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Toshiko - Mariano Quartet, West Side
Studio album by
Released1963
RecordedTokyo, 1963 March 30
GenreJazz
LabelTakt (Nippon Columbia)
Toshiko Akiyoshi chronology
Live at Birdland
(1961)
Toshiko - Mariano Quartet, West Side
(1963)
The Country and Western Sound of Jazz Pianos
(1963)
Charlie Mariano chronology
Live at Birdland
(1961)
Toshiko - Mariano Quartet, West Side
(1963)
Folk Soul
(1967)


Toshiko–Mariano Quartet (in West Side) is a jazz album by pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi and alto saxophonist Charlie Mariano and was recorded in Tokyo in 1963 and released on the Nippon Columbia/Takt label. This album is related to the similar RCA Mariano/Akiyoshi release, East and West but is not to be confused with the 1961 Candid recording, The Toshiko–Mariano Quartet.

Track listing

LP side 1

  1. "Tonight" (Bernstein, Sondheim)
  2. "Something's Coming" (Bernstein, Sondheim)
  3. "America" (Bernstein, Sondheim)
  4. "Maria" (Bernstein, Sondheim)

LP side 2

  1. "Cool" (Bernstein, Sondheim)
  2. "Plaisir d'amour" (Martini)
  3. "Malagueña" (Lecuona)
  4. "Oleo" (Rollins)

Personnel

Similar RCA release

A slightly different album titled East and West (Toshiko Akiyoshi and Charlie Mariano) was released by RCA / Victor Japan (BVCJ-7420 and RVL-5518[1] and PG-1501[2]) that included the same five West Side Story tracks but added two different tracks in place of the three non-West Side Story tracks.

  1. "Haru No Umi" (春の海)
  2. "Stone Garden of Ryoan Temple" (竜安寺の石庭)

Personnel on "Stone Garden of Ryoan Temple":

References / External links

  • BVCJ-7420
  • Allmusic
  • NIPPON Columbia Records NS-1001


Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's West Side Story (1957)
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