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Fujii, Satoko Orchestra Tokyo: Kikoeru, Tribute to Masaya Kimura

Label: Libra
Product Code: 26765
Catalog Code: 215-055
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Toyozumi, Sabu / Rick Countryman / Simon Tan: Preludes And Prepositions

Label: ChapChap Records
Product Code: 26642
Catalog Code: CPCD-013
Country: Japan
 
Price: $13.95



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Three extended free improvisations recorded in 2017 in Cubao Quezon City from the trio of Rick Countryman on alto saxophone, Simon Tan on acoustic bass, and Japense first generation free improviser Sabu Toyozumi on drums & Erhu (a 2-stringed Chinese instrument), as the trio take their listeners on a marathon session of inspired and playing.


Fujii, Satoko : Diary 2005-2015 [Scorebook]

Label: Libra
Product Code: 26620
Catalog Code: Libra 201-053/054-SCORE
Country: Japan
 
Price: $39.95



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A book of scores to accompany the double CD of 56 Satoko Fujii compostions titled "Diary 2005-2015", performed by respected classical pianist and educator Yuko Yamaoka, released as part of Satoko Fujii's ambitious 60th birthday monthly album set.


Fujii, Satoko / Yuko Yamaoka: Diary 2005-2015: Tuko Yamaoka plays the music of Satoko Fujii [2 CDs]

Label: Libra
Product Code: 26616
Catalog Code: Libra 201-053/054
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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A double CD of Satoko Fujii compositions, 56 short compositions from a series she started around 2005 to expand her skills as a composer, many of which fueled her many band's repertoires; in 2018 she asked respected classical pianist and educator Yuko Yamaoka to record this set of compositions as part of her 60th birthday monthly album set.


Amu (Fujii / Tamura / Itani / Wildenhahn): Weave [CD & DVD]

Label: Libra
Product Code: 26615
Catalog Code: Libra 204-051/052
Country: Japan
 
Price: $22.95



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Mizuki Wildenhahn adds an unusual percussive instrument through dance to the multi-arts Amu quartet of Wildenhahn, trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, pianist Satoko Fujii, and percussionist Takashi Itani, heard on the CD and seen on the DVD of this 2-disc set of their unorthodox and absorbing live performance at Kanagawa Prefectural Lake Sagami-ko Exchange Center in 2018.


Mochizuki, Harutaka : Through The Glass [CASSETTE]

Label: Armageddon Nova
Product Code: 26538
Catalog Code: AN-R 5CT
Country: Japan
 
Price: $12.95



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Multi-instrumentalist improviser Harutaka Mochizuki releases this solo album performing on saxophone, performing two extended improvisations that explore the instrument as a whole, producing unusual sounds from the physical and mechanical aspects of the horn alongside more traditional playing, using an expanded range of dynamics to build tension and interest.


Bucher / Countryman (w/ Simon Tan / Isla Antinero): Extremely Live in Manila

Label: ChapChap Records
Product Code: 26415
Catalog Code: CPCD-014
Country: Japan
 
Price: $9.95



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A live concert in Quezon City from the Manila based duo of Rich Countryman on alto saxophone and Swiss drummer Christian Bucher, who are joined on one track by acoustic bassist Simon Tan and trombonist Isla Antinero.


Machida, Yoshio: Music From The SYNTHI

Label: Baskaru
Product Code: 26351
Catalog Code: karu:29
Country: Japan
 
Price: $13.95



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The SYNTHI AKS was developed by Electronic Music Studios in 1971, a portable modular synthesizer that used no keys, instead a generative music machine with a matrix patch panel allowing great flexibility in modulation, reverb, effect like delay, and glitch, here in 13 pieces composed by Yoshio Machida layering patterns developed on the SYNTHI.


