domingo, 25 de abril de 2010

Terumasa Hino - Alone Together (1970)

Harmoniously noisy and musically upbuilding, this legendary session was recorded in New York at a time when jazz was travelling through new orientations, once again. It is certain that Alone Together reminds us of Miles Davis electric explorations, that had already begun in 1967 and would have reached its peak in the hermetic Bitches Brew session in 1969. However, it is incorrect to point out that influence as a creative dependency. Terumasa Hino - and his brand new quartet, which has important names such as Richard Davis, Harold Mabern and Steve Grossman (the later would replace, in the following years, Wayne Shorter in Milles Davis band) - plays so fiercly confident, yet in some ways, melancholically fiery that, at least, the first track must be acknowledged, to us all, as a musical mark and conquering.
by Miguel Patrício in Improvised Solo

Progressive Jazz

01. Introduction - Alone Together (17:59)
02. Satsuki (11:21)
03. Make Left (9:11)

Terumasa Hino - trumpet. flugelhorn
Steve Grossman - tenor sax, alto sax
Harold Mabern - piano, electric piano
Richard Davis - bass, electric bass
Motohiko Hino - drums

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