Motoharu Yoshizawa - Where Is The Sea of Kadath? mp3 album
A Where Is The Sea Of Kadath? B Where Is The Sea Of Kadath? Companies, etc. Recorded At – Gallery Kaze, Tokyo. Alto Saxophone – Mitsuto Asami Bass – Motoharu Yoshizawa Contrabass – Maresuke Okamoto Voice – Toshi Tanaka. Recorded on 26 December 1990.
Kikkawa Motoharu (吉川 元春, 1530 – December 25, 1586) was the second son of Mōri Motonari, and featured prominently in all the wars of the Mōri clan. When Motoharu was young he was adopted into the Kikkawa clan by Kikkawa Okitsune. He then became head of the family around 1550. Motoharu fought in many battles alongside his brother, Kobayakawa Takakage, including the 1555 battle of Miyajima and the 1570 battle of Nunobeyama.
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Singer: Motoharu Yoshizawa Album's name: Where Is The Sea of Kadath? Label: Not On Label – Motoharu Yoshizawa Self-Date of released Type: Cassette, Album, C46 Country: Japan Date of released: 1990 Category: Jazz Style: Free Improvisation. Motoharu Yoshizawa - Where Is The Sea of Kadath? MP3 version. 1762 downloads at 15 mb/s. Motoharu Yoshizawa - Where Is The Sea of Kadath? FLAC version.
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Motoharu Yoshizawa (吉沢元治) (1931 – September 12, 1998) was an influential Japanese bassist known for playing in a distinctive free jazz and free improvisation style, sometimes deploying electronics and using the unusual self-designed five-string bass he referred to as the "Tiritack". Later in the decade he had a fruitful collaboration with alto saxophonist Kaoru Abe, which led to the recording of one album, Nord. In the 1990s, Yoshizawa began experimenting with an effects-laden, five-string bass of his own design. He spent six months living and playing in New York in 1989-90.
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- Recorded At – Gallery Kaze, Tokyo
- Alto Saxophone – Mitsuto Asami
- Bass – Motoharu Yoshizawa
- Contrabass – Maresuke Okamoto
- Voice – Toshi Tanaka