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Oyauchi, Aishi : Wrong Exit (Armageddon Nova )

Under-recorded but legendary Japanese free improvising saxophonist Aishi Oyauchi in a double CD, performing on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and piano through 52 untitled and inventive pieces, from a few seconds in length to several minutes, presented as 7 composite tracks; part of the Armageddon Nova Series exploring radical free improvisation.
 

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Label: Armageddon Nova
Catalog ID: ANR2/3
Squidco Product Code: 25329

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Japan
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at Performing Art Center, Japan, on June 15th, 2015, by Yukiteru Asai.

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Under-recorded but legendary Japanese free improvising saxophonist Aishi Oyauchi in a double CD, performing on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and piano through 52 untitled and inventive pieces, from a few seconds in length to several minutes, presented as 7 composite tracks; part of the Armageddon Nova Series exploring radical free improvisation.


Artist Biographies

Aishi Oyauchi (大矢内愛史) is a free improvising alto saxophonist in the tradition of Kaoru Abe and who hails from the same first generation of Japanese free improvisers from the 1960s.

-Squidco 7/10/2024

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Track Listing:



CD1



1 (untitled) 18:52

2 (untitled) 18:56

CD2



1 (untitled) 16:10

2 (untitled) 8:53

3 (untitled) 9:38

4 (untitled) 5:38

5 (untitled) 6:23

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Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
Recordings by or featuring Reed & Wind Players
Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
Solo Artist Recordings

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