While France Brittany-born, rhythm section that represents the profound Yann Pittard and the avant-garde world of Japan to Arab music, Arabian teamed Yoshida Tatsuya Nasuno Mitsuru - Progressive punk improvisation trio PYN (Pittard / Yoshida / Nasuno). Inspired by the pull-and eccentric vocals of Yang of deviant oud, raise one's voice even Nasuno you do not sung everyday. While full-length full improvisation to catch the riff presented by the Yang instantly Yoshida Nasuno, its performance is likely to hear a masterpiece, yet quite a pop to end with exquisite timing and waged an inter-play while extending it. 2013 from three live multi-track recording of 2014 each for 20 minutes, the seven songs that Yang and Yoshida Nasuno was subjected to a base of overdubs to session in the rehearsal studio, which was carried out in the first meeting in 2009 recording.
You may remember him as the leader of the All-Star Frogs (1970-1983) and the Power Trio (1983-present), doing humorous and raunchy blues originals such as “Tie You Up!” and “More Love, More Money”. You may remember the Tumatoe tours of local clubs and endless spins of his songs on college radio in the ’70s and ’80s. You may not know that he played in a FIJI house band (Lothar and the Hand People) at the University of Illinois, the band name created by Bill Geist, CBS Sunday Morning News Correspondent; recorded for Warner Bros. (I Like My Job, produced by John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival fame); and was a member of REO Speedwagon — he left in 1969, evidently taking all rocking bluesy rootsy-ness with him — and he grew up on the South Side of Chicago, a blues-loving youth who hung with the legends.
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