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Magical Power Mako (Makoto Kurita)

Magical Power Mako (Makoto Kurita)
Country
Japan
Profile
Makoto Kurita is an experimental Japanese musician active since the 70s, often using the name Magical Power Mako.
Website
http://www.netvibes.com/biohouse#General
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Releases on file (14)
Magical Power Mako — Cozmo Grosso Magical Power Mako — Cozmo Grosso
(Novel Sounds NSCD-0901, 2003, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Erotic Elohim Magical Power Mako — Erotic Elohim
(Kero Jetter KJX1001, 1998, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Bluedot Magical Power Mako — Bluedot
(Belle Antique 95131, 1995, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Cosmo Vision Magical Power Mako — Cosmo Vision
(Kero Jetter AZ95-0001, 1995, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Lo Pop Diamonds Magical Power Mako — Lo Pop Diamonds
(Belle Antique 95100, 1995, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Trance Resonance Magical Power Mako — Trance Resonance
(Belle Antique 9484, 1994, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Next Millennium Vibrations Magical Power Mako — Next Millennium Vibrations
(Kero Jetter AZ95-0002, 1993/1995, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Magical Computer Music Magical Power Mako — Magical Computer Music
(CBS 32DG 38, 1985, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Music from Heaven Magical Power Mako — Music from Heaven
(Belle Antique 9460, 1982/1994, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Welcome to the Earth Magical Power Mako — Welcome to the Earth
(Eastworld WTP-90099, 1981, LP)
Magical Power Mako — Jump Magical Power Mako — Jump
(Hagakure ISCP-1143, 1977/2003, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Hapmoniym 1972-1975 Magical Power Mako — Hapmoniym 1972-1975
(MIO MIO-001-005, 1975/2004, 5CD)
Magical Power Mako — Super Record Magical Power Mako — Super Record
(Hagakure ISCP-1142, 1975/2003, CD)
Magical Power Mako — Magical Power Magical Power Mako — Magical Power
(Hagakure ISCP-1141, 1973/2003, CD)

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