Saturday, April 26, 2014

YOSUKE YAMASHITA TRIO + GERALD OSHITA + DAIRAKUDAKAN – Arashi (2LP-1977)


                                                                                                          Back cover - detail
Label : Frasco – FS-7019/20
Format : 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album; Country: Japan - Releazed: 1977
Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
(reissue 2007, Super Fuji Discs, FJSP-38/39, 2-CD set)
Recorded live at Nihon Seinenkan Hall, September 29, 1976
Engineered by – Tsuyoshi Miyasaka
Produced by – Yosuke Yamashita
Original design by – Koga Hirano
Photos by – Haruhisa Yamaguchi and Takumi Uchida

Ingenious Japanese Avant-Free Jazz rarity, double vinyl, Yosuke Yamashita Trio: "Arashi" (Storm), recorded live in 1977.

A1 - Moonlight Desert  (11:57)
A2 - Flower Corpse  (6:06)
A3 - Prelude by Gong and Human Voices  (3:28)
A4 - Ghosts Part I  (2:14)
B1 - Ghosts Part II  (4:20)
B2 - Golden Veins of a Leaf  (4:03)
B3 - Nihility Mobs: Interlude by Footsteps  (1:47)
B4 - An Age Is a Sunlight Coming through the Foliage of the Woods  (10:21)
B5 - Theme for Arashi  (2:58)
C1 - Great Nihility Conference: Part I-V  (21:07)
C2 - A Hairstic and a Liliputian Part I  (0:51)
D1 - A Hairstic and a Liliputian Part II  (0:17)
D2 - A Fan and a Doll  (0:49)
D3 - The Future War  (0:46)
D4 - Forest in Forest Shade  (1:01)
D5 - Theme for Arashi  (18:43)
D6 - Moonlight Desert  (2:55)


Yosuke Yamashita Trio:
Yosuke Yamashita: piano, percussion
Akira Sakata: alto saxophone, clarinet, percussion
Shohta Koyama: drums, percussion

Gerald Oshita: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, percussion
Dairakudakan (Maro Akaji, Ushio Amagatsu, Ko Murobushi, Tetsuro Tamura, Man Uno, Naohiko Torii, Kosei Inao, Nanten Harada, Junpei Sakai, Yosuke Matsuzawa, Mutsuko Tanaka, Anzu Furukawa, and Keiko Katsumata): Butoh dance



And finally, a masterpiece. So what does that free jazz of Albert Ayler have in common with Japanese trio, discover themselves.
Yosuke Yamashita Trio with Gerald Oshita and Dairakudakan, Recorded live at Nihon Seinenkan Hall, September 29, 1976.
Enjoy!



If you find it, buy this album!

19 comments:

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      YOSUKE YAMASHITA TRIO – Arashi (2LP-1977)
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  2. never heard such a synthesis of...
    thanks a lot!

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  3. This is really wonderful, thank you for these two sharing. If you can please more albums Yosuke Yamashita. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Maybe little later, in the summer, for example. Regards.

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  4. Totally new to me and I thank you for giving me the possibility to recognize that there is this wonderful music.

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  5. Thanks Vitko, I felt chills. It's beautiful!

    Peter

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  6. Many thanks, Vitko, for these all japanese albums. I have some japanese CDs, but they all with american or european musicians. You discover me excellent japan musicians, and this is a great gift for me. Many thanks!

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  7. In true japanese fashion these guys go at it in full force. I love it. Thank you Vitko for both Yoshuke Yamashita records.

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  8. one of the most spectacular cover arts that i saw, can't wait to hear what is hidden under! thanks much!

    Igor

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  9. bravo! this really is a masterpiece! and that was just a start for me, what awaits me on?! can't even imagine! i could not resist the temptation to grab about several GBs of rare goodies from here yesterday)) so i need a lot of time to deal with all those))
    thanks again!

    Igor

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  10. Merci beaucoup.
    I 'swallowed' about 10 to 15 albums tonight from your great blog.
    I can't wait to listen to them all. I won't waste my time sleeping tonight !
    You made my night !
    Great selection, great work. Artists should thank you to keep their material alive.
    Merci.
    Funky Fred From France

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  11. I just noticed I never thanked you for this one. Thank you, Vitko!

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    1. Ha, just relaxed -Otto-, thank to you, what you love this blog and enjoy to music offered. You're a good friend and I have received from you a lot of useful information. And then, sometimes me as nice surprise, as for example yesterday, with the Blue Period of Mr. Picasso, and the occasion were three Blue Note LPs. Brilliant!
      All the best.

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  12. Blue Note and Blue Period... that was just my attempt at free association.

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  13. Vitko, i'm from Argentina. Now I know your blog and is wonderful. Many thanks for your job. Thanks again

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  14. Edu, relax and spend beautiful hours listening to good music.
    Cheers.

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