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ONJT+ iOtomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Trio +j
plays Ornette Coleman's "Lonely Woman" and Albert Ayler's "Bells".
ONJT + / Lonely Woman
(dmf-138)
ONJT + / Bells
(dmf-139)
ONJT means a abbreviation of Otomo Yoshide's New Jazz Trio, Otomo Yoshihide (guitar), Mizutani Hiroaki (bass, misc.), Yoshigaki Yasuhiro(drums, percussion) and "+" means the guests for those 2 CDs ; Sachiko M (sinewaves) and Jim O'rourke (EMS synthesizer).
Otomo continues with his "New Jazz" project from ONJQ (Quintet) via ONJE (Ensemble) to ONJO (Orchestra), and this time he organize his core group / trio form. Those 2 CDs are long-expected works, Otomo try to revive birth and death of "free jazz" by contemporary sounds and interpretations.
A death of Albert Ayler has been identified on 25th October, 1970 at East River, N.Y.C. 40@years has past from Albert's death. How does improvised music changed over 40 years ? Here is the answer in some way.

doubtmusic dmf-138
street date : 25 November, 2010
retail price (in Japan) 2,310 yen
digi-pack
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doubtmusic dmf-139
street date : 25 November, 2010
retail price (in Japan) 2,310 yen
digi-pack
doubtmusic