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Yoshisaburo Toyozumi - Seaweed mp3 download
live in CaoTang, Zhujiajiao, Shanghai 19/1/2014 Sabu: Erhu Caligine: Acoustic guitar Arrebato: Laptop.
Yoshisaburo "Sabu" Toyozumi (born Tsurumi, Yokohama; 1943) is one of the small group of musical pioneers who comprised the first generation playing free improvisation music in Japan. As an improvising drummer he played and recorded with many of the key figures in Japanese free music including the two principal figures in the first generation, Masayuki Takayanagi and Kaoru Abe from the late 1960s onwards. He is one of a very few of this circle who are still alive and engaged in playing this music today.
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Yoshisaburo "Sabu" Toyozumi, Caligine, Arrebato. live in CaoTang, Zhujiajiao. Since yesterday, Japanese legendary improvising drummer Sabu Toyozumi has already started his China tour (2014 Sabu Toyozumi China Adventure Tour, presented by "差 differ"). He will play in 8 cities including Shenzhen, Changsha, Wuhan, Chongqing, Xian, Beijing, Changchun and Shanghai (Jan 25-26, at "差 differ" music festival).
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Sabu Toyozumi. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as 豊住芳三郎, 豊住芳三郎 "Sabu" Toyozumi, S. Toyozumi, Sabu, Sabu Tokozume, Toyozumi, Toyozumi Miyoshisaburo, Toyozumi Yoshisaburo, Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, Yoshisaburoh Toyozumi, Yoshizaburo Toyozumi.
Yoshisaburo Toyozumi Sabu Toyozumi. a Japanese improviser performing on drums and percussion.
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This is the last 70s album by Masabumi that was an all acoustic work. Born 1939 in Tokyo, pianist Masabumi Kikuchi played with Lionel Hampton and Sonny Rollins while still a teenager, and made his recording debut in the early 1960s with Toshiko Akiyoshi and Charlie Mariano. In the 1970s he collaborated with Gil Evans and Elvin Jones and led his own groups, in both acoustic and electric modes, variously drawing influence from Miles Davis and Stockhausen, from Duke Ellington and Ligeti and Takemitsu. Sabu Toyozumi (3). Sadao Watanabe (1). Sahib Shihab (1).