2 November 2012

Masahiko Togashi-Gary Peacock-Masahiko Satoh-Wave, 1986

A small contribution to the Celebration of Masahiko Togashi's great oeuvre
A warm reunion, Gary Peacock , hooking up again with Old Friends, Togashi &Satoh, having spent the early 70's in Japan as a student of George Ohsawa, founder of the the Macrobiotic Diet.
Peacock recorded prolifically during that sojourn including several albums with  Togashi notably the profoundly beautiful Voices (Nippon Columbia 1971) and  with Satoh(Samahdi, Far East 1971)

This Appears to be out of print at source, a thorough internet check reveals that there are but a few copies available through Amazon, at well over the Hundred Dollar mark, with only one purporting to be 'New' at 40 or so dollars , hard to know for certain ,I am open to correction on the above point..
beautiful stuff Enjoy!!

PS .. the availability of Peacock's records is Commensurate with his stature, a first choice recommendation for anyone wanting to explore his records under his own name would be 'Voice from the past' an atmospheric session Featuring Stanko and Garbarek  from 1982 on ECM

As for Masahiko Satoh , One cant recommend strongly enough,the Hugely Potent "Yatagarasu' ,a trio with Broetzmann , and Moriyama, on the NOT TWO label
And the Magnificent, 'Signature' with Joelle Leandre , and Yuji Takahashi on RED TOUCAN

19 comments:

SOTISE said...

Click on the cover for Session Details

FLAC ,PICS
https://rapidshare.com/files/2553463671/WveTogPeaS.rar

Bozo the Clown said...

Thanks, Sol! Can't argue with this one! BTW,"Yatagarasu" IS incredible, w/ a vibe to it very reminiscent of Coltrane in JAPAN, except Satoh covers the keys differently to Alice.

wightdj said...

Very nice session, thanks.

Andy said...

Thanking you muchly.

roberto t. said...

It looks like a precious gem. Many thanks, of course!

glmlr said...

Thanks S. I hadn't heard this.

Wallofsound said...

Ta

Igor said...

New to me. Thanks, Sotise.

farosanderson said...

Thank you for the informative preamble (as always). I'm reminded that the aforementioned Voices has been sitting dormant on my shelves for some time. Definitely going to have to set up my turntable again soon.
Great upload, thank you.

Hookfinger said...

This is great. You have opened my ears to another whole dimension of jazz over the last couple of years. Thanks immensely.

toci said...

wanderfull.Many thanks!

Anonymous said...

I get an error on RS when trying to get to this one: "Download permission denied by uploader." Was it something that I said? Thanks

gdgm+

Anonymous said...

Hi
any chance for a re-up on this please?
Much thanks for your blog

Best

Jean

Eric said...

I missed the boat on this the first time around. If there is any way you could re-post I would be extremely grateful. Still impossible to track this one down.

Eric said...

Also, I forgot the most important part: THANK YOU very much regardless of whether you're able to re-post. Best thing on the web, right here.

sikes said...

Hi Sotise, please could you re-up this, thanks

DW said...

SOTISE, a re-up would be most welcome..

Anonymous said...

adding another voice to requests for re-up

francisco santos said...

re post, please...
THX!...