Euphony (Casiopea album)

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Euphony
Studio album by Casiopea
Released April 25, 1988
Recorded from January 7 to February 5, 1988
Studio Studio Jive, Tokyo Japan
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 40:55
Label Polydor K.K. / AURA
28MX-2549
Producer Issei Noro, Shunsuke Miyazumi
Casiopea chronology
Platinum
(1987)
Euphony
(1988)
Casiopea World Live '88
(1988)
Singles from Euphony
  1. "Bayside Express/Taiyo-Fu H10P-30002"
    Released: April 25, 1988
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 0/5 stars[1]

Euphony is the 18th album released by the jazz fusion group Casiopea in 1988.

Track listing[edit]

Side A
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Taiyo-Fu" (The Wind From The Sun) - Issei Noro 4:13
2. "Shadow Man" - Issei Noro 4:07
3. "Super Sonic Movement" - Issei Noro 4:24
4. "Inishie" (Old Times) - Minoru Mukaiya 3:44
5. "Bayside Express" - Issei Noro 4:54
Total length: 20:52
Side B
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Sentimental Avenue" - Issei Noro 3:25
2. "Solid Swing" - Akira Jimbo 1:58
3. "Hacker" - Minoru Mukaiya 3:25
4. "Pure Green" - Issei Noro 4:10
5. "Red Zone" - Tetsuo Sakurai 3:07
6. "Mei-Mu" (Shallow Dreams) - Issei Noro 3:58
Total length: 20:03

Re-released in 2009 with "Halle" (live version) added to the track listing.

Personnel[edit]

CASIOPEA are

Issei Noro - Electric guitar (YAMAHA ISSEI MODEL, G10 Guitar MIDI Controller with TX802 & D-50, RX-5), Acoustic guitar (D'AGOSTINO GUITAR)
Minoru Mukaiya - Keyboards (YAMAHA KX-88, DX-7, TX-816, TX-16W, QX-3, RX-5, EMULATOR II, KORG DSM-1, Acoustic Piano, ROLAND D-50 & D-550, DYNACORD ADD-one, OBERHEIM EXPANDER)
Tetsuo Sakurai - Electric Bass (YAMAHA BB-5000 & 5000 W/PIEZO PICK UP. STUD Bass, BB-3000 fretless)
Akira Jimbo - Drums (YAMAHA YD-9000 & 6000 Series, ZILDJAN CYMBALS & Hooper Drum)

Production[edit]


  • Production management - Masato Arai
  • Management - Fumiaki Takahashi, Katsuhiro Maruichi, Hisashi Aratake
  • Equipment Co-Ordinator - Hideji "Mahka" Uekusa


  • Art Director - Masami Akiyama
  • Photograph - Osamu Yabushita
  • Stylist - Reiko Ohishi
  • Hair & Make - Tadamichi Hiwatashi
  • Visual Supervisor - Masahiro Tomioka

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog Note
Japan April 25, 1988 Polydor K.K. / AURA 30cmLP 28MX-2549 stereo
12cmCD H33P-20241
July 1, 1992 POCH-1222
June 24, 2009 Universal Music LLC / AURA remastered SHM-CD UPCY-6539
June 24, 2017 UPCY-9701 J-FUSION 40th

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