Walk With The Penguin: Charm [Used Item]

Label: Amorfon
Product Code: 26286
Catalog Code: amorfon017
Country: Japan
 
Price: $6.95



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Japanese steelpan player Yoshio Machida leads this pan-national pop band in their second album, blending electronics and popular forms of music referencing and using electronic and acoustic rock, funk, synthpop, and spoken word, with the majority of the band Serbian artists, and guest musicians including Tatsuhisa Yamamoto (Jim O'Rourke), Paranel, and Misha.


Mahobin (Fujii / Anker / Tamura / Mori): Live at Big Apple in Kobe

Label: Libra
Product Code: 26230
Catalog Code: 204-050
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Continuing the celebration of pianist Satoko Fujii's 60th birtday by releasing one CD each month, this quartet brings an excellent set of electroacoustic improvisation to the collection in a quartet with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, New York saxophonist Lotte Anker, and New York electronic artist and former DNA drummer Ikue Mori, performing live at Tokyo's Big Apple in 2018.


Guionnet, Jean-Luc / Seijiro Murayama: Idiophonic

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 26168
Catalog Code: ftarri-985
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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The 4th album from Japanese percussionist Seijiro Murayama and Parisian Jean Luc Guionnet, typically a saxophonist but here on pipe organ, presenting three live improvisations named for idiophones, instruments that creates sound by vibrating without the use of strings or membranes, with two improvisations at a church in Berlin and one at a church in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Sugimoto, Taku / Stefan Thut: Taku Sugimoto / Stefan Thut

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 26167
Catalog Code: ftarri-984
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Two performers related by Wandelweiser--guitarist Taku Sugimoto and cellist Stefan Thut--met at oslo10 in Switzerland to perform two concerts with one composition from each: Stefan Thut uses chance operations changing the music's direction at the prompt of rolled dice; Sugimoto use sustained notes and ebow in a subtle but effective sound work.


Imai, Kazuo / Roger Turner: Molecules [2 CDs]

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 26166
Catalog Code: ftarri-983
Country: Japan
 
Price: $17.95



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Caught live at Bar Isshee in Tokyo, Japan in 2017, the duo of Kazuo Imai (nylon string guitar) and Roger Turner (snare drum, tom tom, cymbals, metal & wood) present two distinct sets, each one on a separate CD, the first using open but continuous playing of great control and precision, the second a more unpredictable and assertive set of unorthodox interplay.


Toyozumi, Sabu / Rick Countryman / Simon Tan: The Center of Contradiction

Label: ChapChap Records
Product Code: 26154
Catalog Code: CPCD-012
Country: Japan
 
Price: $13.95



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A live recording from Quezon City, Philippines of the free improvising trio of Sabu Toyozumi on drums, Rick Countryman on alto saxophone, and Simon Tan on acoustic bass, bring the first generation Japanese free improviser together with some of the Philippines' brightest free players for two extended improvisations of lyrical excursions and solid and often surprising rhythmic response.


This Is It! (Satoko Fujii / Natsuki Tamura / Takashi Itani): 1538

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25869
Catalog Code: 203-049
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Part of pianist Satoko Fujii's "Kanreki" (60th Birthday) tour and monthly album release, the "This Is It!" Trio with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and drummer/percussionist Takashi Itani is heard at Koendori Classics, in Tokyo, Japan, in January 2018, for an incredible album of Fujii's compositions that include quirky asides in coherent and effusive playing.


de Waard, Frans / Takuji Naka / Tim Olive: False Mercury

Label: 845 Audio
Product Code: 25824
Catalog Code: 845-8
Country: Japan
 
Price: $12.95



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The titles places this unearthly experimental improvisation into the solar system, exactly where the blend of electronics, tapes, contact mics, spring, tubing, pickups and synth demand that the unusual soundscapes from the trio of Frans de Waard, Takuji Naka, and Tim Olive belong, in an alien dialog of interplanetary psychedelia using mutated and mesmerizing sound.


