Released in ,it was one of the very first fusion album recorded by country's artists and released in Japan. Sometimes described as "Miles Davis undone step" in reality it isn't that. Terumasa Hino started as mainstream jazz trumpeter and in switched from hard bop to more modern post-bop forming Hino-Kikuchi Quintet with pianist 33 13 Queen Volume One Kikuchi. Their debut,recorded same year,was released in only, and few month later Terumasa Hino releases "Hi-Nology" with same band,just with different pianist acoustic pianist Kikuchi has been changed with Hiromasa Suzuki on electric piano.
The concept of electric fusion was just in the air around, and Hino was obviously heavily influenced by Davis re-tuning his quintet for playing more advanced sound. But if Terumasa Hino Quintet Hi Nology very soon brewed jazz improvisation with psychedelic rock jamming,Terumasa stayed deeply rooted in mainstream jazz building his fusion on boppish basis. Miles concentrated his interest on textures against form, Hino demonstrates Terumasa Hino Quintet Hi Nology framed and structured songs in mainstream jazz tradition.
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