Jun Fukamachi "The Sea of Dirac"

Jun Fukamachi "The Sea of Dirac"

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The Sea of Dirac
Kitty Records (Japan) 1977
MKF 1020 (LP) Promotional copy, w/insert.
sleeve : EX-(wear on some corners ans edges, crease on one corner.)
media : EX+/EX+(slightly noises a bit.)

This album was released in 1977 by composer/pianist Jun Fukamachi, who began his career as a professional musician while still a student at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, and played an important role in the early days of crossover fusion in Japan. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with Steve Gadd, Anthony Jackson, Tonny Levin, Eric Gale, Steve Khan and other great players in jazz-rock world. It is a crossover sound that transcends the realm of domestic fusion. The beauty of Jun Fukamachi's composing is that it maintains a romantic and urban atmosphere while also having a progressive development.

B1: The Minority
B2: The Sea of Dirac

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