Sangtae, Jin / Tim Olive: naar/voor

Label: 845 Audio
Product Code: 25823
Catalog Code: 845-7
Country: Japan
 
Price: $12.95



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Recording in Kobe, Japan in 2014, the duo of Jin Sangtae, organizer of Seoul's long-running dotolim concert series and who gainfully employs cast-off computer hard drives as sound sources, and Tim Olive, who uses electro-magnetic pickups to give voice to consumer/post-consumer objects, for three tracks of recycled and unorthodox sound.


Kira Kira (Tamura / Spence / Fujii / Takemura): Bright Force

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25688
Catalog Code: 204-048
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Since 2007 Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii and Australian keyboardist Alister Spence have collaborated on performance and recording in several configurations, including work with Tony Buck, Raymond McDonald, Jim O'Rourke, &c.; this energetic and otherworldly quartet session with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura and drummer Ittetsu Takemura was recored live Knuttel House, in Tokyo, 2017.


Fujii, Satoko: Ninety-Nine Years

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25687
Catalog Code: 211-047
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Composer-pianist Satoko Fujii's new Orchestra Berlin, a ten-piece ensemble, presents a powerful work written specifically for this group in thought-provoking compositions of and uninhibited energy, with performers including saxophonists Gebhard Ullmann, Paulina Owczarek & Matthias Schubert, trombonist Matthias Muller, bassist Jan Roder, and drummers Peter Orins and Michael Griener.


Akiyama, Tetuzi / Magnus Granberg / Henrik Olsson: Whose Words?

Label: Ftarri / Meenna
Product Code: 25516
Catalog Code: meenna-983
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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A surprising joining of improvisers and composers from Japanese acoustic guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama playing with Swedish composers and performers, Magnus Granberg on clarinet and Henrik Olsson on percussion and electronics, the latter two part of the chamber ensemble Skogen, for five works of profound calm and center through slow harmonics weaving beautiful aural statements.


International Nothing, The: In Doubt We Trust

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 25467
Catalog Code: ftarri-216
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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The duo project of Berlin-based clarinetists Kai Fagaschinski and Michal Thieke, (Magic I.D., Christof Kurzmann, Splitter Ochester) in their 5th album of timbre-rich, harmonically fascinating and slowly evolving reed interactions, returning to their core duo after their previous quartet album, here presenting a large rich and beautifully weaving work.


Oyauchi, Aishi : Hidden Though It Is Difficult

Label: Armageddon Nova
Product Code: 25420
Catalog Code: AN-R 4
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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Aishi Oyauchi is a free improvising alto saxophonist in the tradition of Kaoru Abe and who hails from the same first generation of Japanese free improvisers from the 1960s; this album finds him performing on alto and soprano sax at Performing Art Center, using space and abrupt diversions alongside unusual tone and technique with percussive asides.


Mochizuki, Harutaka : Through The Glass

Label: Armageddon Nova
Product Code: 25419
Catalog Code: AN-R 5
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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Multi-instrumentalist improviser Harutaka Mochizuki releases this solo album performing on saxophone, performing two extended improvisations that explore the instrument as a whole, producing unusual sounds from the physical and mechanical aspects of the horn alongside more traditional playing, using an expanded range of dynamics to build tension and interest.


Kaze (Fujii / Tamura / Pruvost / Orins): Atody Man

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25413
Catalog Code: Circum Libra 204
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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The fifth album from the French and Japanese quartet Kaze, initiated by drummer Pter Orins, with two trumpeters--Christian Pruvost and Natsuki Tamura--and pianist Satoko Fujii, all using extended and unusual techniques as they perform innovative compositions from Fujii, Orins, and Tamura with a balance of serious and playful approaches; brilliant.


Fujii, Satoko: Solo

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25412
Catalog Code: 201-046
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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A stunning album of solo performances, the first of 12 monthly releases from Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii celebrating her 60th birthday, in an impressive set of seven original compositions illustrating her incredible skills in both profoundly beautiful and technically spectacular playing inside and out of the piano, an exceptional start to the series.


