29 August 2009

T. INOMATA & SOUND L.T.D. - SOUNDS OF SOUND L.T.D.













Takeshi Inomata for Columbia Japan from 1970.
Takeshi Inomata (Drums & Percussion) Jun Suzuki (Electric Bass)
Shigetok Kamiya (Electric Guitar) Ryo Kawasaki (Electric Guitar)
Sho Imai (Trombone & Bass Trombone) Shigemichi Dohmoto (Trombone & Bass Trombone)
Takao Uematsu (Tenor Sax & Soprano Sax)
Fantastic lp of funky jazz from the Columbia issued Groovy Sound Series.
No idea who plays on it as the credits are all in Japanese but it's a monster session.
Check out "Mustache" and "Tak's Tune" for some severe beats from drummer/leader Takeshi Inomata.
All Killer No Filler - Highly Recommended!

30 comments:

Bacoso said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/272994989/TAKESHI_INOMATA___SOUND_L.T.D.rar

Wallofsound said...

Takeshi Inomata (Drums & Percussion) Jun Suzuki (Electric Bass)
Shigetok Kamiya (Electric Guitar) Ryo Kawasaki (Electric Guitar)
Sho Imai (Trombone & Bass Trombone) Shigemichi Dohmoto (Trombone & Bass Trombone)
Takao Uematsu (Tenor Sax & Soprano Sa

Solomon said...

Thank you.

katonah said...

This looks plenty awesome, lovin' that moody, smoking a bog round the back by the lock-ups black'n'white cover.

Another OIR banger no doubt .. many thanks

Sweet Jesus said...

Great share, thanks B!

Sweet Jesus said...

Oh yeah, almost forgot, I managed to track down two guys playing on this LP:

Guitar, Ryo Kawasaki;
Flute, Toshiaki Yokota;

funk tone said...

thank you for this one!
sounds great!

http://funkytones.blogspot.com/

G said...

big time,
just listened to "Mustache" so far

the flute part is great

Thanks

Fat Toro said...

Top share!
thank U!

Astro Brother Hood Group said...

just heard the intro so far...wow!

Simon666 said...

and another great one, thanks bacoso!

instapp said...

A genuinely pleasurable Holy Shit experience. Thank you!

Bacoso said...

Thanks to WallOfSound for the line up details.

wara_katsu said...

yeah love this album!!!

Art Simon said...

Another godly post. Thanks so much!

frederic said...

Brilliant post Bacoso. Thank you. Fantastic blog!

nathan said...

nicey nice.

faud said...

Thanks for sharing all this incredible stuffs

katamari666 said...

just came across the site - superb, thanks for putting up all these gems!

Kat.

Andy said...

Not sure how I missed this,thank you.

verge said...

Thanks for sharing, Bacoso.
This looks dope.

dputydwg said...

what verge said!

open form said...

great drummer :o)

thank you

love
of


more Inomata's

Takeshi Inomata - Drum Method
Columbia 1972

with the Sound Ltd ensemble

http://www.mediafire.com/?wmftmjykgmk


http://bls-act.co.jp/music/1460

KRTEK said...

that was great - reminiscent of 70's east euro grooves (especially micing of instruments). could you please recommend some similar funky jap jazz - most of the 'funk' stuff from them lean on either fusion or smooth side

LO pH said...

Nice share - thanks for your amazing blog, and for dropping all of these gems!

pwr2thepeopleman said...

just begining to scratch the surface of the j-jazz scene. (1st album actually). amazing introduction. I am grateful.

CAZEAUX OSLO said...

High Blessings for sharing the Vibrations.

Adam See said...

I'm new to your blog and I just wanted to say thanks! Everything I've downloaded has been most excellent. Fucking love it man. Keep it up!

Yiu Cho said...

Could you please re-upload "Takeshi Inomata - Drum Method"? Many thanks in advance.

boogieman said...

I downloaded this one several years ago and realize now I never said thanks. Theme-Mustache has become a favorite. Thanks again Bacoso.