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Kazuhisa / Tatsuya / Satoshi: Deposition & Erosion (Magaibutsu)

The dynamic duo of drummer Yoshida Tatsuya (Ruins, Korekyojin, Koenji Hyakkei) and guitarist Uchihashi Kazuhisa (Altered States, Ground Zero) meet in the studio with pianist Mishiba Satoshi for ten multi-tracked rock improvisations of great diversity, power and beauty.
 

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Uchihashi Kazuhisa-guitar

Yoshida Tatsuya-drums

Mishiba Satoshi-piano


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Label: Magaibutsu
Catalog ID: MGC-43
Squidco Product Code: 16908

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2012
Country: Japan
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded live at Ekoda BUDDY on July 6th, 2012 by Yoshida Tatsuya.

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"Multi-track recording in the first co-starring "improvisation" super duo of Tatsuya Yoshida and Kazuhisa Uchihashi has seen three 柴 management pianist Fri crane · THE SCI-FI-girl band muscle. I at once to listen to beautiful ballads from the expansion of the Tao with anger without even a breath while full-length improvisation."-Magaibtsu (translation from Google)


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1. Deposition 4:20

2. Fault 3:48

3. Erosion 4:00

4. Fold 5:36

5. Liquefaction 5:55

6. Stratum 6:40

7. Suez Canal 4:51

8. Morning Glory 5:04

9. Fissure 6:09

10. Penetration 5:53

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