Guitarist Kazuo (Taj Mahal Travellers, Takayanagi's New Direction) in a CD/DVD release of his rock/electronic trio performing tracks by Annette Peacock, Monk, Porter, &c.
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DVD is NTSC; All Region
Catalog ID: dmf-124 / 125
Squidco Product Code: 10738
Format: CD & DVD
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Tracks 1-4, 6 & 9 were recorded on July 19, 2008 in front of an audience at GOK Sound L Studio, Tokyo. Tracks 5, 7-9 were recorded on August 25, 2008 at GOK Sound A & B Studio, Tokyo. Recorded mixed and mastered by Kondoh Yoshiaki.
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Disc 1 (CD)
1. Cartoon (Annette Peacock)
2. Nothing Ever Was, Anyway (A. Peacock)
3. Blood (2nd take / A. Peacock)
4. Sarabande (Johann Sebastian Bach)
5. Subconscious-Lee (Lee Konitz)
6. So In Love (Cole Porter)
7. Well You Needn't (Thelonious Monk)
8. Il n'y a pas d'amour heuereux (Georges Brassens)
9. Albert's Love Theme (A. Peacock)
Disc 2 (DVD)
1. Butterflies That I Feel Inside Me (A. Peacock)
2. Paroxysm (Imai kazuo)
3. AW-1 (K.Imai)
4. Il n'y a pas d'amour heuereux (Georges Brassens)
5. KK-1 (K. Imai)
6. Blood (1st take / A. Peacock)
7. Extra Movie
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"This trio was formed in July, 2005. I'm using a controllable instrument along with uncontrollable electronic sound devices that may make the music somewhat difficult to remain stable, yet its context of where I am now is the one that is similar to jazz. ーImai Kazuo, from linernotes
Imai Kazuo is the one and only graduate of Takayanagi Masayuki's private guitar school. He played with Kosugi Takehisa's "Taj Mahal Travellers" or Takayanagi's "New Direction", and what's more, he played with Lee Konitz, Arther Doyle, Irene Schweizer, Barre Phillips, and so on. He also organize "Marginal Consort" and "Imai Kazuo Trio" recently.
Ito Atsuhiro plays optron. He use a handmade fluorescent light as a instrument. He named it "optron". Optron strike the intense noise. He control it as feedback noise or low frequency. He was also a owner of the legendary art space called Off-Site. Off-Site familiarized "Onkyo" music as Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko-M, Sugimoto Taku, Nakamura Toshimaru, and so on.
Suzuki Manabu is actually a engineer of electronic instrument for artists but recently he plays his own handmade electronics. His handmade instrument is very interesting and exciting. The sound is strange and hypnotic, not any old noise, it's his style. He collaborate with various artist, musician and dancer."-Imai Kazuo
DVD is NTSC; All Region
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