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Dolphin Brothers

Drummer Steve Jansen and keyboardist Richard Barbieri of Japan released Worlds in a little Area through Virgin in 1986 as Jansen/Barbieri. From then on, they renamed themselves the Dolphin Brothers, issuing an LP entitled Capture the Fall in 1987. EPs preceded and implemented the mediocre record, which simplified Japan’s strategy and caught important flack for poor songwriting and Jansen’s vocals. Jansen and Barbieri would continue steadily to record with one another, including 1991’s Tales Across the Edges, 1994’s Starting to Melt (with fellow ex-Japan member Mick Karn), 1997’s Rock to Flesh, 1998’s Changing Hands (with Nobukazu Takemura), and 1999’s _Ism (once again with Karn).

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