Miyama, Toshiyuki: Four Jazz Compositions: Based On Japanese Classical Themes

SKU: 43424450

Miyama, Toshiyuki: Four Jazz Compositions: Based On Japanese Classical Themes

SKU: 43424450

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Four Jazz Compositions: Based On Japanese Classical Themes
Artist: Miyama, Toshiyuki
Label: Universal Japan
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4988031566060
Genre: Jazz

Music written by genius composers Masahiko Sato (Mujou), Hiroshi Takami (Heian period prostitute), Norio Maeda (Soul), Kozaburo Yamaki (Sumo) on the theme of traditional Japanese culture. A masterpiece of Japanese jazz big band, where New Hard goes wild with free-jazz rock! ! (Koki Hanawa)In the 1990s, Japanese jazz gradually gained attention from enthusiasts. Around 2005, the coined word 'Japanese jazz' was coined, and Japanese jazz became a bit of a boom. In 2009, the release of the 'Wa Jazz Disc Guide (Koki Hanawa + Yusuke Ogawa)' became a big movement, and even now in 2023, when the Heisei era has changed to the Reiwa era, record collectors around the world continues to receive attention from Nearly 30 years after the wave of re-evaluation, Japanese jazz has become completely established as one of the subdivided music genres. The reason why it didn't end as a transient boom is that the more you dig into it, the more you recognize it's passionate musicality and the rarity of the original record. This series is a plan to enjoy such enchanting and magical Japanese jazz with original board specification artwork + high sound quality board. Into the swamp of further Japanese jazz! Supervisor: Koji Hanawa (JUDGMENT! RECORDS)TracklistSide A01. Ode to ignorance02. ShirabyoushiSide B01. #living spirit02. Chiaki Raku


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