Matsuo Ohno = 大野松雄 – Roots Of Electronic Sound

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Label:ALM Records – ALP-204


Used LP 1975

Disc:VG+ (good shape)

Jacket:VG+ (light wears, totally not bad condition, please check photos) w/obi(brown wears), insert, missing poster

"Astro Boy" is a science fiction manga work by Osamu Tezuka that is still loved around the world today. This work was produced in 1975 by sound designer Matsuo Ohno, who created the sound effects onomatopoeia such as footsteps and flying sounds when it was broadcast on TV from 1963 to 1966, as a medium rather than just a supporting role. Until then, there had been no animated films produced with a sound composition, and the impression left by Ohno's "sound" that compensated for the awkward motion images of the time seems to have remained vivid in people's memories. A historical work of Japanese electronic music that was improvised with images. You can listen to it as a sound effect piece, imagine the movements along with the narration, or let your imagination run wild wondering what kind of instruments are producing such sounds.

On December 19, 2022, he ended his life-long career as an artist. We sincerely pray for him.



A4 - Sound Of Atom

B Side Electronic Sound (アトムのB.G.M.)

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