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Jazz trumpeter Hino attacks schoolboy drummer

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Not that he can be blamed for wanting to slap a drummer to stop an interminable drum solo, we've all been there, but...what is this, The Normalization Of Whiplash?

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It seems the drummer's parents had a similar comment.

He added that the boy's parents were “grateful to Hino."

 

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9 hours ago, Rooster_Ties said:

Was he rushing or dragging?

:lol:

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12 hours ago, kh1958 said:

It seems the drummer's parents had a similar comment.

He added that the boy's parents were “grateful to Hino."

 

If the kid's playing at a gig inspired a total stranger to slap him, you can only imagine how his parents must feel when they hear him practicing for hours on end. 

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LOL

This sounds like something out of "The Onion"!!!

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2 hours ago, gvopedz said:

The trumpeter is lucky he never slapped John Bonham.

Or Buddy Rich...

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16 hours ago, kh1958 said:

It seems the drummer's parents had a similar comment.

He added that the boy's parents were “grateful to Hino."

 

Long game!

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I did a double take when I read that Hino is 74. I did not think he was that old.

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3 hours ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

I did a double take when I read that Hino is 74. I did not think he was that old.

I was surprised when I learned that next year Heino will be 80!  

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13 hours ago, Kevin Bresnahan said:

I did a double take when I read that Hino is 74. I did not think he was that old.

Same here. Always thought of him as a young whippersnapper alongside people like John Abercrombie when I ws just getting into jazz.

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I never followed him that much, but always liked this album.

Now Hear This

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I was at a show last night and the drummer took an extended solo. I leaned over and whispered to my friend Bob, "He's lucky Terumasa Hino isn't up there". We got a good laugh. It was an excellent drum solo BTW and it was well received.

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I think I've got about 70% of Hino's pre-1976 output (maybe closer to 60%, if there's a bunch more I don't know about).  About 18 maybe 20 CD's? - if I include sideman appearances.

And it's all REALLY damn good!  Some days, I'd rank him right up there (almost) with Woody Shaw and Charles Tolliver.  He's THAT good.

And if I could find a really comprehensive discography, and if his Japanese CD's were so damn expense (some of them), I'd gladly search out practically all his 60's and 70's, every last session maybe.

One of the 2 or 3 most underrated trumpeters I can think of (or maybe 'under-known', at least here in the US).

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1 hour ago, Rooster_Ties said:

I think I've got about 70% of Hino's pre-1976 output (maybe closer to 60%, if there's a bunch more I don't know about).  About 18 maybe 20 CD's? - if I include sideman appearances.

And it's all REALLY damn good!  Some days, I'd rank him right up there (almost) with Woody Shaw and Charles Tolliver.  He's THAT good.

And if I could find a really comprehensive discography, and if his Japanese CD's were so damn expense (some of them), I'd gladly search out practically all his 60's and 70's, every last session maybe.

One of the 2 or 3 most underrated trumpeters I can think of (or maybe 'under-known', at least here in the US).

Agreed.  He's a helluva musician.

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I don't know what to say about the incident in question, but I wish that Hino would tour stateside, as I'd love the chance to see him perform.  The two Blue Note dates I've heard are excellent.

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and I can think of some local drummers with whom I'd love to see him share the bandstand!

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this one here has a wonderful drummer and at least on amazon.de there are some very good used deals

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21 hours ago, Niko said:

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this one here has a wonderful drummer and at least on amazon.de there are some very good used deals

Thanks for the heads-up on this, Niko.  I don't recall seeing that one.  Looks very interesting.

 

 

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

Thanks for the heads-up on this, Niko.  I don't recall seeing that one.  Looks very interesting.

 

 

That might just have to be my entry point to Hino. The other two are big favourites. Thanks for highlighting it - just need to brush up on my non-existent German!

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If you're looking for another interesting gateway for Hino, you might also consider this:

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This one is readily available in the U.S. & U.K.

 

 

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1 hour ago, HutchFan said:

If you're looking for another interesting gateway for Hino, you might also consider this:

51%2BtmcBBVjL._SX425_.jpg

This one is readily available in the U.S. & U.K.

 

 

Thanks Hutchfan (still enjoying my Byards!)

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