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The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. The definitive live recording that captures the chaos and climax of jazz in Japan. Japan's jazz scene around 1970 is very interesting. The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. New music and values were born one after another, and chaos was reached, and up-and-coming musicians ran at a speed that shook off the meter. This album 'Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1/2' is famous as a live sound source that contains this appearance and enthusiasm. Shibuya Public Hall on April 30, 1970. The Three Musketeers of Jazz Rock such as Jiro Inagaki, Takeshi Inomata, and Akira Ishikawa have all stepped on the stage, free jazz musicians such as Mototeru Takagi and Itaru Oki have finally taken the stage, and musicians who support the mainstream such as Toshiyuki Miyama and Terumasa Hino have stepped 'beyond'. Led by the sound limited 'Mustache', which is said to be the deadliest jazz rock live recording, there are hot performances that make smoke rise. text by Yusuke Ogawa (UNIVERSOUNDS / DEEP JAZZ REALITY)LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/Wq1pLKyu61k&list=OLAK5uy_mX3lYfZ7E1UWobRNfMx-RJZe7AZYH6e8s&index=2Tracklist:Side A1. TWILIGHT IN NEMU / Toshiyuki Miyama and NEWHERD+Terumasa Hino2. MOOD / Itaru Oki TrioSide B1. TOKO / Terumasa Hino Quintet+George Otsuka2. FOUR UNITS / Mototeru Takagi TrioSide C1. BLUE SOUL / Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffaloes2. MIRA / Hiroshi Suzuki SextetSide D1. SCORE / Jiro Inagaki and Soul Media2. MUSTACHE / Takeshi Inomata and Sound Limited
The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. The definitive live recording that captures the chaos and climax of jazz in Japan. Japan's jazz scene around 1970 is very interesting. The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. New music and values were born one after another, and chaos was reached, and up-and-coming musicians ran at a speed that shook off the meter. This album 'Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1/2' is famous as a live sound source that contains this appearance and enthusiasm. Shibuya Public Hall on April 30, 1970. The Three Musketeers of Jazz Rock such as Jiro Inagaki, Takeshi Inomata, and Akira Ishikawa have all stepped on the stage, free jazz musicians such as Mototeru Takagi and Itaru Oki have finally taken the stage, and musicians who support the mainstream such as Toshiyuki Miyama and Terumasa Hino have stepped 'beyond'. Led by the sound limited 'Mustache', which is said to be the deadliest jazz rock live recording, there are hot performances that make smoke rise. text by Yusuke Ogawa (UNIVERSOUNDS / DEEP JAZZ REALITY)LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/Wq1pLKyu61k&list=OLAK5uy_mX3lYfZ7E1UWobRNfMx-RJZe7AZYH6e8s&index=2Tracklist:Side A1. TWILIGHT IN NEMU / Toshiyuki Miyama and NEWHERD+Terumasa Hino2. MOOD / Itaru Oki TrioSide B1. TOKO / Terumasa Hino Quintet+George Otsuka2. FOUR UNITS / Mototeru Takagi TrioSide C1. BLUE SOUL / Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffaloes2. MIRA / Hiroshi Suzuki SextetSide D1. SCORE / Jiro Inagaki and Soul Media2. MUSTACHE / Takeshi Inomata and Sound Limited
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Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1 & 2 / Various - Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1 & 2 / Various

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Format: Vinyl
Label: LAWSON ENT
Rel. Date: 08/30/2024
UPC: 4549767325637

Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1 & 2 / Various
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The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. The definitive live recording that captures the chaos and climax of jazz in Japan. Japan's jazz scene around 1970 is very interesting. The agony of hard bop, the rise of jazz-rock, and the emergence of free jazz. New music and values were born one after another, and chaos was reached, and up-and-coming musicians ran at a speed that shook off the meter. This album 'Sensational Jazz '70 Vol. 1/2' is famous as a live sound source that contains this appearance and enthusiasm. Shibuya Public Hall on April 30, 1970. The Three Musketeers of Jazz Rock such as Jiro Inagaki, Takeshi Inomata, and Akira Ishikawa have all stepped on the stage, free jazz musicians such as Mototeru Takagi and Itaru Oki have finally taken the stage, and musicians who support the mainstream such as Toshiyuki Miyama and Terumasa Hino have stepped 'beyond'. Led by the sound limited 'Mustache', which is said to be the deadliest jazz rock live recording, there are hot performances that make smoke rise. text by Yusuke Ogawa (UNIVERSOUNDS / DEEP JAZZ REALITY)LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/Wq1pLKyu61k&list=OLAK5uy_mX3lYfZ7E1UWobRNfMx-RJZe7AZYH6e8s&index=2Tracklist:Side A1. TWILIGHT IN NEMU / Toshiyuki Miyama and NEWHERD+Terumasa Hino2. MOOD / Itaru Oki TrioSide B1. TOKO / Terumasa Hino Quintet+George Otsuka2. FOUR UNITS / Mototeru Takagi TrioSide C1. BLUE SOUL / Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffaloes2. MIRA / Hiroshi Suzuki SextetSide D1. SCORE / Jiro Inagaki and Soul Media2. MUSTACHE / Takeshi Inomata and Sound Limited
        
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