Terumasa Hino “Hip Seagul”

Terumasa Hino “Hip Seagul”

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Hip Seagul
Flying Disk (Japan) 1978
VIJ-6010 (LP) w/obi, insert(color-faded, some slightly stains.)
sleeve : EX-(SRW, some slightly dirts.)
media : EX/EX(some slightly surface noises. some very slightly hairlines that does not affect to sounds.)

This is a leader album released in 1978 by Terumasa Hino, a Japanese trumpeter who has been at the forefront of the music scene for a long time and has received worldwide acclaim since the 1960s. The album features Atsusuke Mine, John Scofield, Mikio Masuda, Clint Houston, Motohiko Hino, Mtume, George Otsuka, Kimiko Kasai, and Tavasa. A1 is a 16-minute jazz-funk song influenced by electrified Miles Davis, with Hino's trumpet danced with effect, and B1/B2 is a fantastic song with minimalist refrain rhythm section, Kimiko Kasai and Tavasa's chorus, and Mine's soprano sax floating in the air. This is a masterpiece with a performance of gems that has not faded even today. Like Masaaki Kikuchi, he was at the forefront of the Japanese jazz scene at the time.

A1: Hip Seagul
B1: This Planet is Hours
B2: Fall

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