Usagi No Dance - Dedicated To Pepi - Yosuke Yamashita Trio - Sunayama (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sunayama, recorded at Victor Studio, Tokyo (june ) featured standard Yamashita trio: piano – Yosuke Yamashita, alto saxophone – Akira Sakata and drums – Shohta Koyama with: tenor saxophone – Yasuaki Shimizu, two trumpets – Hitoshi Okano and Kenji Nakazawa, trombone – Shigeharu Mukai and guitar – Kiyoshi Sugimoto on track B1.
  2. Yamashita's second piano trio with sax player Akira Sakata caught live in The music owns much to Cecil Taylor's advances from the previous decade but the trio have their own thing. Clearly not a professional recording, the liners indicate is was recorded to cassette.3/5(2).
  3. One of the earliest albums ever from Japanese pianist Yosuke Yamashita – and a set that already has him completely on fire, and well into the legacy of music that would continue for years to come! Yamashita is incredible here – almost a Japanese answer to the freedoms of Cecil Taylor, but born of more Monkish origins – as Yosuke throws out these blistering waves of angular.
  4. Sunayama Usagi No Dance - Dedicated To Pepi Anomachi Konomachi Yosuke Yamashita – piano Akira Sakata – alto saxophone Shohta Koyama – druma, percussion with Yasuaki Shimizu – tenor saxophone Hitoshi Okano – trumpet Kenji Nakazawa – trumpet Shigeharu Mukai – trombone Kiyoshi Sugimoto – guitar (track B1).
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  6. Discogs: Vinyl, Sunayama. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。4/5(10).
  7. One might say the same about other jazz-inclined countries (those of northern Europe, for instance, having developed particularly robust scenes), but those countries have to do without enlivenment by "only in Japan" moments like the one we have above: jazz pianist Yōsuke Yamashita, acclaimed on both sides of the Pacific, playing piano on the.
  8. Oct 28,  · Yamashita formed a bassless trio in ; his Bill Evans-influenced style expanded to include free jazz, a rather radical step given the conservatism of the Japanese jazz scene at the time. Beginning in the '70s, his trio toured widely and played many major European events, including the Berlin and Montreux jazz festivals.

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