Shoji Yokouchi Trio, Yuri Tashiro - Greensleeves (red vinyl)
Shoji Yokouchi Trio, Yuri Tashiro - Greensleeves (red vinyl)
Shoji Yokouchi Trio, Yuri Tashiro - Greensleeves (red vinyl)
Shoji Yokouchi Trio, Yuri Tashiro - Greensleeves (red vinyl)

Shoji Yokouchi Trio, Yuri Tashiro - Greensleeves (red vinyl)

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Shoji Yokouchi - electric guitar, folk guitar, gut guitar

Kunimitsu Inaba - bass

Hajime Ishimatsu - drums

Yuri Tashiro - Hammond organ

Written by Shoji Yokouchi (A4, B1, B3), Ann Ronnell (A1), Bobby Timmons (A2), Erroll Garner (A3)

B2 is a traditional song

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited to 500 numbered copies

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : red

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Multichannel

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Three Blind Mice

Original Label : Three Blind Mice

Recorded at Epicurus Studio on September 6 & 8, 1978

Recorded by Yoshihiko Kannari

Engineered by Mitsuharu Kobayashi

Produced by Takeshi "Tee" Fujii

Originally released in 1978

Reissued in 2018

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. Willow Weep For Me
  2. Moanin'
  3. Misty
  4. Drink Up Your Vodka Martini

Side B :

  1. New Orleans Sunday
  2. Greensleeves
  3. Your Watch Is Ten Minutes Slow

         

        Reviews :

        "This is the best audiophile system demonstration LP I have heard in ages, and a must-own." - positive-feedback.com

        "I am familiar, of course, with this prestige audiophile label from Japan, but only own two of their recordings: Midnight Sugar and Girl Talk. Both are famous superb recordings, and offer amazing audiophile sound and performances of top notch jazz arrangements. They have been reissued often by TBM and other companies, worldwide. That said, Greensleeves has never been reissued on LP by anyone, anywhere! Maybe Greensleeves was just too exciting, too bold, too dynamic, too melodic, too unusual to include a Hammond B3 organ, or maybe just ALL of the above!"

        "I cannot understand how [Chris] Bellman got 100% of the dynamics, power, subterranean deep powerful bass, delicate guitar, bass riffs, and drums all on a 33 RPM release without the instruments colliding into one another. I am shocked by the RTI pressing of such utter quiet and explosive punch... harmonics and layered realistic textures lived in the room as the needle found its groove. Imaging is pin-point stable and precise, and dynamics never overload."

        "If this is not the ultimate audiophile demonstration LP released this year, then none will be released. I dare you to stop listening to this LP once the first cut has commenced! With mostly standards jazzed up for the brilliant musicians to love to play, I was constantly tapping my toes and reminiscing on when I first heard a certain melody. What great fun!”

        " ...Packaged by Impex in slick classy gloss and full color, Greensleeves is a high-quality production for a top jazz collection. Prediction: this release will triple in price! For those smart enough to buy multiple copies and put extras away, a bonus awaits them! This is the best audiophile system demonstration LP I have heard in ages, and a must-own. Thank you Impex! Greensleeves receives my highest BUY recommendation!" - Robert H. Levi, positive-feedback.com,

         

        Ratings :

        Discogs : 4,78 / 5

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