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Masayoshi Urabe / Hiroshi Hasegawa - Duo 1988 FLAC album


Performer: Masayoshi Urabe
Genre: Jazz
Title: Duo 1988
Released: 1999
Style: Free Improvisation
FLAC version ZIP size: 1138 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1631 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1128 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Masayoshi Urabe, Hiroshi Hasegawa ‎– Duo 1988. Harmonica, Percussion, Alto Saxophone, Whistle – Masayoshi Urabe Voice – Hiroshi Hasegawa. Silkscreened jacket, inner sleeve and insert.

Masayoshi Urabe (浦邊 雅祥, Urabe Masayoshi, born 1965) is a Japanese musician, best known for his intensely physical style of free improvisation on the alto saxophone and his deployment of long, laden silences. He has sometimes been compared to the late Japanese free jazz altoist Kaoru Abe. He has played with many underground musicians in Japan, including Chie Mukai (Ché-SHIZU), Kan Mikami (Sanjah), Hiroshi Hasegawa (Astro, . Junko (Hijokaidan) and the psychedelic rock group Kousokuya. Recently he formed the group Sanjah, with folk singer Kan Mikami and drummer Toshi Ishizuka. The Dark Spot CD w/Kousokuya (PSF, 1997). Duo 1988 LP w/Hiroshi Hasegawa (Siwa, 1999). Masayoshi Urabe & Gary Smith CD w/Gary Smith (Paratactile, 2001). Dual Anarchism LP w/Chie Mukai (Siwa, 2002). Dual Anarchism video w/Chie Mukai (There, 2002).

Masayoshi Urabe (浦邊雅祥) is a Japanese musician, best known for his intensely physical style of free improvisation on the alto saxophone and his deployment of long, laden silences.

1 Urabe Mikoto (Original Mix) 7:54. BPM, Key: 138, D♯ major.

Masayoshi Urabe is a Japanese musician, best known for his intensely physical style of free improvisation on the alto saxophone and his deployment of long, laden silences. Junko (Hijokaidan) and the psychedelic rock group Kousokuya

PSF, 1997 ), Duo 1988 LP avec Hiroshi Hasegawa ( Siwa, 1999 ), Masayoshi Urabe & Gary Smith. Gran Premio de Macao. Tony Maw, Lotus 20B - Ford,,, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Yamaha, 1968, Jan Bussell, McLaren M4C.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Untitled
Alto Saxophone – Masayoshi Urabe*Voice – Hiroshi Hasegawa
B Untitled
Harmonica, Percussion, Alto Saxophone, Whistle – Masayoshi Urabe*Voice – Hiroshi Hasegawa

Notes

Silkscreened jacket, inner sleeve and insert.