Category: Classic Rock

  1. Tygotilar Reply
    Discogs: Vinyl, Outfit: Bass Solo 2½. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(4).
  2. Nenris Reply
    Japanese free jazz and free improvisation bassist/cellist. Born in Died September 12, Played with several straight jazz groups in the 's including the Yoshiya Jun Group and the Eiji Kitamura camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo with Elvin Jones at the Pit Inn in Tokyo in Began playing solo free jazz bass sets in the 's, as well as collaborating with many free musicians including Derek.
  3. Meztigal Reply
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Yoshizawa Motoharu* - Outfit: Bass Solo 2½ at Discogs. Complete your Yoshizawa Motoharu* collection/5(9).
  4. Damuro Reply
    吉沢元治 [Motoharu Yoshizawa] Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Avant-Folk Japan Motoharu Yoshizawa (吉沢元治) ( – September 12, ) was an influential Japanese bassist known for playing in a distinctive free jazz and free improvisation style, sometimes deploying electronics and using the unusual self-designed five-string bass he referred to as the "Tiritack".
  5. Moogulrajas Reply
    LP, Vinyl record album (Mono pressing with deep groove in the extravagant gatefold cover.) Motoharu Yoshizawa on electric five string bass, and Kim Dae Hwan on percussion! with Joseph Bowie and Charles Bobo Shaw – and "Lonely Blacks" is a somber solo sax piece. LP, Vinyl record album (Cover has a cutout notch, ring & edge wear, a.
  6. Arashihn Reply
    Apr 16,  · Keiji Haino / Kan Mikami / Motoharu Yoshizawa and a committed solo performer – is coupled with an utterly unique way of fusing his myriad influences (medieval music, Blue Cheer, the blues) into an entirely new camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo was in heavy company here, with free jazz bass player Motoharu Yoshizawa, and legendary folk singer Kan Mikami, whose.
  7. Zuzilkree Reply
    Merzak Mouthana – drums, percussion Quietly gorgeous French jazzy prog vinyl made up of three long (dark, anxious, yet rhythmic and beautiful) tracks, often focused around the wistful cello work of Jean-Francois Capon (cello), whose devastating outfit Baroque Jazz Trio recently had their one eponymous album reissued, and his colleagues Didier Levallet (contrabass) and Armand Lemal (percussion).
  8. Faunris Reply
    The Three Sounds pull away from the curb in a sweet sports car – a great cover image that really sets the tone for the entire record! The album's the epitome of early 60s class and cool that the group had to offer – as they effortlessly mix soulful groovers with mellower, more introspective pieces – all delivered by the godlike hands of Gene Harris on acoustic piano – already a giant.
  9. Tejinn Reply
    _1 Catapilla's second album is probably better-remembered for its gatefold cover -- a bug-headed lettuce leaf which opens to reveal a fat, juicy maggot -- than for its contents. Delve in deeper than that, though, and the music is even more striking. A magnificent LP, Changes offered an absolute shift away from the grinding Armageddon of Catapilla's debut, with the opening "Reflections.