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In This Case,,,

by Ro Hasegawa

Main streem jazz. n.y. sound
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. In This Case,,,
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2. The Freezin' Blue
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3. How Am I To Know?
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4. Evidence
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5. The Forecaster
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6. Stars Fell On Alabama
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7. I've Got The World On A String
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8. These Foolish Things
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Ro Hasegawa

Born in Kyoto, Japan.Ro Hasegawa began playing saxophone when he was a
student at Kansai University in early 90's.The participation in Billy
Higgins' Workshop was one of a turning point that made him convinced to
pursuit the career in jazz music. After graduated from Kansai University,
he established his local presence as a saxophonist and performed regularly
with his mentor, Mitsuru Nishiyama (bassist) and other local artists as well
as leading his own group, Lo4 (quartet) and Ro-Chestra (a 14 piece big
band).

Introduced by Nishiyama, he had studied with Milt Jackson, Kenny Barron,
Hank Jones, and Ralph Moore. These particular encounters made his mind and
set him off to the United States. Moved to New York in 1999, he attended at
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music given an opportunity studying with Melvin
Smith, Ohada Tarmor, Enos Paine, Terence Conley, Helen Sun, and Sean Moran.
In addition, privately he had studied with Wes Anderson (former member of
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra).

In April and May of 2005 preceding the album release, completed a 10-day
national tour in Japan including appearances in 2 major jazz festivals in
Kansai area

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