Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR: The Shakuhachi Jazz of Minoru Muraoka

Now-Again | Apr. 3, 2012 | Picks |

The latest post in Egon’s NPR series Funk Archaeology investigates the hard-to-describe music that shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) jazzer Minoru Muraoka recorded in the psychedelic era of the late 60s and early 70s. And, offered as a free download below, the Cut Chemist edit of Muraoka’s masterpiece “The Positive & The Negative” which Egon refers to in his piece.

Link: The Shakuhachi Jazz of Minoru Muraoka – Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR
Download: Minoru Muraoka: “The Positive & The Negative (Cut Chemist Edit).”
More: Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR.