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Intermezzo - Motohiko Hamase - Anecdote

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  1. Righteous expensive: Motohiko Hamase's album "Reminiscence" scores a decent prize at online vinyl selling platforms and it is worth each coin! It's a perfect "refuge from nasty reality", as the glorious british 20jazzfunkgreats blog once oldies.granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo: Studio Mule.
  2. Blue mood seething, hypnotic album with melancholic tones, full of personality and hybrid ambient electronic jazz spheres!
  3. Explore releases from Motohiko Hamase at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Motohiko Hamase at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Buy now from Mr Bongo, shipping worldwide. Following the reissue of Intaglio from Studio Mule, this is another beautiful jazz LP from Motohiko Hamase, a regular in Tokyo's 80's jazz scene. A1. Childhood / A2. Plateau / A3. Doll / A4. Tree / B1. Intermezzo / B2. Duplicated Scene / B3. Alphaville / .
  5. Nov 24,  · Studio Mule present a re-recording of Motohiko Hamase 's Remiscence, originally issued in Remiscence scores a decent prize at online vinyl-selling platforms and it is worth every penny! It's a perfect "refuge from nasty reality", as the glorious British 20jazzfunkgreats blog once said. And it comes from a man that knows his trade: bass playing.
  6. Apr 17,  · Motohiko Hamase - Plateau From Motohiko Hamase - Reminiscence. Released on Shi Zen, , Japan. More info here: oldies.granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo / / / http://www.
  7. Motohiko Hamase's album. In the 's Hamase was no stranger to Tokyo's vibrant jazz scene. Together with jazz pianist Tsuyoshi Yamamoto and jazz-rock guitarist Kazumi Watanabe he played in the Isao Suzuki sextet and was part of their classic landmark jazz-funk album "Ako's Dream" from
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Reminiscence - Motohiko Hamase on AllMusic.
  9. Oct 19,  · righteous expensive: motohiko hamase's album "reminiscence" scores a decent prize at online vinyl selling platforms and it is worth each coin! it's a perfect "refuge from nasty reality", as the glorious british 20jazzfunkgreats blog once said. and it comes from a man that knows his trade: bass play - an artisan on which he also already wrote many theoretical books in his more than four.

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