31 January 2012

YOSHISABURO TOYOZUMI UNIT "THE MASTERPIECE" (ALM-URANOIA, 1979)








YOSHISABURO TOYOZUMI UNIT "THE MASTERPIECE"


Kazutoki Umezu, alto saxophone & bass clarinet
Hiroaki Katayama, tenor & baritone saxophone
Haruki Satoh, trombone
Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, drums & percussion


A1. Pray From K2 Godwin Austin Mt.(Dedicated to the late Kaoru Abe) 05:37
A2. Efu No Fue (Dedicated to the late Eric Dolphy) 10:34
A3. Raga Of Black Key (Dedicated to Ustal Amjad Ali Khan) 06:51
B1. Let's Wash Your Hands (With The Water Of Five Thousand Years Ago) 05:20
B2. From Alexandria Beach (To Lake Phewa Tal) 08:05
B3. Nile River, Indus River & Ganges River 08:38
B4. 1,2,3,4 Sublimation 05:04


Recorded on 17th & 18th April, 1979 at Tochikawa Shakai-Kyoiku Kaikon, Japan.

ALM-URANOIA UR-4

(lp rip)


Vinyl-rip and cover pictures provided by Nick!

12 comments:

onxidlib said...
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fabricio vieira said...

tks. Sabu's great album! I really appreciated!

Zipangu said...

Wooooow !!! Fantastic, I hoped to find it a day and it's available HERE now !

I've a blog called "Big in Japan" and this is a lp that would have its place too... But M.g.u..o.d left without warning, then all links are lost !!!

Thanx a lot,

Peace.

Z.

Nick said...

Love Big In Japan, Z. Found so much great music on there, thanks.

Frédito said...

Thanks Nick and Onxidlib, this is a superb and funny record.

francisco santos said...

needs to reborn again !....please
THX !.....

onxidlib said...

1fichier

Solomon said...

Thank you.

DW said...

Thanks, onxidlib.

headman said...

This looks tasty, onxidlib..thanks very much for sharing.

BTW do you have a url for the "Big in Japan" blog that's mentioned earlier. I've recently started buying reissues of Japanese jazz and could do with knowing more about it.

onxidlib said...

Click on Zipangu's name and you'll find the link to his (now dormant?) blog.

headman said...

Doh!...I should have thought of that...thanks, onxidlib.

Looks like the blog IS dormant....Ah well, late as usual!