Hozan Yamaoto “Eternal Echoes”

Hozan Yamaoto “Eternal Echoes”

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[銀界 II] 無限の譜
Philips (Japan) 1980
FS-7031 (LP) w/insert(color-faded, light stains.)
sleeve : EX-(wear on edge and corner.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

This is a masterpiece album released in 1980 by the bamboo flute player Hozan Yamamoto, who has made great achievements not only in the classical arts but also in his contemporary activities. The album was recorded in 1979 with Masahiko Togashi, the great Japanese drummer and percussionist, who developed his own unique playing style despite being paralyzed by a spinal cord injury, and Masahiko Sato, one of Japan's leading jazz pianists, who has been active at the forefront since his debut leader album "Palladium" in 1969. It was recorded as a second version of his historic album “Silver World”, and is a wonderfully organic ethno-spiritual jazz piece that boldly expresses the mysteries of nature’s landscape in Japan.

A2: 遠音
B2: 久遠の呼吸
B5: 無限の譜

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