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. Recorded between December 1978 and March 1979 in Japan, "Casiopea" is Casiopea's self-titled debut album. The album includes the participation of some notable contemporary jazz players as David Sanborn on the saxophone, giving a special touch to Issei Noro's compositions
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
Bitter Sweet (Casiopea album). Make Up City is the fourth album by Casiopea released on November 21, 1980. Track listing - All Arranged by Isse. mage: Casiopea Make Up Cityalbumcover. Eyes of the Mind is the fifth album by Casiopea, released in 1981. The album was recorded in Los Angeles. Image: Casiopea Eyesof The Mindalbumcover. Cross Point is the sixth album by Casiopea recorded and released in 1981. Track listing - Personnel - CASIOPE. mage: Casiopea Cross Pointalbumcover. 4x4 (Casiopea album).
Bitter Sweet (Casiopea album). Connected to: Jazz fusion Japan Tokyo. Studio album by Casiopea. Bitter Sweet is the thirty-fourth album by the jazz fusion group Casiopea recorded and released in 2000.
1. (00:04:18) Casiopea - Go On! 2. (00:04:15) Casiopea - Pick Up the Good One. 3. (00:05:06) Casiopea - Acid Rain.
Bitter Sweet is a fusion music album recording by CASIOPEA released in 2000 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. PIONEER LDC PICL-1206 (Japan). Thanks to snobb for the updates. Bitter Sweet Geneon Pioneer Japan 2006.