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Takagi Et Kako Quartet - Jazz A Maison De Japon, Paris album flac Performer: Takagi Et Kako Quartet
Title: Jazz A Maison De Japon, Paris
Released: 1974
Country: Japan
MP3 album: 1313 mb
FLAC album: 1998 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: VQF MIDI DTS MMF XM AIFF AA
Genre: Jazz

Bass, Cello – Kent Carter Drums, Percussion – Ron Pittner Piano – Takashi Kako Saxophone – Mototeru Takagi. Nadja ‎– PA-6020 (Japan). Recorded live at Maison de Japon, Paris on April 26 1974. Thanks to snobb for the addition.

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Takagi was born in Osaka in 1941, but grew up in Yokohama. During his younger years, he spent time in the bands of players like Charlie Ishiguro and Hisashi Sakurai, but only really began developing his distinctive free style when he joined the Motoharu Yoshizawa Trio in 1968. The following year he joined Togashi's Quartet and ESSG. After Togashi's accident, Takagi played briefly with Masayuki Takayangi's New Direction Unit and in a duo with percussionist Sabu Toyozumi. From November 1973 he spent one year playing in France, returning to Japan in November 1974

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Tracklist

A1 Sekibutsu
A2 Estado
B1 A Suite Of Reflections Part 1
B2 A Suite Of Reflections Part 2

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Trio Records
  • Distributed By – Trio Records
  • Made By – Trio Electronics, Inc.

Credits

  • Bass, Cello – Kent Carter
  • Drums, Percussion – Ron Pittner
  • Executive-Producer – Kazuo Harada, Kuniya Inaoka
  • Graphics, Design – Yoshio Watanabe Jr.*
  • Photography [Cover] – Kenny
  • Photography By [Liner] – Makoto Arioka
  • Piano – Takashi Kako
  • Saxophone – Mototeru Takagi

Notes

Recorded live at Maison de Japon, Paris on April 26 1974.

Concert produced by Maison du Japon de la Cité Universitaire. Album produced by Pacific Open Music Ensemble.

Includes Japanese liner notes.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
POCS-9347 Takagi Et Kako Quartet Jazz A Maison De Japon, Paris ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Nadja, Trio Records POCS-9347 Japan 2015
ABCJ-455 Takagi Et Kako Quartet Jazz A Maison De Japon, Paris ‎(CD, Album, RE) Absord Music Japan ABCJ-455 Japan 2008
MTCJ-5510 Takagi Et Kako Quartet Jazz à Maison De Japon, Paris ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) PJL MTCJ-5510 Japan 2003