Kerbaj, Mazen / Toshimaru Nakamura: East of Where?

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 25337
Catalog Code: ftarri-986
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Turkish free improviser trumpeter Mazen Kerbaj, best known for the "A" Trio, meets Japanese no-input mixing board pioneer Toshimaru Nakamura for an insanely energetic duo of squelchy electroacoustic improvisations, both players staying on the electric side, and on the far side of lowercase ea-improv as the two ebb and flow a wild dialog of sound.


Oyauchi, Aishi : Wrong Exit

Label: Armageddon Nova
Product Code: 25329
Catalog Code: ANR2/3
Country: Japan
 
Price: $19.95



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Under-recorded but legendary Japanese free improvising saxophonist Aishi Oyauchi in a double CD, performing on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, and piano through 52 untitled and inventive pieces, from a few seconds in length to several minutes, presented as 7 composite tracks; part of the Armageddon Nova Series exploring radical free improvisation.


Various Artists: Lao Dan / Rick Countryman / Colin Webster: Saxophone Anatomy

Label: Armageddon Nova
Product Code: 25328
Catalog Code: AN R-6
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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Saxophone solo improvisation omnibus by three free saxophonists from around the globe: Lao Dan from China recording in an underground bomb shelter in an agressive solo performance; US ex-pat Rick Countryman from the Philippines in a traditional yet extremely free jazz exposition; and London's Colin Webster on baritone sax for an exploration of extended techniques.


Fujii, Satoko Orchestra New York: Fukushima

Label: Libra
Product Code: 25243
Catalog Code: 214-044
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Diverse aspects of the 2011 disaster at the Japanese Fukushima nuclear power plant brought on by a tsunami orchestrated in sound by composer/pianist Satoko Fujii and rendered in remarkable ways from some of New York finest improvisers, including Tony Malaby, Ellery Eskelin, Oscar Noriega, Herb Roberts, Joe Fiedler, Stomu Takeishi, Nels Cline, &c &c.


Machida, Yoshio / Constantin Papageorgiadis: Music from the SYNTHI 100

Label: Amorfon
Product Code: 24994
Catalog Code: YM1701
Country: Japan
 
Price: $13.95



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Japanese artist Yoshio Machida and Belgian artist Constantin Papageorgiadis recorded these 12 tracks on an EMS Synthi 100 keyboard, a modular analogue/digital hybrid synth designed in 1971 of which 31 were constructed, this one being on loan from Gent University in Belgium, here manipulated without keyboards to create these rich electronic "Generations" and "Experiments".


Walk With The Penguin: Charm

Label: Amorfon
Product Code: 24993
Catalog Code: amorfon017
Country: Japan
 
Price: $13.95



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Japanese steelpan player Yoshio Machida leads this pan-national pop band in their second album, blending electronics and popular forms of music referencing and using electronic and acoustic rock, funk, synthpop, and spoken word, with the majority of the band Serbian artists, and guest musicians including Tatsuhisa Yamamoto (Jim O'Rourke), Paranel, and Misha.


Various Artists: Asian Meeting Recordings #1

Label: Doubtmusic
Product Code: 24987
Catalog Code: dmf-170
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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Otomo Yoshihide started The Asian Meeting Festival in 2005 to foster creative interaction between Japanese and other Asian musicians, since 2014 curated by DJ Sniff, and here in the 2017 edition at GOK Sound, in Tokyo, Japan with a who's-who of players including Yoshihide, Ryoko Ono, Ko Ishikawa, Son X, KEITO, Yuji Ishihara, Yuen Chee Wai, &c. &c.


Fujii, Satoko Quartet (w/ Natsuki Tamura / Keisuke Ohta / Takashi Itani): Live at Jazz Room Cortez

Label: Cortez Sound
Product Code: 24882
Catalog Code: Cortez Sound 0005
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Presenting a different line-up from the 2001 debut of Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii's Quartet, remaining is trumpeter Natsuka Tamura, with Keisuke Ohta on violin and Takashi Itani on drums, performing evolving and rich collective improvisation with a strange edge, captured live at the Jazz Room Cortez in Mito, Japan in 2016 for two extended and bewitching sets.


