Friday, August 18, 2017

ITABASHI FUMIO TRIO – Toh (Frasco – FS-7011 / LP-1976)




Label: Frasco – FS-7011
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album / Country: Japan / Released: 1976
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Post Bop
Recorded live at Daichi Seimei Hall, 1st March, 1976.
Design [Cover Design] – Ishikawa Hideomi
Photography By – Uchida Takumi
Engineer [Recording Engineering] – Miyasaka Tsuyoshi
Producer – Honmura Ryohnosuke, Kitazawa Yasutaka
Management [Promoting Staff] – Shimabukuro Akira, Asano Keiko, Itoh Yohichi
Typography [Title Lettering] – Ueda Tadao
Matrix / Runout: (Side A runout, stamped) FS7011A +
Matrix / Runout: (Side B runout, stamped) FS7011B

A1 - Alligator Dance ......................................................................................... 10:49
A2 - Good-Bye ................................................................................................... 9:15
B  -  Toh ........................................................................................................... 19:53

Personnel:
Fumio Itabashi  –  piano
Okada Tsutomu  –  bass
Kusumoto Takuji  –  drums, percussion

Press: NIPPON PHONOGRAM JAPAN 1976 (FS-7011)
Presented by Pitt Inn Music / 1976 Printed in Japan JASRAC




We recently met pianist Fumio Itabashi in "Flush Up" - TAKEO MORIYAMA QUARTET and "Wheel Stone - Live In Nemuro" - TERUMASA HINO (SEPTET). Today I present his album "Toh", the first author project (all compositions written by Fumio Itabashi), released by Frasco Records [FS-7011]. The other two musicians on this LP are superb bassist Okada Tsutomu and excellent drummer Kusumoto Takuji.

Believe me in the word, another extraordinary Japanese ride.



If you find it, buy this album!

12 comments:

  1. ITABASHI FUMIO TRIO – Toh (Frasco – FS-7011 / LP-1976)
    Vinyl Rip/FLAC-176kHz+Artwork (506 MB)

    1fichier:
    https://1fichier.com/?aet7qi7onb

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  2. For a minute I thought track A2 is the Gordon Jenkins tune. It is not, but what Mr. 板橋文夫 composed is very much in the same vein. Thanks, Vitko!

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  3. Hi Vitko,

    thank you very much for your all amazing uploads, but may I ask, can you upload also together flac and MP3/320 version?

    Thanks in advance!

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    1. Why on Earth would you want MP3 when you can have flac? If you really want to decrease the quality you can do that yourself!

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  4. I'll take your word for it! Can't wait to hear it. Many thanks for all your excellent music.

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  5. Thank you very much

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  6. Thank you, Vitko. This trio sounds very similar to McCoy Tyner, Ron Carter & Jack DeJohnette.

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