The jazz album Toshiko Meets Her Old Pals (Japanese Title: 敏子, 旧友に会う) was recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi in Tokyo in March 1961 and released by King Records in Japan. All tracks from this album as well as 1961's Long Yellow Road (Trio) were later combined on a single album released by King Jazz as 1961 - Toshiko Akiyoshi, a History of King Jazz Recordings.
The jazz album Toshiko Meets Her Old Pals (Japanese Title: 敏子, 旧友に会う) was recorded by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi in Tokyo in March 1961 and released by King Records in Japan. com/Toshiko Meets Her Old Pals.
Since her debut recording for Norgran Records in 1954, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and big band leader Toshiko Akiyoshi has recorded continuously – almost exclusively as a leader of small jazz combos and of her big bands – averaging one studio album release per year for well over 50 years. She has also recorded several live albums in solo, small combo and big band settings, including three big band concert videos. So What" (Davis) – 10:50. Formerly known as Edo, it has been the de facto seat of government since 1603 when Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu made the city his headquarters.
Singer Toshiko Akiyoshi. Album Toshiko Meets Her Old Pals. Date of release 1994. Other formats APE AU MP1 AA VOC VQF AIFF. Composed By – Charlie Mariano. Composed By – Toshiko Mariano. B3. Watasu No Biethovin. Companies, etc. Made By – King Record Co. Ltd.