sexta-feira, 16 de abril de 2010

Terumasa Hino Quartet - Alone, Alone and Alone (1967)

Long considered a jazz legend and Japan’s foremost trumpeter, Terumasa Hino has played with almost all the jazz heavyweights throughout the past half century, from Gil Evans and Elvin Jones to Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. Born in Tokyo in 1942, Hino made hgis professional debut at the tender age of thirteen, drawing his main inspiration from Freddie Hubbard and Miles Davis. This is the first album by Terumasa Hino as a leader. The title tune, "Alone, Alone and Alone" is very brilliant. He performs and has recorded this on countless occasions up to now.


01 - Alone, Alone And Alone (7:31)
02 - Soulful (10:31)
03 - Summertime (7:33)
04 - Downswing (3:16)
05 - Blunch (B-Lunch) (8:04)

Terumasa Hino - trumpet
Yuji Ohno - piano
Kunimitsu Inaba - bass
Motohiko Hino - drums

3 comentários:

Anónimo disse...


Moes Lake disse...

Ilove him! He's a beast! thanks for sharing!

gretels disse...

PLEASE re-up if you can.
thanks in advance from Hungary.