The first reissue of the crossover album "Okinawa" packed with various elements such as jazz, rock and funk by Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffaloes has been decided!
Akira Ishikawa, a drummer who led genchers and count buffaloes and led new jazz from the late 1960s to the 1970s.
This work, which he released under the name of "Akira Ishikawa and Count Buffaloes", incorporates various elements such as rock, funk, and afro, brings experimental elements to jazz, and also serves as a backing for pop and popular songs, entertainment. A compilation album created with the motif of Okinawa by Ishikawa, who is a rare person who also has various elements.
Kayo Ishu (child) and Time Five's chorus add glamor to Japanese MFSB-like performances that incorporate disco beats.
Akira Ishikawa (dr), Takao Naoi (g), Hideo Ichikawa (Key), Masaoki Terakawa (b), Toshinaga Larry (per), Koji Hatori (tp), Eiji Arai (tb), Takeru Muraoka (ts, as) ), Masao Suzuki (bs), Ohno Group (Strings), Time Five (vo), Kayo Ishu (vo).