Various | WaJazz: Japanese Jazz Spectacle Vol. I - Deep, Heavy and Beautiful Jazz from Japan 1968-1984 - The Nippon Columbia masters - Selected by Yusuke Ogawa (Universounds)

Various

wajazz: japanese jazz spectacle vol. i - deep, heavy and beautiful jazz from japan 1968-1984 - the nippon columbia masters - selected by yusuke ogawa (universounds)


Label: 180g
Cat No: 180GHMVLP01

Status: Landed

180g 2xLP Jazz Latin World Jazz


Tracklist:

Tadaaki Misago & Tokyo Cuban Boys - Sakura Sakura

Minoru Muraoka with New Jazz Players - Muraiki

Count Buffalo & The Jazz Rock Band - Mago-Uta

Kiyoshi Sugimoto Quartet - D-51

Toshiyuki Miyama & The New Herd - Adult's Day

Soul Media - Breeze

George Otsuka - Sea View

Hozan Yamamoto, Masahiko Togashi & Yosuke Yamashita - Breath Prologue

Jiro Inagaki & Soul Media - Do It!

Hiroshi Suzuki - Romance

Masahiko Sato - Tochi Mo Kurumi Mo Fukiotose

Masahiko Togashi - Fourth Expression

Takeshi Inomata & Sound Ltd. - Mustache (Live)

Takeo Moriyama - Watarase

Essential 14 track collection of "WaJazz" music selected and compiled by renowned Japanese jazz expert Yusuke Ogawa, owner of the Universounds record store in Tokyo.

Gatefold 180g heavy double vinyl LP. Comes with extensive track-by-track liner notes by Yusuke Ogawa. All tracks licensed by Nippon Columbia, Tokyo, Japan. Mastering and lacquer cut by Jukka Sarapää at Timmion Cutting Lab, Helsinki, Finland.

Universounds, HMV Record Shop and 180g team up for an exceptional release: from blazing hard bop to free jazz, to introspective saxophone solos and massive big band sounds, renowned Japanese jazz expert Yusuke Ogawa presents an essential 14 track collection of "WaJazz" music taken from the Nippon Columbia vaults. Featuring Jiro Inagaki, Minoru Muraoka, Hiroshi Suzuki, Hozan Yamamoto, Count Buffalo, Takeshi Inomata, and much more!

Yusuke Ogawa has been running the Universounds store in Tokyo since 2001, specializing in jazz and second-hand, rare, and collector records. He is also a reissue supervisor, label manager, DJ, and music writer. Known for his vast musical knowledge, eye for detail, and archival skills, Ogawa has worked on more than 250 reissues and compilations – including the highly praised Deep Jazz Reality and Project Re:Vinyl series. He is the co-author of the Wa-Jazz Disc Guide and the Independent Black Jazz of America books.