Hino often sounds like an exact duplicate of Freddie Hubbard in his prime on the more hard bop-oriented pieces while mixing in a bit of Miles Davis with Hubbard on the funkier numbers. He is joined by a fine Japanese group (in addition to Jay Hoggard on marimbas and vibes and percussionist Don Alias) which includes two percussionists who keep the rhythms torrid; Hoggard (particularly on marimbas) is a major part of the ensembles.
Spark is a hard bop music album recording by TERUMASA HINO released in 1994 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Somethin' Else TOCJ-5563 (Japan). Recoeded on March 9-11, 1994 at Crescente Studios, Tokyo. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
This is one of trumpeter Terumasa Hino's more interesting releases. Hino often sounds like an exact duplicate of Freddie Hubbard in his prime on the more hard bop-oriented pieces while mixing in a bit of Miles Davis with Hubbard on the funkier numbers.
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.
Hino, Terumasa: Taro's Mood.
|1||Song for My Father||6:48|
|4||Monday Night Village Gate||4:35|
|9||Obatala (Rumba Yeza)||2:39|
- Bass – Benisuke Sakai, Kenji Hino
- Drums – Motohiko Hino
- Marimba, Vibraphone – Jay Hoggard
- Percussion – Mark DeRose, Tatsuji Yokoyama
- Percussion, Arranged By – Don Alias
- Synthesizer – Hiromasa Suzuki, Takeaki Sugiyama
- Tenor Saxophone – Tatsuya Sano
- Trumpet – Terumasa Hino
|CDP 7243 8 30450 2 0||Terumasa Hino||Spark (CD, Album)||Blue Note||CDP 7243 8 30450 2 0||US||1994|