Fruit  — Bondage Fruit Bondage Fruit — Bondage Fruit
(Maboroshi MABO-014, 1994/2002, CD)
Akihisa Tsuboy / Natsuki Kido — Era Akihisa Tsuboy / Natsuki Kido — Era
(*, 0, CD)

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