Masabumi Kikuchi "Susto"

Masabumi Kikuchi "Susto"

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CBS/Sony (Japan) 1981
25AH 1199 (LP) w/original inner sleeve(SPSE/TOC: crack and tape on bottom.), insert(color-faded.)
sleeve : EX+(slightly wear on corner.)
media : EX+/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

Japanese jazz pianist Masabumi Kikuchi released this masterpiece in 1981. Directly inspired by the electric period of Miles Davis, this album is one of his children's best, up there with Herbie Hancock's Sextant. Though B2 is a true Milesian explosion, the sound is very different. According to the liner notes, he set up a live PA in the studio and edited the uncut takes, then overdubbed his own keyboards. I'm proud to say that there are Japanese artists who can do this well. The best of Japanese electric jazz funk. Sony's cutting sound is very good at that time.

A1: Circle / Line
B1: Gumbo

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