Smith, Wadada Leo / Natsuki Tamura / Satoko Fujii / Ikue Mori: Aspiration

Label: Libra
Product Code: 24881
Catalog Code: 204-043
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Pianist/composer Satoko Fujii's "Aspiration" brings together four masterful improvisers and innovators--trumpeters Wadada Leo Smith and Natsuki Tamura, and Downtown NY laptop player Ikue Mori--for an album of exciting and exceptional free playing over compositions from Fujii, Tamura, and one collective composition, a brilliant pinnacle of creative music.


Suzuki, Akio / John Butcher: Immediate Landscapes

Label: Ftarri
Product Code: 24828
Catalog Code: ftarri-987
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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At the same event in Scotland that John Butcher recorded his excellent "Resonant Spaces" album, he also joined forces with sound artist Akio Suzuki on a variety of objects and sound devices to record the first 5 tracks of this unusual album of very free improv, the last track by the duo recording at the 2015 Ftarri Festival at SuperDeluxe in Tokyo.


Fujii, Satoko / Natsuki Tamura: Kisaragi

Label: Libra
Product Code: 24529
Catalog Code: Libra 102-042
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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On their 5th album together, pianist Satoko Fujii and trumpeter Natsuki Tamura push the limits on approach and technique with their instruments, creating otherworldly and captivating improvisations, both players deciding against using "normal instrumental sounds", instead using preparations and textural approaches to create truly unique music.


Gato Libre (Fujii / Tamura / Kaneko): Neko

Label: Libra
Product Code: 24528
Catalog Code: Libra 103-040
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Trumpeter Natsuki Tamura's Gato Libre in its 5th album brings a beautiful light-through-the-leaves melodic melancholy to their unhurried pace, now the trio of Tamura, Satoko Fujii on accordion, and Yasuko Kaneko on trombone, as the cats on the cover stop to find allure in the late day while bringing profound and introspective music to our ears.


Nakamura, Toshimaru / Jun Numata: The First Album

Label: Doubtmusic
Product Code: 24251
Catalog Code: dmf-169
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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A duo improvisation recorded at Shichoshitsu Jinbo-cho, in Tokyo, Japan between no-input mixing electracoustic improviser Toshimaru Nakamura and Doubtmusic label leader and member of mn and MNK, Jun Numata on guitar, oscilator, radio, in a varied and turbulent affair of extreme electronics, sound and noise that takes the listener on a wild ride.


Korekyojinn Acoustic: Kaleidoscope

Label: Magaibutsu Limited
Product Code: 24033
Catalog Code: MGC-53
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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The Korekyojin trio of Tatsuya Yoshida on percussion, Kido Natsuki on guitar and Mitsuru Nasuno on fretless bass, plus violinist Miyamoto Rei on several tracks, take their intricate and exuberant rock into acoustic territory with this impressive album, which includes acoustic takes on "Arabesque", "Careless Heart", "Four Holes in the Sky", &c.


Machinda, Yoshio: Tender Blues

Label: Amorfon
Product Code: 23942
Catalog Code: amorfon016
Country: Japan
 
Price: $12.95



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Japanese Steelpan player Yoshio Machida's 11th solo album, performed on the metal slit drum, made from a small gas tank tuned to the C scale over 2 octaves, which he takes into warm territories of rich overtones and melodic invention influenced by Kora, Gamelan, Kulintang and Myanmar musics.


Sirom: I

Label: Amorfon
Product Code: 23941
Catalog Code: amorfon015
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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Silom is a Slovenian creative music trio using a variety of string, percussive, and melodic percussive instruments, focused on the acoustic aspects of complex evolving works that combine composed and improvised aspects to create rich music with ancient ethnic overtones.


