The late free improvising Japanese guiatarist Takayanagi Masayuki's free jazz trio with an Albert Ayler intent, formed in 1982 with Nobuyoshi Ino on bass and Hiroshi Yamazaki on drums, a pre-cursor to Takayanaki's Action Direct.
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Label: Jinya Disc
Catalog ID: B 29
Squidco Product Code: 21747
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded live at Yokohama Airegin on August 26, 1984 by Yasunori Saito. Remastered by Yukio Kojima.
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"ANGRY WAVES" is Takayanagi Masayuki's free jazz trio, formed in December, 1982 with Nobuyoshi Ino(bass) and Hiroshi Yamazaki(drums). The trio disslove in December, 1985 as in transition to Takayanagi's new solo musical performance called "Action Direct", kind of noise music. Only one vinyl was recorded and released independently as "ANGRY WAVES" called "850113" - in after years re-released as CD by Aketa's Disk. The new two discs ( ANGRY WAVES vol.1 and vol.2 ) are both unpublished materials, taken and mastered from Takayanagi's private stereo cassette tapes. So Takayanagi's music lover must view those performance as very valuable. Takayanagi's musical conception at "ANGRY WAVES" was an analysis of Albert Ayler music form. You probably understand Takayanagi's conception when you listen those CDs!"-Jinya DiscSee also Volume 2.
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"Nobuyoshi Ino (born March 26, 1950, Gunma) is a Japanese jazz double-bassist.
Ino began playing professionally in the early 1970s, and worked in that decade with Motohiko Hino, Terumasa Hino, Kosuke Mine, Akira Miyazawa, Masahiko Sato, Isao Suzuki, Hidefumi Toki, and Kazumi Watanabe. Early in the 1980s he played with Masayuki Takayanagi and Aki Takase, then formed a duo with Lester Bowie, performing from 1984 to 1988 (including on the 1985 album Duet). He also worked with Alex Schlippenbach and Sunny Murray in a trio setting and toured with Elvin Jones. He founded an ensemble called Four Sounds in 1989 which featured Kosuke Mine, Fumio Itabashi, and Hiroshi Murakami as sidemen. Later in his career he worked with Masahiko Togashi as well as with Aki Takase once more."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobuyoshi_Ino)
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