Material (Casiopea album)

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Material
Studio album by Casiopea
Released May 19, 1999
Recorded at Studio Jive, Tokyo Japan 1999
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 49:15
Label Pony Canyon
PCCR-00304
Producer Casiopea
Casiopea chronology
Be
(1998)
Material
(1999)
20th
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 0/5 stars[1]

Material is the thirty-second album by the jazz fusion group Casiopea recorded and released in 1999.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "Freak Jack" Issei Noro 4:06
2. "Down South" Akira Jimbo 3:54
3. "Twinkle Visions" Issei Noro 3:56
4. "Naturally" Issei Noro 4:49
5. "The Night In Blue" Issei Noro 4:39
6. "Longing" Issei Noro 4:42
7. "Precious Joy" Yoshihiro Naruse 5:09
8. "Lucky Stars" Minoru Mukaiya 4:12
9. "Promenade" Minoru Mukaiya 4:24
10. "Day And Night" Issei Noro 4:24
11. "City Talk" Issei Noro 5:00
Total length: 49:15

Personnel[edit]

CASIOPEA are

Issei Noro - Guitars, Synthesizer, Voice
Minoru Mukaiya - keyboards
Yoshihiro Naruse - Bass, Bass Synthesizer

Supported

Akira Jimbo - drums, Hip Gig (M-2,7)

Additional Musicians

Takahiro Kaneko - Tenor Saxophone (M-1,2,11)
Futoshi Kobayashi - Trumpet (M-1,2,11)
Yasushi Horicuchi & CASIOPEA - Manipulation of Synthesizer & Sequencer

Production[edit]

  • Sound Produced - CASIOPEA
  • Recording & Mixing Engineer - Hiroyuki Shimura
  • Assistant Engineer - Masashi Yanagisawa, Tadashi Yamaguchi
  • Mastering Engineer - Mitsukazu Tanaka
  • Instruments Technician - Yasushi Horiuchi, Eisuke Sasaki, Satoshi Tsuchiya
  • Art Direction & Design - Satoshi Yanagisawa
  • Photography - Masumi Harada, Satoshi Yanagisawa
  • Hair & Make up - Nobuyuki Kohgo

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog Note
Japan May 19, 1999 Pony Canyon 12cmCD PCCR-00304
November 20, 2008 remastered 12cmCD PCCR-50014 DSD, HQCD
Japan
Australia
Canada
U.S.A.
U.K.
August 10, 2010 Digital distribution 389199312 iTunes Store[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Casiopea Material". Apple Inc. Retrieved 2014-09-26. 

External links[edit]