Kazumi Watanabe

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Krentz Ratings:
Endless Way (1975), 6.5/10
Kylyn (1979), 5.5/10
To Chi Ka (1980), 7/10
Mobo 1 (1983), 5.5/10
The Spice of Life (1986), 7/10
Oyatsu (1994), 5.5/10
Oyatsu 2 Ensuko (1995), 5.5/10

Japanese guitarist Kazumi Watanabe (1953), who had debuted with the four lengthy suites of Endless Way (july 1975), accompanied by saxophone (Hidefumi Toki), trombone, bass and drums, attained celebrity with the smooth fusion music of ensemble recordings such as Kylyn (may 1979) and Mobo I (september 1983), but his more original take on the genre was perhaps To Chi Ka (march 1980), featuring keyboardist Kenny Kirkland and vibraphonist Mike Manieri. Spice Of Life (november 1986) debuted a trio with rock drummer Bill Bruford and bassist Jeff Berlin.

Oyatsu (august 1994) and Oyatsu 2 Ensoku (august 1995) contain solo pieces.

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