Takeshi Inomata - Sounds Of Sound L.T.D. [Clear Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Japanese jazz and Jazz Rock masterpieces are re-released on clear vinyl!The raging drums scorch the times. Accompanied by a whirlwind of young talents, Takeshi Inomata proudly heralds the arrival of the golden age of jazz-rock. Takeshi Inomata, a drummer who led the jazz scene in Japan with his precise stick work and musicality that looked ahead to the times. At the end of the 1960s, he was influenced by brass rock, which was flourishing at the time, and formed Sound Limited. 'I want to fuse jazz and rock and bring together young musicians to do music with vitality, and I want this group to be a large-scale group that does not fit into the small framework of modern jazz,' he says. His first album and masterpiece was 'Sounds of Sound L. T. D. '(1970). Led by 'Theme - Moustache', which is loved as a symbolic song, it is a masterpiece full of dynamism and enthusiasm throughout the film. text by Yusuke Ogawa (UNIVERSOUNDS/DEEP JAZZ REALITY)LISTEN:https://youtu. Be/fWCCZJ7n9a8Tracklist:Side A1. Theme-Mustache 2. Tak's Tune 3. Joint SIde B1. Monster 2. Lullaby For Yuh 3. Scotland Scene 4. Theme