Terumasa Hino “La Chanson D’Orphee”

Terumasa Hino “La Chanson D’Orphee”

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Terumasa Hino
La Chanson D’Orphee
RCA (Japan) 1980
PG-1506 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(SRW, SOC, wear on edge and corner.)
media : EX-/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by slightly wear and hairline.)

This album was released in 1980 by Japanese jazz trumpeter Terumasa Hino. The album was recorded when Hino, who was based in New York, returned to Japan for a concert of his 1979 album "City Connection". The theme of the album is Brazilian/Latin music, which is completely different from the jazz/fusion under the influence of Miles Davis. In addition to Hino's own quintet, percussionist Masami Kawahara and her group Los Rumbels joined him to play a wide range of music, from Brazilian classics by Sergio Mendes, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Louiz Bonfa to jazz standards, Herbie Hancock, The Beatles, and others with a light Latin sound.

A5: Land of a Thousand Dances
B2: Watermelon Man

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