Has anyone ever asked about the CD, Slapp Happy Live in Japan? You may be able to find a copy on Amazon.com (not on Amazon.co.jp, unfortunately).
Then, for those who might be interested in what sort of music a Japanese is listening to, my list (in the recent week):
Chicago; a bootleg live, maybe captured in '69, very early days.
Phish; a bootleg live at Lemonwheel Festival in 1998.
Miles Davis; Complete Jack Johnson Sessions.
George Harrison; All Things Must Pass and Cloud Nine
Robert Johnson; Complete Recordings.
King Crimson; Earthbound and USA
I ordered just now to Wayside Music a copy of Gary Windo's recent CD which is said to include some tunes with RW. Check www.waysidemusic.com
For a prog rock lover in west, I'd like to recommend "Yonin Bayashi," the best Japanese prog band in '70s, which name is "four-man band" in Japanese. If interested, why not try to access Amazon.co.jp for a copy, which HP also provides English pages.