Friday, June 23, 2017

Everything Is Everything - 1970 - Just Flash In The Cosmic Pan

Everything Is Everything
Just Flash In The Cosmic Pan

01. In To The Heaven
02. Jun's Dreams
03. Just Flash In The Cosmic Pan

Dave Liebman, soprano & tenor saxophone
Steve Grossman, soprano & tenor saxophone
Lanny Fields, bass
Teruo Nakamura, bass
Mike Garson, piano
Reggie Workman, bass
John Carbone, bass
Randy Brecker, trumpet
Joe Bonner, electric piano
John Abercrombie, guitar
Lenny White, drums
Steve Jackson, percussion
Yosuke Tonoki, percussion, flute

Recorded on 15 June 1970

An album so rare that I could not find an entry for it at either Rateyourmusic or Discogs... Maybe I'm doing something wrong... Japanese label and producer, and doing a tune by Terumasa Hino...

Any info would be really appreciated!



  2. Yet ANOTHER Amazing post Drago!! Thank You brother! Cheers!!


  3. I found this description at another site:

    JOE BONNER just flash in cosmic pan EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING rare japan jazz

    End Price: USD 518
    Start Price: USD 200
    End Date: 2016-02-08
    Start Date: 2016-01-29

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    Number of bids: 5
    Country: Canada
    Auctioned at: ebay
    JOE BONNER just flash in cosmic pan EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING rare japan jazz

    Genre Jazz
    Style Avantgarde/Free Jazz
    Record Size 12"
    Duration LP
    Record Grading Very Good Plus (VG+)
    Sleeve Grading Excellent (EX)
    Speed 33 RPM

    This is a mega rare Japanese jazz album recorded in New York in 1970 and only released as a promo record on the Japanese Columbia label. The group is called "Everything is everything" or "New York All Stars" and the album is called "Just flash in the cosmic pan". The group features Randy Brecker, Dave Liebman, Steve Grossman, Reggie Workman, Lanny Fields, Teruo Nakamura, John Carbone, Mike Garson, Joe Bonner, John Abercrombie, Lennny White, Steve Jackson, and Yosuke Tonoki. An incredible lineup! White label promo; this just never turns up. 3 long tracks including a great version of "Into the Heaven" by Terumasa Hino.