Label: Toshiba Records - TP-9537Z • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Quadraphonic Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Stage & Screen • Style: Big Band, Cool Jazz, Soundtrack
Discussion in ' Music Corner ' started by rcdupreMar 29, Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Location: West Virginia. The PSF discs are easy enough to find. Just scroll through the catalog and you'll find the Abe discs. They are very fast too and I ususally get my package in a week or so. The duo recordings with Takayanagi have been OOP for Hiromasa Suzuki - Love Theme From Th while so Bridge Over Troubled Water - Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffaloes a bit harder to get your hands on at a decent price.
You'll probably wanna start with Mass Projection. It doesn't include the obi card but what do you do? They should be pretty easy to find on Amazon and the like. I didn't check ebay but you might find better prices there. Good luck! Location: New London. MRTNov 20, Location: Tokyo, West-side Location: florida. Didnt even know it was on cd ,just heard wispers of the vinyl on the internets ,sells for like thousands of dollars.
Anyway it is awesome,female wordless vocals mixed in with some improv and such. Not one word of english thruout the cd,obi,booklet. I read somewhere Mashiko sato was involved. Would love to score a copy myself! Over the past few months I've gotten a bunch of rare stuff I've been on the hunt for including Akira Ishikawa's Get Up! Both of those are fantastic!
It's a great, funky bit of fusion featuring two guitarists and lots of wicked Fender Rhodes. It might Suicide Invoice - Hot Snakes - Thunder Down Under the best album of his that I own!
The title track is simply beautiful and the cover of Wayne Shorter's "Fall" with the wordless female vocalizing is gorgeous. If you dig the kozmigroov style of 70s jazz then this is a must-own! I know he was mentioned previously but I have to give it up for these fantastic albums by Teruo Nakamura: These three are among the best fusion albums I own! As much as I like Unicorn Bridge Over Troubled Water - Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffaloes might be even better. Rising Sun is a really solid effort and "The Cat" might be my pick for best track.
It's weird though cause Grossman has a version of this tune on Terra Firma called "Inmate Man" which was recorded at the same time as Rising Sun but is credited to him while "The Cat" is credited to Nakamura.
Damn that is one smoking album! Easily recommended if you like his other albums. Location: Central PA. DillydipperFeb 10, Location: Northeast. Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Has Hirosihi Fukumura released any other albums in the same vain? SanderMar 2, It's really great though! A favorite of mine featuring Fukumura is Sadao Watanabe's self-titled album from Really interesting bit of spiritual jazz. Those are all really great. You might also want to check out Kazumi Watanabe's fusion-funk band Kylyn.
They only released a few albums in the 70s which are both pretty good. They might be closer to what you're looking for. Location: Spain. Excellent thread. I'm a big fan of the Japanese jazz from the 70's. All the best from Barcelona Spain. SanderMar 23, Location: Earth. Many of my favorites are on the East Wind label:. Location: Moscow, Russia. I have just received and really enjoy this Jiro Inagaki album from The CD was released in December last year, and it sounds good!
Location: London. Not directly relevant to the title of this thread, but a book that might be an interesting read is called "Blue Nippon - authenticating jazz in Japan" by E. Taylor Atkins. It is Hiromasa Suzuki - Love Theme From Th rather academic book about the history and development of Jazz in Japan.
The last couple of chapters are about the jazz scene from the 's to the 90's. There is a short discography, but it is mainly of Bridge Over Troubled Water - Akira Ishikawa & Count Buffaloes if you want to understand Japanese attitudes towards jazz. Lloyd likes this. Yeah, Prism is awesome! There's one track on there, the third I believe, that just slays!
Sounds like something Santana would have played on the Lotus album! I recently got Eight Mile Road and I think it's even better! It features great saxophone from Sam Morrison and the tunes are a bit free-er than on Prism. The last track "El Diablo" is a smokin' workout! Really dig that one! I also picked up Juice but haven't had Cruise Control - Dream Theater - A Change Of Seasons chance to spin it yet.
The opening number is a long, avant-garde piece but the second track, "Fairy Rings", is where it's at! Some wicked electric piano on that tune. It's a shame they didn't record anything else. I had heard good things about it and almost purchased it last year but I slept on it too long and missed out.
Glad I have it now though! Some badass guitar on display here and a funky, psychedelic atmosphere. Way Metalucifer - Metalucifer - Heavy Metal Drill stuff! The opening track "Forbidden Ritual". You Wizard Projects - Sorcery From The Marshlands log in or sign up to reply here.
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