Genre: Jazz
Label: Craftman
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


The Yamamoto Trio Girl Talk 180g Import LP

The Yamamato Trio

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Import 180g Vinyl LP!
Limited Quantity Available!

Completing a "trilogy" of great records that started with Midnight Sugar and Misty, Girl Talk solidified Tsuyoshi Yamamoto's reputation as Japan's premier jazz pianist. Though he would continue to tour and record for Takeshi "Tee" Fujii more than a decade, Girl Talk became the pinnacle of his career. This trio of classic LPs together are a benchmark in Japanese jazz records in particular and recording engineering in general. As usual, master recordist Yoshihiko Kannari worked with Yamamoto, bassist Akira Daiyoshi and drummer Tetsujiro Onaba at AOI Studios, Tokyo, which featured a tight, nicely baffled room. Kannari's recordings are prized for their immediacy and dynamic expressiveness, both traits exhibited on Girl Talk to startling effect. Like Midnight Sugar and Misty before it, Kannari's work on Girl Talk won him the prestigious Swing Journal Critic Poll "Jazz Disc" Engineering award in 1976.


  • 180g Vinyl
  • 33rpm
  • From the Original Master Tapes
  • OBI
  • Import


Tsuyoshi Yamamoto piano
Akira Daiyoshi bass
Tetsujiro Obara drums


Side A:

  1. The Way We Were
  2. Girl Talk
  3. Gone With The Wind

Side B:

  1. Take The 'A' Train
  2. I Love You Porgy
  3. What Now My Love
  4. Autumn In New York

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