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Yasushi Gonjo

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Yasushi was born in Yamaguchi, Japan. He learned the cornet, alto saxophone and guitar at an early age. He switched to the contrabass when he became sixteen years old. In 2004, he studied at Osaka College of Music in Osaka and he took lessons from Mr. Terumasa Hino, Tomoyuki Kimura, Ken Sakakura. Yasushi started playing career as a professional from a student. He experienced performed with top musicians such as Othello Molineaux, Eddie Henderson, Lewis Nash. Yasushi has made 8 CDs as a leader. His own band “GINGERBREAD BOYS” got number one Japanese Jazz Band of “Jazz Page’s A Popularity Vote 2012” And he has recorded 10 CDs an a side man. In 2010, he started to produce concert event “CHANGES” series to introduce young jazz bands. He has made successful 10 times the event. And 2011, he founded the independent record label “OPEN E MUSIC”

Album

Let's Stay Together

Label: Groove Merchant
Released: 1997
Track listing: "Let's Stay Together" (Al Green, Willie Mitchell, Al Jackson Jr.) – 2:45; "Tiki" (Jimmy McGriff) – 4:20; "Theme from Shaft" (Isaac Hayes) – 4:00; "What's Going On" (Marvin Gaye, Renaldo Benson, Al Cleveland) – 4:33; "Old Grand Dad" (McGriff, Thornel Schwartz) – 5:04; "Georgia on My Mind" (Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell) – 6:42; "April in Paris" (Vernon Duke, Yip Harburg) – 5:03.

Album

Groove Merchant

Label: Spotlite Records
Released: 1987

Album

The Sermon

Label: Groove Merchant
Released: 1974
Track listing: The Worm Turns; The Sermon; The Blues Train to Georgia; Misty; The Main Squeeze; GMI; These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You); Stella by Starlight.

Album

Inner Crisis

Label: Groove Merchant
Released: 1973

Album

Groove Merchant

Label: Mutable Music
Released: 1967


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