October 22, 2018

Mao Yamamoto (org) and Yutaka Hashimoto (gt) played Cafe Prélude in Osaka on October 20th, 2018


Mao Yamamoto (hammond organ) and Yutaka Hashimoto (electric guitar) performed at Cafe Prélude in Osaka on October 20th, 2018.







Personnel:

- Mao Yamamoto (hammond organ)

- Yutaka Hashimoto (electric guitar)

at Cafe Prélude in Osaka, Japan on Saturday, October 20th, 2018



Set list for the show
* 1st Stage
1. In A Mellow Tone
2. Mimosa
3. Someday My Prince Will Come
4. Misty
5. One Note Samba
* 2nd Stage
1. Shiny Stockings
2. Georgia On My Mind
3. Triste
4. Feeling Fall / Mao Yamamoto
5. How High The Moon
* Encore
On The Sunny Side Of The Street







They played jazz standards, as well as one of Yamamoto's original compositions.

The combination of hammond organ and electric guitar is rare in the live music scene. However, they sounded quite comfortable in the cozy cafe on the afternoon of the beautiful fall day.





Signboard at Cafe Prélude in Osaka on Oct 20, 2018






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posted by Jazz Up Japan at 10:00 on October 22, 2018 JST | show report | このブログの読者になる | 更新情報をチェックする

October 14, 2018

Colin Vallon Trio played Osaka Municipal Abeno Ward Inhabitant Center Small Hall in Osaka on October 10th, 2018

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October 07, 2018

Sadao Watanabe played Billboard Live Osaka in Osaka, Japan on October 1st and 2nd, 2018


Sadao Watanabe (alto saxophone), Fabio Torres (piano), Swami Jr. (guitar), Kiichiro Komobuchi (double bass) and Celso De Almeida (drums) performed at Billboard Live Osaka in Osaka, Japan on October 1st and 2nd, 2018.







Personnel:

- Sadao Watanabe (alto saxophone)

- Fabio Torres (piano)

- Swami Jr. (guitar)

- Kiichiro Komobuchi (double bass)

- Celso De Almeida (drums)


at Billboard Live Osaka in Osaka, Japan on October 1st and 2nd, 2018









They played songs from Watanabe's latest album "Re-Bop The Night" among others.

Watanabe was so amazing that he kept blowing his ax with hardly any breaks, sometimes tapping the cymbal, for about eighty minutes on the stage.






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posted by Jazz Up Japan at 11:04 on October 07, 2018 JST | show report | このブログの読者になる | 更新情報をチェックする