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|Released||March 21, 1989|
Wave is the fourteenth studio album by Japanese jazz fusion band T-Square. It was released on March 21, 1989.It was the first studio album by the band to be released under the name T-Square, whereas the previous albums released from 1978 to 1988 were under the name of "The Square".
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.
T-Square is a Japanese jazz fusion band formed in 1978. They became famous in the late 70s and early 80s along with other Japanese bands in the genre.
All music composed by Masahiro Andoh, except where noted.
Masahiro Andoh is a Japanese composer, guitarist and T-Square's leader from Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. He was also one-third of Ottottrio, a Superband led by three Japanese guitarists: himself, Hirokuni Korekata of KORENOS and Issei Noro of Casiopea.
|2.||"Love for Spy"||5:10|
|5.||"Route 405" (music: Hiroyuki Noritake & Mitsuru Sutoh)||5:19|
|6.||"Dooba Wooba!!" (music: Hirotaka Izumi)||2:07|
|8.||"Still I Love You"||6:22|
|11.||"Rachael" (music: Hirotaka Izumi)||6:24|
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