|Live album by|
|Released||April 21, 1980|
|Recorded||February 8 & 9, 1980|
|Venue||ABC Hall, Shiba, Tokyo |
|Label|| Alfa Records |
|Producer||Shunsuke Miyazumi, Shinji Sawada|
Thunder Live is the third and first live album released by the jazz fusion group Casiopea in 1980 (see 1980 in music). This album marked the first appearance of drummer Akira Jimbo, who replaced Takashi Sasaki that same year.
Jazz fusion is a music genre that developed in the late 1960s when musicians combined jazz harmony and improvisation with rock music, funk, and rhythm and blues. Electric guitars, amplifiers, and keyboards that were popular in rock and roll started to be used by jazz musicians, particularly those who had grown up listening to rock and roll.
Casiopea, also known as Casiopea 3rd, is a Japanese jazz fusion band formed in 1976 by guitarist Issei Noro, bassist Tetsuo Sakurai, and keyboardist Hidehiko Koike. In 1977, keyboardist Minoru Mukaiya and drummer Takashi Sasaki joined, leaving out Hidehiko. They recorded their debut album Casiopea (1979) with guest appearances by American jazz musicians Randy Brecker, Michael Brecker, and David Sanborn. In 1980, Sasaki was replaced by Akira Jimbo. Casiopea has released over 30 albums in Japan and around the world.
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1980.
All tunes arranged by Issei Noro.
|1.||"Space Road"||Issei Noro||6:38|
|2.||"Sailing Alone"||Tetsuo Sakurai||7:53|
|3.||"I'm Sorry"||Issei Noro||5:09|
|1.||"Have a Nice Dream"||Issei Noro||6:30|
|2.||"Black Joke"||Issei Noro||9:07|
|3.||"Midnight Rendezvous"||Issei Noro||6:34|
A record producer or music producer oversees and manages the sound recording and production of a band or performer's music, which may range from recording one song to recording a lengthy concept album. A producer has many, varying roles during the recording process. They may gather musical ideas for the project, collaborate with the artists to select cover tunes or original songs by the artist/group, work with artists and help them to improve their songs, lyrics or arrangements.
An audio engineer helps to produce a recording or a live performance, balancing and adjusting sound sources using equalization and audio effects, mixing, reproduction, and reinforcement of sound. Audio engineers work on the "...technical aspect of recording—the placing of microphones, pre-amp knobs, the setting of levels. The physical recording of any project is done by an engineer ... the nuts and bolts." It's a creative hobby and profession where musical instruments and technology are used to produce sound for film, radio, television, music, and video games. Audio engineers also set up, sound check and do live sound mixing using a mixing console and a sound reinforcement system for music concerts, theatre, sports games and corporate events.
A mixing engineer is a person responsible for combining ("mixing") the different sonic elements of a piece of recorded music into a final version of a song. They mix the elements of a recorded piece together to achieve a good balance of volume, while at the same time deciding other properties such as pan positioning, effects, and so on.
|Japan||April 21, 1980||Alfa Records||30cmLP||ALR-6037||stereo|
|December 21, 1986||12cmCD||32XA-106|
|March 21, 1992||ALCA-273|
|June 29, 1994||ALCA-9003|
|July 23, 1998||ALCA-9198|
|December 19, 2001||Village Records||remastered 12cmCD||VRCL-2203||DSD, LP paper jacket|
|January 17, 2002||VRCL-2223||DSD|
|May 27, 2009||Sony Music Direct||MHCL-20005||DSD, Blu-spec CD, LP paper jacket|
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Issei Noro is a Japanese jazz fusion guitarist who is one of the founding members and the main composer of the band Casiopea. He has released 6 solo albums and a compilation. He also works as an instructor of a guitar clinic, and as a producer.
Casiopea is the debut album of the jazz fusion group Casiopea which was recorded between 1978-1979 and released later that year. The album showed two racecars racing each other on a raceway.
Super Flight is the second album by Casiopea recorded and released in 1979.
Make Up City is the fourth album by Casiopea released on November 21, 1980.
Eyes of the Mind is the fifth album by Casiopea, released in 1981. The album was recorded in Los Angeles.
Cross Point is the sixth album by Casiopea recorded and released in 1981.
Mint Jams is the seventh and the second live album by Japanese jazz-fusion band Casiopea, released on May 12, 1982.
4×4 FOUR BY FOUR is the eighth album by Casiopea recorded and released in 1982. Lee Ritenour, Harvey Mason, Nathan East, and Don Grusin participated in the recording of this album.
Photographs is the ninth album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1983.
Jive Jive is the tenth album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1983.
The Soundgraphy is the 11th album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1984 at Japan. This is also Casiopea's first Compilation album.
Down Upbeat is 12th album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1984.
Halle is the 13th album by Casiopea released in 1985.
Casiopea Live is the third live video by Casiopea, released in 1985. This is also Casiopea's 14th album overall.
Sun Sun is the 15th album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1986.
Casiopea Perfect Live II is the fourth live video released by the jazz fusion group Casiopea.
On February 25, 1987, it was released with a laser disc from laser disc Co., Ltd. 7" single record "Asian Dreamer" was distributed as the first board purchase privilege.
On July 10, 1987, it became a LP record from Alfa Records.
In 2000, it was recurred as DVD "CASIOPEA LIVE HISTORY PART-I". Finally, as a privilege picture, Issei Noro interview was added.
This is contains tour final concert at U-Port hall that was Cassiopeia’s tenth anniversary tour.
DRAMATIC is the 24th album by the jazz fusion group Casiopea recorded and released in 1993. It is also an album which marks the introduction of a new Casiopea Member, Noriaki Kumagai, who replaced Masaaki Hiyama on drums due to his Medical problems caused by smoking, and, this also marks Casiopea's Return to Alfa Records. This album has a song, "Shocking Function", which includes Former T-Square Member, Kiyohiko Senba, on percussion.
Answers is the 25th album by jazz fusion group Casiopea released in 1994.
Hearty Notes is the twenty-sixth album and the first one in which all four members of Casiopea play acoustic instruments. This style is referenced on an acoustic version of their 1983 song "Lookin' Up" on their 1994 album Asian Dreamer and again on "Seasons" from their 1996 album Flowers.
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