9 thoughts on “ Water Melon Man - Terumasa Hino - Mas Que Nada (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Terumasa Hino - Mas Que Nada at Discogs. Complete your Terumasa Hino collection/5(7).
  2. Water Melon Man: Yesterday: I Got Rhythm: Taboo: La Chanson d'Orphée: バージョン (4) お手持ちのバージョンを探す. カタログ # アーティスト タイトル (フォーマット) レーベル カタログ # 国 年; RGP Terumasa Hino: Mas Que Nada ‎ (LP) RCA: RGP /5(7).
  3. Mar 21,  · A live version was released on the double LP Flood (), recorded in Japan. On the intro and outro of the tune, percussionist Bill Summers blows into a beer bottle imitating hindewhu.
  4. Herbie Hancock's "Watermelon Man" was a gigantic hit for Mongo Santamaria in , doing for him in the '60s what Pérez Prado's big mambo hits did for him in the '50s. Naturally, then, the follow-up LP to the single is devoted to 12 airplay-length tracks loaded with bright, swinging Latin cha-chas and mambo rhythms mixed with blues, soul, and jazz, presumably suitable for twisting the night away.
  5. A searing live performance from this brilliant Japanese trumpeter – working here at the height of his stretched-out, open-ended powers – but with a style that's a bit more inside than some of his work from the start of the 70s! Hino really shows himself to be a great leader here – LP, Vinyl record album.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mas Que Nada on Discogs. Label: RCA - RGP • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Latin Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Bossanova, Easy Listening Terumasa Hino ‎– Mas Que Nada Label: RCA ‎– RGP Water Melon Man: B3: Yesterday: B4: I 4/5(3).
  7. An early US session from trumpeter Terumasa Hino – working here in a very long and stretched-out style – very much the most edgy modes of his earliest years! Tracks are all quite long, and really open up with fierce horn work – both from Hino on trumpet and flugelhorn, and from the great Steve Grossman on tenor and soprano sax – blowing boldly to match Terumasa 's youthful energy on.
  8. A rare Japanese-only session from – one that features trumpeter Terumasa Hino co-leading the record with Johnny Hartman, and an album that never came out in the US! The feel here is easygoing and jazzy – not nearly as dark and brooding as some of Hartman's other ballad albums, and in a mode that takes full advantage of the higher level of recording offered in the Japanese studios.
  9. May 20,  · Water Melon Man / BFJO team-Yoshikawa - Duration: HaitinHitoshi views. Cantaloupe Island Live - Alex Hutchings & Kevin Inthawong Band. Herbie Hancock Cover - .

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