Okosa Bushi - The Tokyo Cuban Boys - More Echoes Of Japan (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Supported by Tadaaki Misago and the Tokyo Cuban Boys – the oldest and most prolific latin-jazz group in Japan – Chiemi Eri sings themes, in Japanese, that are mainly taken from the traditional folklore. Okosa Bushi () Hokkai Bon Uta () Hanagasa Odori () Mamurogawa Ondo () Hajiki Uta ~ Fute Bushi [Japan LP.
  2. LP, Vinyl record album but which is a bit more laidback overall. The record echoes with plenty of the best influences from Les McCann, The Crusaders, Gerald Wilson, and other west coast soul jazz figures – and titles include "Greasy Spoon", The rhythms are a lot funkier than other Tokyo Cuban Boys records – partly because of the.
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