Friday, July 14, 2017

TERUMASA HINO – Wheel Stone - Live In Nemuro (East Wind / LP-1979)




Label: East Wind – 15PJ-1002
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: Japan / Released: 1979
Style: Avant-garde, Modal, Free Improvisation
Recorded live, April 8, 1975 at the Nemuro-Shi Kohmikan.
Design [Album Design] – Heyqlow Kobayashi
Album Director – Hiroshi Mitsuka, Nobuo Kondoh
Photography By [Back-Cover] – Masakatsu Sasaki
Photography By [Cover] – Fumio Tomita
Engineer – Masayoshi Ohkawa, Toshiaki Kanazawa
Executive-Producer – Toshinari Koinuma
Producer – Kiyoshi Itoh
Liner Notes – Shun-ichi Morita
Matrix / Runout (side A): EW-8065-A 15PJ-1002 - 1
Matrix / Runout (side B): EW-8065-B 15PJ-1002 - 2

A - Mocco .................................................................................................... 21:24
B - In The Darkness .................................................................................... 15:35

Written-By – Terumasa Hino

Personnel:
Terumasa Hino – trumpet, flugelhorn
Hideo Miyata – tenor saxophone
Fumio Itabashi – piano, electric piano
Kiyoshi Sugimoto – electric guitar
Tsutomu Okada – bass
Motohiko Hino – drums
Yuhji Imamura – percussion

A live recording that brought the legendary playing style of Terumasa Hino before he embarked on a national tour 1975. There are two original long tracks in front of us, rhythmic embodiment in the thrilling " Mokko" and "Into the Darkness," recorded in the " live -in-the- concert," format.



A searing performance from this brilliant Japanese trumpeter – working here at the height of his stretched-out, open-ended powers – but with a style that's a bit more inside than some of his work from the start of the 70s! Hino really shows himself to be a great leader here – working with a group that includes Hideo Miyata on tenor, Kiyoshi Sugimoto on guitar, and Fumio Itabashi on some especially great Fender Rhodes and piano – a wonderful player who really gives the album a solid grounding, which then allows the horn players to really soar! Hino's really finding his voice here – growing into one of the best trumpet talents of his generation – and this is his first volume of two, recorded at Nemuro-Shi Kohmikan.



If you find it, buy this album!

11 comments:

  1. TERUMASA HINO – Wheel Stone - Live In Nemuro (LP-1979)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC-96kHz+Artwork (261 MB)

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  2. great thanks vitko haven't heard this

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  3. Thank-you for all three!

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  4. Thank you very much

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  5. Thanks, Vitko! There's a Vol. 2 out there if you want to explore this session further.

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  6. very nice, thank you Vitko!!

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