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J Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1983 Vol 2

BBE

Formato: gatefold 3xLP + insert with obi-strip
Nº catál.: BBE 470CLP
Editado: 02 Sep 19
Género: Jazz
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Tracklist
Cara 1
1. Makoto Terashita Meets Harold Land - "Dragon Dance" (12:35)
2. Kohsuke Mine Quinte - "Daguri" (6:21)
Cara 2
1. Mabumi Yamaguchi Quartet - "Distant Thunder" (10:34)
2. Hideto Sasaki & Toshiyuki Sekine QuarteT + 1 - "Stop Over" (9:21)
Cara 3
1. Miyasaka + 5 - "Animals Garden" (10:26)
2. George Kawaguchi Big Four - "Vietnam" (4:31)
3. Hiroshi Matsumoto & Hideo Ishikawa Quartet - "Serenade To A Dimly Lit Street" (5:07)
Cara 4
1. Electro Keyboard Orchestra - "Mother Of The Future" (4:04)
2. Teru Sakamoto Trio - "Teru-Teru Bozu (Black Keys)" (6:25)
3. Toshiyuki Miyama & The New Herd - "Fallout" (with Masahiko Sato) (9:39)
Cara 5
1. Makoto Terashita - "Dai Hosaku (Great Harvest)" (11:21)
2. Takashi Miyasaka Quintet - "Straight Road" (8:28)
Cara 6
1. Nobuo Hara & His Sharps & Flats Orchestra - "Little Giant" (6:00)
2. Akira Miyazawa - "Brown Trout" (11:51)
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Review

BBE's second trawl through late 20th century deep Japanese jazz is every bit as eye opening and essential as its predecessor, which caused many hearts to flutter when it was released 18 months ago. From start to finish, we're treated to a righteous range of largely little-known tunes, from the spiraling, sun-kissed spirituality of Makoto Terashita Meets Harold Land's epic "Dragon Dance", and the funk-fuelled dancefloor jazz brilliance of Mabumi Yamaguchi Quartet's "Distant Thunder", to the smooth, snaking seductiveness of George Kawaguchi Big Four's "Vietnam" and the synthesizer jazz-funk insanity of Electro Keyboard Orchestra's "Mother Of The Future". A superb selection of genuinely off-kilter and life affirming Japanese gems that should be an essential purchase for both serious and casual jazz fans.

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