A big band work by Terumasa Hino that Kikuchi Masaaki arranged. Famous musicians from the past participate in the event and create a magnificent sound. Personally I am puzzled by the lack of thrilling and slightly different from expectation. This work is made up of three sets, Hino Kikuchi Quintet only for B - 1, Others are organized in 12 people, organized in 15 orchestras. I wonder what he says, especially when it comes to a big formation I feel like a popular orchestra rather than a jazz like that feeling.
Song For My Father A3. Back Lush A4. The Return Of The Prodigal Son B1. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy B2. Cantalope Island B3. Little Sun Flower. Terumasa Hino, trumpet Konosuke Saijo, tenor ssaxophone You Tokuyama, piano Yuji Ohno, piano Kunimitsu Inaba, bass Motohiko Hino, drums. MCA Records - JMC-5001 (Japan). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Jakkou Super Audio CD - DSD Epic Japan 2008.
Terumasa Hino (日野 皓正 Hino Terumasa, born October 25, 1942) is a Japanese jazz trumpeter. He is considered one of Japan's finest jazz musicians. His instruments include the trumpet, cornet, and flügelhorn. His father was a trumpeter and tap dancer. Hino started tap dancing at age four and playing trumpet at age nine. As a teenager, he copied solos by Clifford Brown, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, and Lee Morgan.
Terumasa Hino (日野皓正, Hino Terumasa, born October 25, 1942 in Tokyo) is a Japanese jazz trumpeter. Currently based in New York, Hino is widely acknowledged as one of Japan's finest jazz musicians, having gained renown in his home country as well as Europe and the United States. His instruments include the trumpet and flügelhorn.
One of the most acclaimed Japanese jazz musicians of his generation, trumpeter Terumasa Hino is a dynamic performer, known for his huge, powerful tone, and expressive post-bop style. Emerging in the '60s as a forward-thinking improvisor, Hino drew well-earned comparisons to such contemporaries as Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw. He rose quickly as an international star, releasing a steady stream of fusion-influenced albums throughout the '70s and '80s. Along with his commercial success, he continued to grow creatively, displaying his abiding love of the jazz.
Terumasa Hino is a Japanese jazz trumpeter. whom he stayed till 1969, leaving to lead his own band full-time, which he had started in 1964. In 1969, Hino released the album