Fujii, Satoko : Invisible Hand [2 CDs]

Label: Cortez Sound
Product Code: 23811
Catalog Code: CSJ 0001/0002
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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After bringing her band Kaze to the Cortez club in Mito, Japan, the owner asked pianist Satoko Fujii back to perform a solo show, captured here across two CDs showing her extensive technical skills and passionate approach to playing, in a mix of new work and new takes on previously recorded compositions.


Ruins: Burning Stone [REISSUE]

Label: Magaibutsu Limited
Product Code: 23801
Catalog Code: MGC-3b
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Tatsuya Yoshida's insanely complex and exhilarating rock project Ruins started around 1986, and bassist Ryuichi Masuda (also a member of Koenji Hyakkei) has been with him since the early days; this CD reissues the 1992 Shimmy Disc album, originally an LP, here with the CD bonus tracks.


Hirose, Junji / Yoshinori Mochizuk / IRONFIST Tatsushima : HMT

Label: Doubtmusic
Product Code: 23746
Catalog Code: dmf-167
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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Three free improvisations at the burning heart of the Japanese Free Improv scene from the trio of Junji Hirose on sax, Yoshinori Mochizuki on bass, and Ironfist Tatsushima on drums, balancing two tracks of frenetic playing with a lowercase extended instrumental piece.


Uchihashi, Kazuhisa / Richard Scott: Awesome Entities

Label: Doubtmusic
Product Code: 23745
Catalog Code: dmf-168
Country: Japan
 
Price: $16.95



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Japanese guitarist and daxophone player Kazuhisa Uchihashi joins forces with Berlin-based composer and free improvising analogue modular synthesizer player Richard Scott for an album of unique orchestration, the daxophone "humanizing" the playing with unusual voicing.


Fujii, Satoko Orchestra Tokyo + KAZE: Peace (Tribute To Kelly Churko)

Label: Libra
Product Code: 23565
Catalog Code: 217-039
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Pianist Satoko Fujii's Orchestra Tokyo + the band Kaze, bringing guests trumpeter Cristian Pruvost and drummer Peter Orins alongside trumpeter Natsuki Tamura into a spectacular big band of great power but also subtle meditation, in four works that include a tribute to the late guitarist and Fujii collaborator Kelly Churko.


Tamura, Natsuki: KO KO KO KE [Used Item]

Label:
Product Code: 22994
Catalog Code: MTJCJ-3012
Country: Japan
 
Price: $8.95



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Tatsuya, Yoshida / Cho Sokkyo / Tzboguchi Masayasu: TYU

Label: Magaibutsu
Product Code: 22665
Catalog Code: MGC-52
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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The frequent and super-speed improvising duo of drummer Tatsuya Yoshida and guitarist Kazuhisa Uchihashi join forces with Tzboguchi Masayasu on keyboards and vocoder for an energetic, melodic, and at times outlandish album that pays homage to astonishingly complex rock forms.


Davis, Gareth / Machinefabriek: Shroud Lines

Label: White Paddy Mountain
Product Code: 22557
Catalog Code: WPMC034
Country: Japan
 
Price: $15.95



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Frequent collaborators Rutger Zyderveldt (Machinefabriek) and bass clarinetist Gareth Davis in their latest album, edited from a two day recording recidency at Studio Loos, The Hague, a beautifully structured album of subtle fragmentary sound, rich textures and melodic lines.


Huy (Junji / Kazuhisa / Yoshida): Huy

Label: Magaibutsu Limited
Product Code: 22332
Catalog Code: MGIS-01
Country: Japan
 
Price: $14.95



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The Japanese trio of Hirose Junji on tenor saxophone, Innocence label founder Uchihashi Kazuhisa on guitar, and Yoshida Tatsuya on drums, initiating Magaibutsu's "Improv Session Series" with this on-fire album of controlled chaos, recorded live at Foxhole in Kichijoji.