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Artist: Motohiko Hino Album: First Album Genre: Post-Bop Label: Takt Jazz Series/Columbia Released: 1971/2000 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: 01. Gingerbread Boy (14:56) 02. Into The Heaven (5:15) 03. Mine Tune (20:37). 1 post, Page 1 of 1. Similar Topics.
Motohiko Hino 1971 First Album. 01. Gingerbread Boy 14:52 02. Into The Heaven 5:11 03. Introduction - Mine Tune 20:40. Recorded at Tokyo Studio Center on September 6, 7 & 8, 1970. Hino’s father was a musician and dancer, and Motohiko became a tap dancer before taking up the drums when he was 10 (his brother Terumasa Hino is a notable trumpeter).
Chick Corea Akoustic Band.
Drums, Primary Artist.
Columbia, Takt Jazz Series. Vendi questa versione. Masahiko Satoh, Motohiko Hino, Benisuke Sakai - Live At Pit-Inn '98 (CD, Album). Studio Songs (2). YZSO 10026.
East Meets West is the debut album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It was recorded in 1977 at the Onkio Haus in Tokyo with bassist Clint Houston and Motohiko Hino on drums. The opening tracks of either side of the LP include trumpeter Terumasa Hino, the drummer's brother. The album was released under the title John Scofield in 1978 by Trio Records in Japan. After Trio closed, Black Hawk Records released the album in 1987 under the title East Meets West.
MOTOHIKO HINO is a hard bop, post-fusion contemporary, post bop, fusion avant-garde jazz music artist. Toko’ Hino’s father was a musician and dancer, and Motohiko became a tap dancer before taking up the drums when he was 10 (his brother Terumasa Hino is a notable trumpeter). Hino turned professional when he was 17 and from 1972 won, yearly, the Swing Journal polls as Japan’s top drummer. Hino moved to New York in 1978, and during a short stay played in JoAnne Brackeen’s trio.
Alone Together (Terumasa Hino album). Alone Together is a free jazz album by Terumasa Hino. It was released in 1970 under Columbia Records, as part of the Takt Jazz Series. Alone Together" (Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz) – 18:01. Terumasa Hino - trumpet, flugelhorn. Steve Grossman - tenor and soprano sax. Harold Mabern - piano, electric piano. Richard Davis - bass. Motohiko Hino - drums.