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Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki & Tatsuro Yamashita - Pacific
Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki & Tatsuro Yamashita
Pacific
LP | 1978 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:1978 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Reuniting the best session musicians Japan had to offer to make an album that would evoke the atmospheres of South Pacific islands, the kind of places Japanese people spend their vacations in. Pacific (1978) is a treat to the ears; its theme of the southern Pacific ocean and its warm cerulean waters relax its listeners with a fusion of city pop, soft jazz, and that good old 1970’s funk while remaining surprisingly fully instrumental throughout all contributions from artists Haruomi Hosono, Shigeru Suzuki, and Tatsuro Yamashita. A true cult LP and an inspiration for a lot of, so called, “vaporware” music.
Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa & Masataka Matsutoya - The Aegean Sea
Haruomi Hosono, Takahiko Ishikawa & Masataka Matsutoya
The Aegean Sea
LP | 1979 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:1979 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
1979’s The Aegean Sea is somewhat of a companion piece to the previous year’s Pacific. A beautiful piece of Japanese smooth fusion-jazz with elements of traditional Greek music and Balearic grooves, it’s one of Hosono’s cleanest and most focused works to date. Long sought after by collectors this record is nearly impossible to find in original pressings outside of Japan and this is a welcome reissue of one of the greatest titles in Hosono’s seemingly infinite catalog. Essential Japanese jazz fusion.
Masahiko Togashi, Steve Lacy, Don Cherry & Dave Holland - Live At Yubin Chokin Kaikan Hall Tokyo 1986
Masahiko Togashi, Steve Lacy, Don Cherry & Dave Holland
Live At Yubin Chokin Kaikan Hall Tokyo 1986
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Victory)
15,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
For this historical concert held at the Yubin Chokin Hall, in Tokyo on May 14, 1986, the legendary Japanese drummer Masahiko Togashi brought
together an amazing lineup with such modern Jazz luminaries as Steve Lacy (soprano sax), Don Cherry (pocket trumpet), and Dave Holland
(bass). This particular album consists of four previously unpublished (on vinyl) tracks including some highly regarded Lacy's compositions
such as "The Crust" and "Quakes" and the Don Cherry's African flavoured anthem called "Mopti". The Lacy-Cherry frontline flies over the agile, airy rhythm section of Holland and Togashi and the interplay between the four master musicians sounds loose and relaxed. This is a a must-hear for any Post Free Jazz fan.
Silverstein - Discovering the waterfront
Grey Area - Fanbelt algebra
Silverstein - Shipwreck In The Sand
A Day To Remember - Homesick
Blood For Blood - Livin in exile
Silverstein - Decade (Live At The El Macambo)
Silverstein - 18 Candles: The Early Years
Tossers - Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
Awaken I Am - Beauty In Tragedy
Reverend Horton Heat - Whole New Life
Masahiko Satoh & Wolfgang Dauner - Pianology
Masahiko Satoh & Wolfgang Dauner
Pianology
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Victory)
16,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Masahiko Satoh’s fourth album is a duet with German pianist and composer Wolfgang Dauner. Dauner is one of very early European avant-garde jazz pianists, and he recorded the first free jazz album in Germany back in 1964. Dauner played with Eberhard Weber and Jean-Luc Ponty, and in the late 60s, he experimented with choral music. Being a passionate innovator and experimenter, in 1970 he discovered electronic devices and started using them in his music. He experimented with ring-modulated Hohner clavinets and pianos and recorded several albums for ECM. During his Japanese tour in spring 1971, he met one of the most advanced Japanese pianists of that time, Masahiko Satoh.

The five compositions on this album were recorded in Tokyo in March 1971, but were not released until that autumn. It’s interesting that a few months later, Masahiko Satoh will record and release his best known, and in some sense, legendary album “ Amalgamation” - an eclectic mix of musical genres and sounds, which was probably influenced by his earlier collaboration with Dauner.
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