Friday, June 16, 2017

KAORU ABE/MOTOHARU YOSHIZAWA – 北 [NORD] Abe • Yoshizawa Duo '75




Label: ALM-Uranoia – UR-5
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: Japan / Released: 1981
Style: Free Jazz, Free Improvisation
Recorded at Iruma Shimin Kaikan, on October 15 (A1, A2) and recording live
at Aoyama Tower Hall from Concert "Mort À Crédit" (B), on October 18, 1975.
Artwork (Cover Design) – Akio Suzuki
Photography By – Tatsuo Nagao
Photography By, Other [Concert Producer] – Aquirax Aida
Liner Notes – Go Murakami, Toshihiko Shimizu
Recorded, Producer – Yukio Kojima

Tracks:
A1 - Duo Improvisation No.1 .................................................................................. 11:20
A2 - Duo Improvisation No.2 .................................................................................. 12:54
B  -  Duo Improvisation No.3 .................................................................................. 29:41

Kaoru Abe – alto saxophone
Motoharu Yoshizawa – bass, cello

Yoshizawa Motoharu wrapping strings and stringed resonance sound warmly flows, enveloping Kaoru Abe. Dialogue starts from there. It's gentle...






Hot air has already been lost from the block, and it was impossible to hear cracked agitations exhaled from the magnet speaker. While listening to their sounds, I remember the air of a time, I remember it a little, a little, somewhat, just a little...  it is certain that Kaoru Abe was watching "something beautiful" behind a scorched earthy sound. I felt strongly that it was not just roaring but something like an admiration for such a world to be built in a dialogue with a heavily light Yoshisawa bass...
The charm of Kaoru Abe is not actually found in the style as Free jazz but rather like the sound of ordinary people in Japan is scattered like a residue... Beautiful recording.



If you find it, buy this album!

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