quarta-feira, 27 de outubro de 2010

Terumasa Hino Quintet - Hino At Berlin Jazz Festival'71 (1971)

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. His musical references have been Freddie Hubbard and Miles Davis.
All the albums that Terumasa Hino has released in the 70's (starting with the legendary Hi Nology, 69) are highly recommended for lovers of spiritual jazz and koozmigroov.
“Hino at Berlin Jazz Festival ’71” is pure power. It was released by Victor Japan on 1971 and by Catalyst Records on 77. It includes four long tracks. The absence of keyboards gives prominence to the guitar player (Kiyoshi Sugimoto). Terumasa Hino is great, as always. The rest of the quintet is: Motohinko Hino (Terumasa brother) on drums, Yoshio Ikeda on bass and Takao Uematsu on tenor saxophone. Highly recommended! All killer No filler.


01 - Birth of Action (18:29)
02 - Cycle Circle (12:51)
03 - Ode to Workman (17:32)
04 - Alone, Alone and Alone (7:33)

Terumasa Hino - trumpet
Takao Uematsu - tenor sax
Kiyoshi Sugimoto - guitar
Yoshio Ikeda - bass
Motohiko Hino - drums

3 comentários:

Anónimo disse...


freebones disse...

this is awesome stuff. thanks a ton.

gretels disse...

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