2 April 2011

MAL WALDRON - TERUMASA HINO "REMINICENT SUITE" (VICTOR, 1972)





MAL WALDRON - TERUMASA HINO "REMINICENT SUITE"


Takao Uematsu, tenor sax, flute
Terumasa Hino, trumpet
Mal Waldron, piano
Isao Suzuki, bass
Motohiko Hino, drums
Uzi Imamura, percission


1. Reminicent Suite
-Dig It Deep Down Baby
-Echoes
-One More With Feeling 23:38
2. Black Forest 18:32

Recorded on 14th August, 1972 at Victor Studio, Tokyo, Japan.

VICTOR SMJX-10155

19 comments:

onxidlib said...
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verge said...

thank you kind sir, dl'ing now. I just found out about this blog a few days ago, probably from holywarbles but im drunk rt now and not positive.
Thanks! I'll be checkin what you post from now on, dope shit.

sotise said...

wow yeah great record ..if any one wants the mp3's ..they are out there.

jackalope said...

Well done straight ahead jazz. A good rip of a good recording. Keeps the toes tapping and, despite the length of the tracks, my interest throughout. Terumasa does some riveting solos but there is plenty of room for everyone's musical voice. Melodies that stick with you...this really rates up there - much appreciated!

wightdj said...

Strong band and rare issue. Many thanks.

boethiusjr said...

great work just got around to this one

onxidlib said...
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zero said...

I've been hankering after a lossless copy for some time. Don't know how I missed this. GIANT thanks for granting my wish, onxidlib.

Lexman said...

Thanks a lot !!

onxidlib said...
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Megapouetman said...

Thanks so much, every Waldron is great.

Anonymous said...

I heard this once, a long time ago, but don't have any residual memories of it, hopefully NOT a comment on the music. I'll soon find out. Many thanks.

-Brian

hk said...

Mal's music is great. Looking for Maturity 4 with Jeanne Lee any help will be greatly appreciated

Anonymous said...

Please re-up this one if you would be so kind - John

onxidlib said...
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Anonymous said...

Guess that's why I USED to have a job as a computer tech. Didn't realize one had to scroll down to see the "download" button till just now. - john

sock dog said...

any chance of a reup?? love this blog thank you!

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

1fichier

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...