Richie Beirach, Masahiko Togashi, Terumasa Hino - Ayers Rock mp3 flac
Personnel: Masahiko Togashi (dr) Richie Beirach (pn). Recorded Sept 25, 1997 at Mesena Hall, Suzuka .
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Percussion – Masahiko Togashi. Photography By – Naoki Baba. Photography By – Tatsuhiko Tanaka. Piano – Richie Beirach. Producer – Kenny Inaoka. Recorded & mixed at Sound Inn Studio, October 30 to Nov 2 1984. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Cornet, Other – Terumasa Hino. Percussion – Masahiko Togashi.
Richie Beirach, Masahiko Togashi, Terumasa Hino - Ayers Rock (Polydor (J) 28MJ-3476). Terumasa Hino, cornet, small instruments, special effects Richie Beirach, piano; Masahiko Togashi, percussion Sound Inn, Tokyo, Japan, October 30-November 2, 1984. Richie Beirach Catalog - album index. List of sessions by recorded date & location: Richie Beirach Discography - session index.
1 Essence 31:23 2 Tsunami (Tidal Wave) 16:15 3 Zal 7:04 4 What Is This Thing Called Love 8:52. Piano – Richard Beirach Percussion – Masahiko Togashi (tracks 1,2) Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Terumasa Hino (tracks 3,4). Konnex Records – KCD 5043 (Germany). Recording Dates: Tracks 1 & 2 on 21 June 1978 live at Yamaha Hall Tracks 3 & 4 on 28 & 29 September 1976 in New York City. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
bidder, but for domestic shipping in Japan. Please be sure to refer to the shipping instruction below before bidding. artist/title: RICHIE BEIRACH, AYERS ROCK label(cat POLYDOR (28MJ-3476) 1985 condition: M/EX+ with OBI (cover/vinyl) OBI has a 1/2" split on the back
Richie Beirach in the 1980s. Background information. One track solo piano; three tracks duo, with Yoshiaki Masuo (guitar); two tracks duo with Terumasa Hino (flugelhorn, trumpet). Duo, with Jeremy Steig (alto flute, soprano flute, bass flute, piccolo). One track solo piano; one track duo, with Masahiko Togashi (percussion). Elm. ECM. Trio, with George Mraz (bass), Jack DeJohnette (drums). Elegy for Bill Evans.
Richard Beirach - Terumasa Hino - Masahiko Togashi.
Terumasa Hino (日野 皓正, Hino Terumasa, born October 25, 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese jazz trumpeter. Currently based in New York, Hino is widely acknowledged as one of Japan's finest jazz musicians. His instruments include the trumpet, cornet and flügelhorn. In 1969, Hino released the album Hi-nology, released to critical acclaim and success, and soon after performed in several jazz festivals and clubs worldwide, such as the Berliner Jazztage in 1971 and Munich Jazzclub in 1973, and working with Masabumi Kikuchi in 1974, before settling in New York in 1975.
- Manufactured By – Polydor K.K.
- Recorded At – Sound Inn Studio
- Mixed At – Sound Inn Studio
- Edited At – Sunrise Studio
- Coordinator [Production Coordination] – Kaz Harada*
- Cornet, Other [Small Instruments, Special Effects] – Terumasa Hino
- Design [Cover] – Tomohiro Nakabayashi
- Engineer [Assistant] – Kunio Ohashi, Masahiro Takahashi
- Engineer [Operator] – Masaaki Kato, Noriyasu Murase
- Executive-Producer – Greg Seed
- Mixed By – Kimio Oikawa
- Percussion – Masahiko Togashi
- Photography By [Cover] – Naoki Baba
- Photography By [Liner] – Tatsuhiko Tanaka
- Piano – Richie Beirach*
- Producer – Kenny Inaoka*
NotesRecorded & mixed at Sound Inn Studio, October 30 to Nov 2 1984.
Edited at Sunrise Studios, November 12 1984.
|28MJ 3476||Richie Beirach*, Masahiko Togashi, Terumasa Hino||Richie Beirach*, Masahiko Togashi, Terumasa Hino - Ayers Rock (LP)||Polydor||28MJ 3476||Japan||1985|