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  1. 高柳昌行 (Masayuki Takayanagi) was a Japanese experimental musician. He was born in 1932 and died in 1991. He was active in the Japanese free jazz…

  2. Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Orchestra

    Members:
    Alfred Harth (tenor sax, bass clarinet)
    Kenta Tsugami (alto sax, soprano sax)
    Hiroaki Mizutani…

  3. Japanese jazz tenor saxophonist and clarinetist. Born December 6, 1927 in Matsumoto, Nagano; died July 6, 2000.

    The name Akira Miyazawa, rarely if…

  4. Japanese jazzers.

  5. To some listeners, this avant-garde Japanese player from the '70s wins the sweepstakes for the most abrasive saxophone sound in history, an…

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  7. Official site: http://mononcle.aikotoba.jp/

  8. In 1999 the recording of Otomo Yoshihide Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita gave Otomo the opportunity to form a group with four leading figures…

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  11. 1949年1月21日名古屋生まれ。
    熱田高校入学時にトロンボーンを始める。同志社大学入学と同時にサードハードオーケストラに所属。2年からモダンジャズグループにも参加。
    1971年上京。大友義男グループ、川崎遼グループで活躍。
    1975年新宿ジャズ賞受賞。…

  12. Naruyoshi Kikuchi (菊地成孔; born June 14th 1963 in Choushi) is Japanese jazz saxophonist, singer and componist.
    His career started in 1985 with…

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  14. Fronted and formed in 1999 by key players of the Japanese underground music scene, 菊地成孔 and guitarist Otomo Yoshihide, Date Course Pentagon…

  15. Ornette Coleman (1930 - 2015) was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. He was one of the major innovators of the 1960s free jazz…

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  19. ロスト・アラーフ (Lost Aaraaff) was a free improvisation group founded by 灰野敬二 (Keiji Haino), prior to the formation of 不失者 (Fushitsusha). Releases…

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