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Gato Libre

Gato Libre
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Japan
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Gato Libre is a Japanese four-piece jazz / improv / chamber / folk ensemble led by trumpeter / composer Natsuki Tamura and featuring Satoko Fujii (accordion), Kazuhiko Tsumura (guitar), and Norikatsu Koreyasu (bass). Koreyasu was eventually replaced by Yasuko Kaneko (trombone).
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Gato Libre — Koneko Gato Libre — Koneko
(Libra 103-060, 2020, CD)
Gato Libre — Neko Gato Libre — Neko
(Libra 103-040, 2017, CD / LP)
Gato Libre — DuDu Gato Libre — DuDu
(Libra 104-035, 2014, CD)
Gato Libre — Forever Gato Libre — Forever
(Libra 104-030, 2012, CD)
Gato Libre — Shiro Gato Libre — Shiro
(Libra 104-026, 2010, CD)
Gato Libre — Kuro Gato Libre — Kuro
(Libra 104-018, 2008, CD)
Gato Libre — Nomad Gato Libre — Nomad
(No Man's Land NML 0634, 2006, CD)
Gato Libre — Strange Village Gato Libre — Strange Village
(Muzak MZCO-1073, 2005, CD)

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