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Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - And That's The Story Of Jazz... download album

  • Performer: Akira Sakata
  • Title: And That's The Story Of Jazz...
  • Genre: Electronic / Jazz
  • Formats: WAV TTA DXD AUD AHX AIFF APE
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Free Jazz, Abstract, Free Improvisation, Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1696 mb
  • FLAC album: 1939 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - And That's The Story Of Jazz... download album

With enormous gratitude and appreciation to him; with sincerest condolences - I dedicate this album in his behalf. My utmost sympathy goes out to the world wide populous who have endured the pain and suffering of this tragedy.

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Get it? Well, maybe you had to be there when legendary saxophonist Akira Sakata, guitarist Jim O'Rourke and bombast rhythm crew of percussionist Chris Corsano and double bassist Darin Gray (aka Chikamorachi) jumped in the van for a Japanese tour. This two CD set documents their 2008 jaunt - not the first and far from last - in blistering detail. Shades of Last Exit, Coltrane's Live in Seattle and even Kousokuya appear here but this quartet has nailed its own unique 'n' volatile tension and symmetry during its past.

Chikamorachi, Jim O'Rourke, Akira Sakata.

Jazz FLAC, APE CD-Rip. Artist: Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke with Chikamorachi Title: And That's The Story Of Jazz Year Of Release: 2011 Label: Family Vineyard Genre: Free Jazz, Abstract, Free Improvisation, Experimental Quality: FLAC (tracks+.

Sakata first worked with Chikamorachi and guitarist Jim O’Rourke in 2005 on the Japan-only Tetrodoxin CD (also featuring Manabu Sakata and Masaka Yoshimi on percussion). Three years later, they toured Japan as a quartet and the results have been issued as And That’s the Story of Jazz, dedicated to Yoshitaka Sugaya, a promoter of new jazz in Ootuchi and a victim of the recent earthquake and tsunami  . Both sets of music offer proof that, even if he might not become a household name, Akira Sakata’s music should be heard by anyone with an interest in creative music worldwide. And That’s the Story of Jaz. Disc One: 01. Kyoto 02.

Exact Audio Copy V. beta 2 from 29. April 2011 EAC extraction logfile from 21. September 2011, 22:07 Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi, And That's The Story Of Jazz. Akira Sakata alto saxophone, vocals Jim O'Rourke guitar, harmonica, electronics Darin Gray double bass, percussion, bells Chris Corsano drums. Зарегистрирован: 03-Окт-11 23:02. This two CD set documents their 2008 jaunt - not the first and far from last - in blistering detail

Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - Nagoya 1 (Part 2) 10:36. Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - Kyoto 28:26. Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - Nagoya 1 (Part 1) 22:42. Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi - Nagoya 1 (Part 3) 15:01. Jim O'Rourke, Akira Sakata, Akira Sakata & Jim O'Rourke With Chikamorachi, Chikamorachi - Nagoya 1 15:01. MOOKO - Akira Sakata. Silent Plankton - Akira Sakata. La Mer/Harpacticoida - Akira Sakata

Alto Saxophone, Vocals – Akira Sakata Double Bass, Percussion, Bells – Darin Gray Drums – Chris Corsano Guitar, Harmonica, Electronics – Jim O'Rourke. Family Vineyard – FV78 (US). Recorded during October 2008 Japan tour straight to two-track by Steamroom Mobile. Thanks to snobb for the addition. WITH JIM O'ROURKE AND CHIKAMORACHI) music.

Tracklist

1-1 Kyoto 28:24
1-2 Hanamaki 25:25
2-1 Nagoya 1 22:41
2-2 Nagoya 2 10:37
2-3 Nagoya 3 15:01

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Steamroom Mobile

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Vocals, Liner Notes – Akira Sakata
  • Double Bass, Percussion, Bells – Darin Gray
  • Drums – Chris Corsano
  • Guitar, Harmonica, Electronics – Jim O'Rourke
  • Photography By – Caroline Bittencourt

Notes

Recorded during October 2008 Japan tour straight to two-track by Steamroom Mobile. Cleaned up at Steamroom Tokyo.

Thank you: Gengakki Koubo Takasaki, Kanji Suzuki, Hiroshi Morita, Manabu Sakata, Kaoru Hayashi, Teruhiko Saita, Kani Akita, Akie Narita, Syogo Asano, Yoko Yamabe, Tannaka Takashi, Abbot Shinjuan Sosho Yamada, Hibotan Fusae Kojima, Caroline Bittencourt, Jill Pifer, Alexander & Joshua Gray, Abby Drake, Kevin Radomski at Pro-Mark, and Eric Weddle.

"Hanamaki in Iwate was the last city we visited during our Japan quartet tour in 2008. An old friend of mine from Ootuchi town lived by the Pacific Ocean where the tsunami disaster occurred on March 11, 2011. Mr. Yoshitaka Sugaya was a important figure of jazz in Ootuchi town, which was totally destroyed by the tsunami. He came to see our concert in Hanamaki on Oct. 14.

As of today, March 27, 2011, he is still missing.

With enormous gratitude and appreciation to him; with sincerest condolences - I dedicate this album in his behalf. My utmost sympathy goes out to the world wide populous who have endured the pain and suffering of this tragedy."

- Akira Sakata

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  • Barcode: 656605407821




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