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Yoshimi Yokota (P-We)

Yoshimi Yokota (P-We)
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Yoshimi (横田 佳美) is a Japanese musician best known for her role as the longest consistent drummer in the Japanese rock band Boredoms, but she plays a variety of other instruments and has worked with many other artists, often under various nicknames. She leads the group OOIOO.
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YoshimiO / Susie Ibarra / Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe — Flower of Sulphur YoshimiO / Susie Ibarra / Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe — Flower of Sulphur
(Thrill Jockey Thrill 456, 2018, CD)
OOIOO — Gamel OOIOO — Gamel
(Thrill Jockey THRILL 371, 2014, 2LP)
OOIOO — Armonico Hewa OOIOO — Armonico Hewa
(Thrill Jockey thrill 222, 2009, CD)
Yoshimio — Bor Cozmik Yoshimio — Bor Cozmik
(Commons RZCM-46039, 2009, CD)
Mats Gustafsson & Yoshimi — Words on the Floor Mats Gustafsson & Yoshimi — Words on the Floor
(Smalltown Juperjazz STSJ114, 2007, CD)
OOIOO — Taiga OOIOO — Taiga
(Thrill Jockey thrill 161, 2006, CD)
OOIOO — Kila Kila Kila OOIOO — Kila Kila Kila
(Thrill Jockey thrill 117, 2004, CD)
Yoshimi and Yuka — Flower with No Color Yoshimi and Yuka — Flower with No Color
(Ipecac IPC-34, 2003, CD)
OOIOO — Gold and Green OOIOO — Gold and Green
(Thrill Jockey thrill 160, 2000/2005, CD)
OOIOO — Feather Float OOIOO — Feather Float
(Birdman Records BMR-031, 1999, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 7 Boredoms — Super Roots 7
(Very Friendly VF040CD, 1999/2007, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 8 Boredoms — Super Roots 8
(Very Friendly VF041CD, 1999/2006, CD)
Boredoms — Vision Creation Newsun Boredoms — Vision Creation Newsun
(Birdman BMR028, 1999/2001, CD)
Boredoms — Super Ae Boredoms — Super Ae
(Birdman BMR-019, 1998, CD)
OOIOO — ∞8∞ OOIOO — ∞8∞
(Kill Rock Stars KRS 317, 1997, CD)
Boredoms — Super Roots 6 Boredoms — Super Roots 6
(Very Friendly VF039CD, 1996/2007, CD)
Boredoms — Chocolate Synthesizer Boredoms — Chocolate Synthesizer
(Very Friendly VF007CD, 1994/2004, CD)
Boredoms — Pop Tatari Boredoms — Pop Tatari
(Very Friendly VF006CD, 1992/2004, CD)
Boredoms — Soul Discharge Boredoms — Soul Discharge
(Earthnoise EN-002, 1989/1994, CD)

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