Saxophonist Sakata Akira joins Hijokaidan for a roaring studio performance in their first CD recording after 8 years, and the first since their newest member, drummer Futoshi Okano, joined the group.
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Recorded at Gok Sound, Tokyo on July 28th, 2012 by Yoshiaki Kondoh.
Akira Sakata-alto saxophone
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"This CD is studio recording after 8 years from their "The Last Recording Album" and a first recording CD since Okano Futoshi (ds) joined HIJOKAIDAN. In this CD, especially, Sakata Akira blows intensely in all tunes. This 24 track analogue recording reveal their so-called meta-noise music. A tune all member play about 30 minutes, rare Junko (vo) and Sakata duo tune, INCAPACITANTS (T.Mikawa + Kosakai) + Sakata tune and Jojo Hiroshige + Junko + Okano + Sakata track are included on this CD."-Doubt Music
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"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. He played alto sax in a jazz band when at Hiroshima University. 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.
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 and Chikamorachi (Darin Gray and Chris Corsano)."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_Sakata)
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