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Posts Tagged ‘Japan

From Japan: Oscar Peterson performs Cakewalk (Noreen’s Nocturne) with Joe Pass (guitar), Dave Young (bass) and Martin Drew (drums), live in Tokyo, 1987. Insane stride piano breakdown at 6:56.

May 27, 2018

From Japan: Eldar Djangirov Trio performs Blink live at Cotton Club, featuring Massimo Biolcati (bass) and Eric Doob (drums), 2016.

March 8, 2018

From Japan: Steps Ahead in 1986, featuring Mike Mainieri (vibes), Michael Brecker (sax), Darryl Jones (bass), Steve Smith (drums), Warren Bernhardt (keyboards) and Mike Stern (guitar).

August 23, 2015

From Japan: The Michael Brecker Quindectet performs Timbuktu at Tokyo’s Blue Note, 2004. Featuring Michael Brecker (saxophone), Gil Goldstein (piano, accordion) Alex Sipiagin (trumpet), Petr Gordon (french horn), Robin Eubanks (trombone), Bob Sheppard (flute), Dan Willis (double reeds), Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone), Joyce Hammon (violin), Meg Okura (viola), David Edggar (cello), Adam Rogers (guitar), Boris Koslov (bass), Antonio Sanchez (drums), and Danny Sadwick (percussion).

February 17, 2013

From Japan: Chick Corea & Makoto Ozone – Mozart Double Concerto with the Boston Pops. ~ 100th blog post ~

October 23, 2011

From Japan: Blood, Sweat and Tears performs Laura Nyro’s AND WHEN I DIE in 1970, with Bobby Colomby (drums), Jim Fieldler (bass) Jerry Hyman (trombone), Chuck Winfield (trumpet), Dick Halligan (piano), Lew soloff (trumpet/flugelhorn), Fred Lipsius (alto sax), Steve Katz (Harmonica) and David Clayton-Thomas (vocal).

October 12, 2011

From Japan: Gonzalo Rubalcaba Quartet / Piano Solo ~ Giant Steps – Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival, 1992, featuring Reynald Melian (trumpet), Felipe Cabrera (bass) and Julio Barreto (drums)

September 26, 2011

From Japan: やる気AHEAD plays Some Skunk Funk – September 14, 2008 at the Johzenji Street Jazz Festival

December 13, 2010

From Japan: Steps Ahead performs “Beirut,” featuring Mike Mainieri – Vibraphone; Michael Brecker – Saxophone & EWI; Mike Stern – Guitar; Steve Smith – Drums; Darryl Jones – Bass

December 2, 2010

From Japan: Jack DeJohnette with Pat Metheny (guitar), Herbie Hancock (piano/keytar) and Dave Holland (bass), playing ‘Jack In.’

August 27, 2010