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Midorikawa, Keiki: Complete Grune Revolution (Doubtmusic)

A much-needed and expanded reissue of this 1970s Offbeat label LP of cellist Midorikawa in duos with Masahiko Togashi, Masayuki Takayanagi and Masahiko Sato.
 

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Includes a 24 page booklet with text in English and Japanese.

Label: Doubtmusic
Catalog ID: dmhrp-129
Squidco Product Code: 11873

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2009
Country: Japan
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve
Recorded on January 16, 1976 at Nichi-futsu kaikan, Tokyo by Korjiro Tanaka;Concert produced by Teruto Soejima, Keiki Midorikawa; Concert called "Inspiration & Power vol.2" (January 13-17, 1976) produced by Teruto Soejima. CD re-mastered by Tsutomu Suto (Morgue-sha). Originally released on LP on the Offbeat label as ORLP-1012.


Personnel:

Keiki Midorikawa-cello, bass

Masahiko Togashi-percussion, drums

Masayuki Takayanagi-guitar

Masahiko Sato-piano

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track listing:


Disc 1:



1. Dichorragia nesimachus 39:55



Disc 2:



1. An die Prinzessin die aus dem Maulbeerbaum geboren wurde 20:03

2. Der Todeskampf am Maderospatsch 20:59
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"The original LP of this work was a duo with Takayanagi on A side and a duo with Sato on B side. But in the actual concert Midorikawa played a duo with Togashi about 40 minutes, and afterward he played a duo with Takayanagi and with Sato both about 20 minutes. The original LP didn't include the Togashi duo on, but Doubtmusic found a tape of Midorikawa - Togashi duo, and this 2CD set conveys all the performances that day as a complete version on a different tape, which was re-mastered, so the quality on this set is higher than the original LP.

Midorikawa's free improvisation that playing duo with each Togashi, Takayanagi, Sato is inventive and in consequence, each music is very beautiful. Those music are prime free-jazz that quietness and intensity seem like spindrift."-Doubtmusic


Includes a 24 page booklet with text in English and Japanese.

Artist Biographies:

"Masahiko Togashi (March 22, 1940, Tokyo - August 22, 2007, Kanagawa) was a Japanese jazz percussionist and composer.

Togashi grew up in a musical household; his father was a double-bassist in a swing jazz ensemble, and Togashi learned violin and drums, playing the latter in his father's band. He worked with Sadao Watanabe, Toshiko Akiyoshi, and Tony Scott in the 1950s, then founded the ensemble Jazz Academy in 1961 with Hideto Kanai, Masabumi Kikuchi, and Masayuki Takayanagi. He was an early free jazz leader in Japan, playing in this idiom with Yosuke Yamashita and performing with American musicians such as Ornette Coleman, Blue Mitchell, Lee Morgan, and Sonny Rollins on Japanese tours.

Togashi lost the use of his legs in an accident in 1969, and designed a new kit that would allow him to continue playing. Later associations included performing or recording with Paul Bley, Don Cherry, Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Haden, Steve Lacy, Gary Peacock, Masahiko Sato, and Yuji Takahashi."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masahiko_Togashi)
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"Masahiko Satoh (佐藤允彦 Satoh Masahiko, born 6 October 1941) is a Japanese jazz pianist, composer and arranger.

Satoh was born in Tokyo on 6 October 1941. His mother was Setsu and his father, who owned small businesses, was Yoshiaki Satoh. The house that his family moved into in 1944 contained a piano; Masahiko started playing it at the age of five. He began playing the piano professionally at the age of 17, "accompanying singers, magicians and strippers at a cabaret in the Ginza district".

By 1959 Satoh was playing in Georgie Kawaguchi's band, together with alto saxophonist Sadao Watanabe and tenor saxophonist Akira Miyazawa. Satoh graduated from Keio University.

At the age of 26, Satoh moved to the United States to study at the Berklee College of Music. He stayed for two years, during which he read about composing and arranging. He earned money working in a food shop and playing the piano in a hotel. In 1968 he wrote the music for, and conducted, a series of pieces that were combined with dance and performed in New York. After returning to Japan, he recorded Palladium, his first album as leader, and appeared on a Helen Merrill album.

In his early career in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Satoh played in a free, percussive style. Satoh played at the 1971 Berlin Jazz Festival as part of a trio; he used a then-unusual ring modulator to alter the sound. Also in the early 1970s, he recorded with Attila Zoller, Karl Berger, and Albert Mangelsdorff. He wrote the psychedelic music for the 1973 anime film Belladonna of Sadness.

Satoh has written arrangements for recordings led by, among others, Merrill, Kimiko Itoh, and Nancy Wilson. He also arranged for strings and quartet on Art Farmer's 1983 album Maiden Voyage.

In 1990 Satoh formed a large group, named Rantooga, that combined various forms of folk musics from around the world. In the early 1990s he composed music for a choir of 1,000 Buddhist monks. In the early 1990s he was reported as stating that 70% of his time was spent on arranging and composing, and the rest on playing and recording.

Satoh has composed for film, television and advertisements. For instance, he made the music of Kanashimi no Belladonna, a film in which the sound is very important ; all the songs of this movie are performed by his wife, Chinatsu Nakayama.

Some of his compositions are influenced by the space in the works of composer Toru Takemitsu. Satoh has also composed for traditional Japanese instruments, including the shakuhachi and biwa."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masahiko_Satoh)
12/13/2017

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