Bass – Ray Ohara Drums – Shuichi 'Ponta' Murakami Keyboards, Vocals – Akiko Yano Percussion – Pecker Producer, Mixed By, Guitar – Kazumi Watanabe Producer, Mixed By, Keyboards – Ryuichi Sakamoto Saxophone – Toshiyuki Honda, Yasuaki Shimizu Trombone – Shigeharu Mukai.
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Kazumi Watanabe (渡辺香津美) is a Japanese guitarist. He was born on October 14, 1953 in Tokyo, Japan. Watanabe learned guitar at the age of 12 from Sadanori Nakamure at the Yamaha Music School in Tokyo. He released his first album in 1971. In 1979, he formed a jazz rock band with some of Japan's leading studio musicians, and recorded the album Kylyn. During that year, he toured with the pop band Yellow Magic Orchestra.
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Kylyn is a music studio album recording by KAZUMI WATANABE (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1979 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Kylyn Columbia Japan 2005. Kylyn Live Columbia 2017.
Kazumi Watanabe - guitar Ryuichi Sakamoto - Fender Rhodes, acoustic piano, Prophet 5, Polymoog, Arp Odissey, Korg PS-3100, background vocals Shuichi "Ponta" Murakami - drums Ray Ohara - Fender Jazz bass, background vocals Pecker - congas, timbales, percussion, vocals Shigeharu Mukai - trombone, background vocals Yasuaki Shimizu - tenor saxophone, background vocals Toshiyuki Honda - alto saxophone, background vocals Akiko Yano - keyboards, vocals Recorded at Roppongi Pit Inn, Tokyo on.
KAZUMI WATANABE - Kylyn Live. Filed under Fusion By KAZUMI WATANABE.
Kylyn is a 1979 fusion album by Kazumi Watanabe (actually released as an eponymous album by "Kylyn"). It was released in June 1979, whilst the recording sessions took place between April and May. Kylyn was also the name of Watanabe's group at the time, and at times it featured fellow Ryuichi Sakamoto on synths and keyboards. Sakamoto and Watanabe did work together for the album Tokyo Joe released the previous year. Track List 01. 199X (Watanabe) 1:56 02.