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Jazz Hijokaidan

Made In Japan - Live At Shinjuku Pit Inn

Jazz Hijokaidan: Made In Japan - Live At Shinjuku Pit Inn (Doubtmusic)

Hijokaidan renamed themselves "Jazz Hijokaidan" for the addition of Sakata Akira and Toyozumi "Sabu" Yoshisaburo to the group, recording this blazing improvised performance live at Shinjuku Pit Inn.
 

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UPC: 4571222591462

Label: Doubtmusic
Catalog ID: dmf-146
Squidco Product Code: 16912

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2012
Country: Japan
Packaging: Digipack
Recorded live at Shinjuku Pit Inn, Tokyo on April 9th, 2012 by Yasuo Fujimura.


Personnel:

Jojo Hiroshide-guitar

T.Mikawa-electronics

Fumio Kosakai-electronics

Junko-voice

Akira Sakata-alto saxophone

Yoshisaburo "Sabu" Toyozumi-drums

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Backstroke Star 40:24




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Japanese & Asian Improv/Rock
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"This CD is live performance at Pit Inn, Shinjuku on April this year. Hijokaidan named themselves "JAZZ HIJOKAIDAN" with Sakata Akira (sax, cl) and Toyozumi "Sabu" Yoshisaburo (ds). This performance starts from the clamor of Jojo Hiroshide, leader of HIJOKAIDAN and their roaring sound unify with audience and rise up to heaven hypnotically. In their performance, Kosakai Fumio dived on to audience and did Germen suplex (with his instruments and table) but their roaring sound was continuing to have its intensity and beauty."-Doubt Music


Artist Biographies:

"Akira Sakata (坂田明; born 21 February 1945 in Kure, Hiroshima) is a Japanese free jazz saxophonist.

Sakata began studying music seriously at high school, where he played clarinet.[1] He played alto sax in a jazz band when at Hiroshima University.[1] He trained as a marine biologist.

Sakata joined the Yamashita Yosuke Trio from 1972 till 1979 and toured internationally with them. In 1986, he performed with Last Exit with Bill Laswell. This performance was released as 1987's Noise of Trouble: Last Exit Live in Tokyo. Laswell went on to play bass on and produce Sakata albums such as Mooko, Silent Plankton and Fisherman's.com, the last of which also featured the reclusive Pete Cosey (who had worked with Miles Davis) on guitar.[2]

In 1994, Sakata organized a one-month tour of Uzbekistan, Mongolia and China with the Flying Mijinko Band, consisting of 14 members from Japan, Africa and America. Some of those included were Laswell, Anton Fier and Foday Musa Suso.

He has more recently worked with DJ Krush[3] and Chikamorachi (Darin Gray and Chris Corsano)."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Sakata)
10/11/2017

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