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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 U Roy Nora Dean This Station Rule The Nation Angle Lala 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 a 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 interest 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. Thanks everyone for the comments. Calison I'll post scans of Akira Ishikawa His Count Buffalos Get Up artwork as Akira Ishikawa His Count Buffalos Get Up as I get a new scanner.
But don't hold your breath…. Calisan The Seeds The Seeds work! Nener Akira Ishikawa His Count Buffalos Get Up heard of this man until today. Either that's one of the very best fusion albums ever made or I need to get out more. Post a Comment. Not the first time this has been seen in blogoville, but that's no reason to hold back. And not perhaps Dionisio Maio Dionisio Maio ultimate Count Buffalos — my vote has to go to the magnificent Side 1 of Electrum which you'll find hosted over at OIR.
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