Isao Suzuki Sextet Ako's Dream

Isao Suzuki Sextet - Ako's Dream (1976) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}

Isao Suzuki Sextet - Ako's Dream (1976) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}
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© 2013 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Japan | THCD-248 | LP TBM-76
Jazz / Fusion / Post Bop / Cello

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. With his stunning debut album Blow Up in 1973, bassist Isao Suzuki quickly became a star musician in the roster of the Three Blind Mice label. Ako's Dream was his seventh album, and as the jacket and the title suggest, it is dedicated to his young baby girl named Ako.

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Isao Suzuki - Cadillac Woman (Japan Edition) (2017)

Isao Suzuki - Cadillac Woman (Japan Edition) (2017)
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Fusion | Country: Japan | Label: JVC Kenwood Victor Entertainment Corp. (VICJ-77043)

A fantastic electric album from one of the most unique bassists of the 70s – and one that also features help from a hip American rhythm trio too! By the time of this set, Isao Suzuki had already made some incredible records for the Three Blind Mice label – sets that showcased both his inventive work on bass and cello, with very different phrasing than most other players of his generation.
Isao Suzuki & Sunao Wada - Now's The Time (1974) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster THCD-315}

Isao Suzuki & Sunao Wada - Now's The Time (1974) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster THCD-315}
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© 1974, 2014 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Direct (Japan) / Think! Records | THCD-315 | LP TBM-29
Jazz / Post Bop / Contemporary Jazz

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series! Limited paper sleeve edition! Now's The Time captured two groups who performed at the Three Blind Mice's own jazz festival called "5 Days in Jazz 1974." The first group was the Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio with guest soloists Isao Suzuki on cello and Sunao Wada on guitar. They performed two songs on Side A of the original vinyl LP.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Summertime (1976) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster}

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Summertime (1976) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster}
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© 1976, 2014 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Direct (Japan) / Think! Records | THCD-318 | LP TBM-69
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano Trio

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. Summertime is the seventh album by pianist Tsuyoshi Yamamoto released by the Three Blind Mice label. Virtually unknown when he made his first recording in 1974, he had become one of the most popular jazz pianists by the time of this exciting live recording in 1976.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Blues For Tee (1974) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster}

Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Blues For Tee (1974) {2014 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec CD Remaster}
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© 1974, 2014 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Direct (Japan) / Think! Records / | THCD-316 | LP TBM-41
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano Trio

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. Blues For Tee is the second of the three albums that came out of the legendary Christmas sessions at the Misty, a Tokyo jazz club, which took place on December 1974. The Three Blind Mice producer Takeshi "Tee" Fujii wanted to record Yamamoto before he left for the U.S. to study at Berklee School of Music, and almost all of the performances were so good that he decided to release three LPs instead of one that was originally planned.
Sunao Wada, Ushio Sakai, George Otsuka - Blues For Bird (1975) {Three Blind Mice TBM CD 1849 rel 2000}

Sunao Wada, Ushio Sakai, George Otsuka - Blues For Bird (1975) {Three Blind Mice TBM CD 1849 rel 2000}
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© 1975, 2000 Three Blind Mice | TBM CD 1849
Jazz / Post Bop / Contemporary Jazz / Soul Jazz

This is an excellent record of Sunao Wada (g) feat. Hitomi Ueda (vo), Ushio Sakai (org), Yoshio Ohtomo (as), George Otsuka (ds), Mitsuaki Furuno (b), Takao Uematsu (ts) & more. "Blues for bird" is an amazing TBM (Three Blind Muce) CD. This album records many splendid songs … In particular Charlie Parker's cover "Now's the time" is very groovy Japanese Jazz. This is a Japanese Jazz classics.
Masaru Imada and George Mraz - Alone Together (1977) {XRCD Three Blind Mice TBM XR-5003}

Masaru Imada and George Mraz - Alone Together (1977) {XRCD Three Blind Mice TBM XR-5003}
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© 1977, 1997 Three Blind Mice / JVC Victor | TBM XR-5003 | 20bit K2
Jazz / Post Bop / Contemporary Jazz / Piano / Bass

The wonderful communication between these instruments produces an intimate and expressive masterpiece. Also included in this cut, Stella by Starlight! The XRCD is from the very rare JVC // TBM Recordings series of out of print, audiophile CDs. Extended Resolution - 20-bit Digital Technology, K2 Super Coding.
Koji Moriyama & Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Smile (1977) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}

Koji Moriyama & Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Smile (1977) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}
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© 1977, 2013 Three Blind Mice / CS Records / Sony Music Japan | THCD-229 | LP TBM-5002
Jazz / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Vocal Jazz / Contemporary Jazz

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. Singer Koji Moriyama was just 33 years old, but had been singing professionally for over 15 years when he recorded this, his second full-length LP for Three Blind Mice, a label that began a trend of providing recording opportunities to talented but underappreciated Japanese jazz singers in the 1970s.
Kosuke Mine with Kimiko Kasai - Yellow Carcass In The Blue (1971) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}

Kosuke Mine with Kimiko Kasai - Yellow Carcass In The Blue (1971) {2013 Japan Three Blind Mice Mini LP Blu-spec Remaster}
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© 2013 Three Blind Mice / Sony Music Japan | THCD-237 | LP TBM-8
Jazz / Hard Bop / Modal Music / Vocal Jazz / Contemporary Jazz

Three Blind Mice Blu-spec CD reissue series. Limited paper sleeve edition. Yellow Carcass in the Blue is considered an important album by talented singer Kimiko Kasai in which she really began to show her original qualities. At the same time, as the "double bill" credit suggests, it was also a showcase for the Kosuke Mine Quartet, which plays two tunes on their own.
Tony Oxley - 4 Compositions For Sextet (1970) {Columbia 494437 2 rel 1999}

Tony Oxley - 4 Compositions For Sextet (1970) {Columbia 494437 2 rel 1999}
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© 1970, 1999 CBS / Columbia / Sony Music | 494437 2
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Modern Creative

Originally released in 1970, 4 Compositions for Sextet was one of a pair of records saxophonist Tony Oxley recorded for CBS, which, at that time, seemed to be very interested in British free jazz – the label also recorded at least three LPs by avant guitarist Ray Russell and a pair by Evan Parker. Oxley's band for this outing was a dream group of Brit outsiders: Derek Bailey on guitars, Kenny Wheeler on trumpet and flügelhorn, Evan Parker on saxophones, Oxley on drums of course (the only British drummer besides Robert Wyatt who could play pop or free jazz with equal enthusiasm), Paul Rutherford on bass, and Jeff Clyne on trombone.