1st Studio, Onkio Haus, Tokyo. Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (山本剛 Yamamoto Tsuyoshi, born 23 March 1948) is a Japanese jazz pianist and composer. Yamamoto was largely self-taught as a pianist, although he did have piano lessons as a child. He attended Nihon University. As a student there, he played professionally, first as an accompanist to pop singer Micky Curtis; they toured Europe in 1967. In 1974, he became house pianist at Misty, a Tokyo jazz club. He also made his recording debut as leader that year.
TSUYOSHI YAMAMOTO - St. Elmo. Filed under Hard Bop By TSUYOSHI YAMAMOTO. A1 But Not For Me A2 Moonlight In Vermont A3 What A Wonderful World~My Foolish Heart A4 The More I See You B1 St. Elmo B2 Somebody Loves Me B3 You Don't Know What Love Is B4 If I Were A Bell. Bass – Kunimitsu Inaba Drum – Shinji Mori Piano – Tsuyoshi Yamamoto. Eastworld – EWJ-90035 (Japan). Recorded at IINO Hall, Tokyo June 7,8 1984. Thanks to snobb for the addition
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio offers just such a mood. Yamamoto is highly musical and his expressions natural. Neither overly technical nor overly serious, and his performance is relaxed and melodious. This album is his second, after the debut "Midnight Sugar" (TBM XR 0023). The same closely-knit trio plays here, with Isoo Fukui on bass and Tetsujiro Obara on drums.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto is a Japanese jazz pianist and composer.
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio. Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio. My One And Only Love. The Nearness Of You. 12:01. It Could Happen To You. 7:22. I'm A Fool To Want You. 3:00.
This album, now on SACD, is his second, after the debut of Midnight Sugar (FIM and it won the 'Best Engineering Award' from the Jazz Disk Awards in 1974 when it was originally released on TBM Records, one of Japan's oldest and most prestigious jazz labels.
|A1||But Not For Me|
|A2||Moonlight In Vermont|
|A3||What A Wonderful World~My Foolish Heart|
|A4||The More I See You|
|B2||Somebody Loves Me|
|B3||You Don't Know What Love Is|
|B4||If I Were A Bell|
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Recorded At – Iino Hall
- Bass – Kunimitsu Inaba
- Drum – Shinji Mori
- Engineer – Okihiko Sugano
- Piano – Tsuyoshi Yamamoto
NotesRecorded at IINO Hall, Tokyo June 7,8 1984
|EWJ-90035||Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio||St. Elmo (LP, Album)||Eastworld||EWJ-90035||Japan||1985|
|CP35-5026||Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio||St. Elmo (CD, Album)||Eastworld||CP35-5026||Japan||1985|