FAR OUT only released one album "日本人 (Nihonjin)" (which means Japanese people), but continued on afterwards as Far East Family Band and not only released four more albums but was where Masanori Takahashi or better known as Kitaro got his start, so in effect FAR OUT is a pretty important band in the historical development of Japanese. psychedelia and ambient music
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They recorded only one album, ‘Far Out (. I’ve seen a previous one listed in one place, ‘Mio’, but it might just be legend or a case of confusion. They also have some stuff on the various artists ‘Rock Age Concert’ – see below) It contains only 2 lengthy tracks ranging through a variety of moods. 1. Too Many People 2. Nihonjin 3. Birds Flying To The Cave 4. Saying To The Land 5. Moving, Looking, Trying, Jumping 6. Wa Wa 7. The Cave Down To The Earth 8. Four Minds 9. Transmigration.
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The LP to Nipponjin came with an insert showing all the musicians and their equipment (apparently taken from The Cave: Down to the Earth album). One of the early Japanese progressive bands, the Far East band played major outdoor concerts at the foot of Mt. Fuji and were heavily influenced by Pink Floyd, and attracted sizable european attention. This particular album was produced by Klaus Schulze of Tangerine Dream fame and is actually a remake of an earlier album, "The Cave Down to the Earth.