Japanese jazz, "j-jazz"

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this is it! (satoko fujii, natsuki tamura, takashi itani) 1538 album. opens up with this absolutely smouldering maelstrom that I've repeated a couple of times now, without listening to the rest of the album yet.

calzino, Thursday, 18 October 2018 15:13 (eight months ago) Permalink

two months pass...

public bath press has just put out a first-ever english translation of teruto soejima's landmark history of japanese free jazz:

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This book, the only history of free jazz in Japan, has been reprinted many times in Japan and is finally available to readers overseas in English translation. From its earliest stirrings in the 1960s until it reached international recognition in the 1970s and after, free jazz in Japan is a unique music that has found its perfect scribe. Soejima Teruto was a writer who fell in love with a music and devoted his life to it as promoter, critic, label owner, tour organizer, and much more. All new photos in this edition, none used from the original Japanese volume. Introduction by Otomo Yoshihide.

you can get it here:

https://www.publicbathpress.com/

budo jeru, Wednesday, 19 December 2018 17:45 (six months ago) Permalink


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