Mine, Kosuke Quintet - Mine flac album
Style: Hard Bop, Modal, Contemporary Jazz
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Mine, Kosuke Quintet. Mine (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap). Think! Records, CS Record, Three Blind Mice. THCD-217, DQCP-5201, TBM-1. Mine, Kosuke Quintet. Mine (LP, Album, Ltd, RE). Le Très Jazz Club.
Mine, Kosuke Quintet – Mine. Label: Le Très Jazz Club – LTJC001. Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Kosuke Mine. Bass – Takashi Mizuhashi. Drums – Hiroshi Murakami.
Artists Kosuke Mine Quintet Mine. Mine Kosuke Mine Quintet. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM).
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Mine) - 11:42 02. Brother in Law (Suzuki) - 11:48 03. Striped Slacks (Suzuki) - 13:51 04. Chin San (Take 1) (Imai) - 4:28 05. Chin San (Take 2) (Imai) - 3:57. Personnel: Kosuke Mine - alto saxophone, soprano saxophone Takashi Imai - trombone Yoshiaki Masuo - guitar Yoshio Suzuki - bass Hiroshi Murakami - drums.
With his stunning debut album Mine, saxophonist Kosuke Mine came on to the jazz scene in 1970 like a shooting star. Less than four months from that debut recording, he went into the studio to record his second album with the rhythm section of the then-top band, the Sadao Watanabe Quartet. Guitarist Yoshiaki Masuo, bassist Yoshio "Chin" Suzuki and drummer Hiroshi Murakami at the time were free on Mondays and they started to jam with the young saxophonist. For this recording, trombonist Takashi Imai joined to make a quintet.
Kosuke Mine - alto/soprano saxophone. Masahiro Kikuchi - piano. Yoshio "Chin" Suzuki - bass.
KOSUKE MINE is a fusion, post bop, avant-garde jazz hard bop music artist. 厚介（Mine Kosuke): Japanese jazz and jazz-fusion saxophonist. Born on February 6, 1944 in Tokyo. Released his debut leader album in 1970 on Japanese jazz label Three Blind Mice (also TBM first release). He left the clarinet program at his high school to turn pro in 1962 with the Blue Seven. In 1969 he earned accolades as a member of Masabumi Kikuchi's quintet; a year later he released his first record, Morning Tide.
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Written-By – Joe Henderson
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Kosuke Mine*
- Bass – Takashi Mizuhashi
- Drums – Hiroshi Murakami
- Electric Piano [Fender] – Hideo Ichikawa
- Trombone – Takashi Imai
|TBM-1||Mine, Kosuke Quintet*||Mine (LP, Album)||Three Blind Mice||TBM-1||Japan||1970|
|THCD-217, DQCP-5201, TBM-1||Mine, Kosuke Quintet*||Mine (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap)||Think! Records, CS Record, Three Blind Mice||THCD-217, DQCP-5201, TBM-1||Japan||2013|
|TBM CD 2501||Mine, Kosuke Quintet*||Mine (CD, Album, RE)||Three Blind Mice||TBM CD 2501||Japan||Unknown|
|PAP-20031||Mine, Kosuke Quintet*||Mine (LP, Album, RE)||Three Blind Mice||PAP-20031||Japan||1982|
|LTJC001||Mine, Kosuke Quintet*||Mine (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Le Très Jazz Club||LTJC001||Europe||2017|