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The Major

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Jap Agitator Caught Again; D.O.O. (Development of Our Own)/ Declaration From Detroit; Colored To Cell - Japs To Hell; Where Are The Brothers and Sisters - They Went To Apple Orchard; When No Saints Go Marching In; To The Valley Of Paradise - yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil for I am the evilest son of a bitch in the valley.


Nobuyasu Furuya Quintet: The Major

Read "The Major" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il quintetto del sassofonista giapponese Nobuyasu Furuya è chiaramente formato da due entità distinte e distinguibili. Da una parte la sezione ritmica con il pianoforte di Rodrigo Pinheiro, un piano trio (Red Trio il suo nome) autonomo con importanti registrazioni all'attivo, nelle quali è comunque norma la presenza di un ospite di lusso. Dall'altra i due ...


Nobuyasu Furuya Quintet: The Major

Read "The Major" reviewed by John Sharpe

Japanese born reedman Nobuyasu Furuya splits his time between his native country and Portugal, where The Major was captured. Furuya first came to prominence in the free jazz big band, Shibusa-Shirazu Orchestra, before moving to Lisbon, where he recorded two previous sets with musicians from his current band: the well-received Bendowa (Clean Feed, 2009) and Stunde ...

The Major

Released: 2011


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