* First complete limited production
* With obi
This is awful!
The phony jazz records of the early Showa era are revived for the 100th anniversary of jazz music! The phony records that were sold at night stalls in the early Showa period. The "Best of Bad Jazz Music" selected from among them has been revived with the latest digital mastering beyond 80 years! 12 songs selected from 23 gems including hit numbers such as "Arabian Song," "My Blue Sky," "Dinah," and "Shanghai Lil," which have been released on CD!
Florence Foster Jenkins would be surprised! There are drunken, lost singers, jazzmen challenging difficult tunes, and clowning around! However, this is also a raw and precious record of a prewar Showa era jazz band!
The exhibition will provide a unique perspective on society, culture, and the world buried in history before, during, and after World War II. During World War II? The label "Gramo Club" is dedicated to presenting SP sound recordings from the prewar, wartime, and postwar periods on CD, and has 45 CDs of their labor. P Vine will release 45 CDs on LP with remastering suitable for analog LPs, transcending time and space to make them easier to listen to.
The exhibitions at the Nakanoshima Library in Osaka and the Yomiuri Shimbun's Tokyo headquarters in Tokyo (2022), which featured a collection of rare SP records (SP vinyl), were well received, and we are preparing for another exhibition next year with a new composition. A new project by P Vine and GRAMORABU is also underway, so stay tuned!