Gianni Gebbia, Tatsuhisa Yamamoto & Suguru Hironaka | Jòraku 3

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Jòraku 3

by Gianni Gebbia, Tatsuhisa Yamamoto & Suguru Hironaka

Gianni Gebbia : alto saxophone and bird calls Tatsuhisa Yamamoto : drums and percussions Suguru Hironaka: electric bass guests: William Tokuhisa: voice on track 2nd Alan Smithee : electric guitar on track 6th Recorded in Tokyo 2007
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Zero in geometria
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2. Mizu Mouth
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3. Lost in Shinjuku
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4. Yamaguchi Haiku
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5. Akogare
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6. China Blues
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7. Frog Solo
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8. Sword Slashing Devils
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9. Minami Senju's Jizo
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10. Saìd
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11. Zero in Matematica
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The amazing Gianni Gebbia's japanese trio Jòraku - 3 featuring the Yamaguchi drummer Tatsuhisa Yamamoto and bass player Suguru Hironaka from Gegegege quartet. High energy trio recorded in Japan both live and studio.
In songs number two there is the voice of the avantgarde singer William Tokuhisa and on track 6 the guitar from Alan Smithee.


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