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Yoshiaki Fujikawa And Eastasia Orchestra - Shoyoh Jurin = 照葉樹林 Album

Yoshiaki Fujikawa And Eastasia Orchestra - Shoyoh Jurin = 照葉樹林 Album

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Interprète: Yoshiaki Fujikawa And Eastasia Orchestra
Titre: Shoyoh Jurin = 照葉樹林
Pays: Japan
Publié sur: 1984
Style: Free Jazz
Category: Jazz
Classement: 4.4
Catalogue #: Mobys 0001
Label: Mobys Record


1Bold And Able11:37
2Never Say Die3:38
4Trival Chief12:10
5Divine Gift6:52


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FJSP187/188Yoshiaki Fujikawa And Eastasia Orchestra Yoshiaki Fujikawa And Eastasia Orchestra - Shoyoh Jurin = 照葉樹林 ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, S/Edition)Super Fuji DiscsFJSP187/188Japan2013


  • BassTakeharu Hayakawa
  • CelloKeiki Midorikawa
  • Conductor, ReedsYoshiaki Fujikawa
  • DrumsSabu Toyozumi
  • EngineerYukio Kojima
  • Liner NotesTeruto Soejima
  • PercussionTatsuji Yokoyama
  • ProducerTeruto Soejima, Yoshiaki Fujikawa
  • ReedsHiroaki Katayama, Junji Hirose, Kazutoki Umezu, Keizo Inoue
  • TromboneHaruki Sato, Hiroshi Itaya
  • TrumpetIchiyu Komiya, Tetsuji Yoshida


Recorded on March 14, 1983.
Comes with 2 lp-sized inserts.


  • Other: JASRAC R-940027


  • Manufactured By – Kojima Recordings, Inc. – (LM-1478)
  • Recorded At – Iruma Shimin Kaikan



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