23 December 2012

TOSHIYUKI MIYAMA & HIS NEW HERD - "NIO & PIGEON" (NIPPON COLUMBIA, 1972)




A contribution by Nick.


TOSHIYUKI MIYAMA & HIS NEW HERD - "NIO & PIGEON"

Toshiyuki Miyama, leader
Kazumi Oguro, alto Saxophone, clarinet & alto clarinet, flute, tambourine
Shinji Nakayama, alto Saxophone, clarinet, flute, siren, clapper
Shoji Maeda, tenor Saxophone & soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute
Kiyoshi Saito, tenor Saxophone & soprano saxophone, clarinet, Flute, Kachi-Kachi
Miki Matsui, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet
Koji Hatori, trumpet, mellophone
Bunji Murata, trumpet, drum
Kenichi Sano, trumpet, siren
Kunio Fujisaki, trumpet
Teruhiko Kataoka, trombone, drum
Masamichi Uetaka, trombone, kachi-kachi
Seiichi Tokura, trombone, drum, bell
Takeshi Aoki, trombone, bass trombone, siren, guilo
Yoshinobu Imashiro, piano, gong, celesta, gara-gara
Masao Kunisada, bass
Masaru Hiromi, drums, percussion, clapper
Kozaburo Yamaki, guitar, maracas, bell, kachi-kachi, composer, arranger



A1. Hide And Seek                      04:14
A2. A Sun Shower Parade                05:11
A3. Grief For Enka                     03:17   
A4. Nio And Pigeon                     05:31
A5. When A Swan Goes To Sleep          03:34

B1. Streams Of The Sumida River        03:08
B2. Dedications To The Humble Prayer   02:35
B3. Adult's Day                        09:44

Recorded 9 & 16 May 1972 (probably in Tokyo).


NIPPON COLUMBIA NCB-7018. Adventure In Sounds series.

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6 comments:

onxidlib said...
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Nick said...

This was just re-released on CD on 5th December, Ernst

onxidlib said...

Oops - sorry folks but I'll delete the link immediately!

Thank you Nick - for once I haven't checked it before....

Nick said...

There are other good re-releases in the same series ...

http://columbia.jp/plist.php?event=query&sc[kw]=%A1%DA%CF%C2%A5%B8%A5%E3%A5%BA%A5%EA%A5%A4%A5%B7%A5%E5%A1%BC%A1%DB

... of which the top is "Sensational Jazz '70", a live compilation with the Itaru Oki Trio, Mototeru Takagi Trio, Terumasa Hino Quartet and others

de Nis said...

Reupload?

Nick said...

It is still available on CD.