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Sachiko Matsubara

Sachiko Matsubara
Country
Japan
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Sachiko Matsubara (松原幸子), best known as Sachiko M., is a Japanese experimental artist who first came to attention with the group Ground Zero. Since that group's end in 1998, she has worked in a wide variety of contexts, including membership in Hoajio and Yoshihide Otomo's New Jazz Quintet, as well as solo work and collaborations.
Website
http://teamsachikom.wixsite.com
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Releases on file (14)
Pika — Ryu no Sumika Pika — Ryu no Sumika
(Telegraph TGC-037, 2014, CD)
David Sylvian — Sleepwalkers David Sylvian — Sleepwalkers
(Samadhisound sound cd ss020, 2010, CD)
David Sylvian — Manafon David Sylvian — Manafon
(Samadhisound ss016, 2009, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Orchestra — ONJO Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Orchestra — ONJO
(Doubtmusic dmf-102, 2005, CD)
Keith Rowe / Oren Ambarchi / Sachiko M / Otomo Yoshihide / Robbie Avenaim  — Keith Rowe / Oren Ambarchi / Sachiko M / Otomo Yoshihide / Robbie Avenaim —
(GROB 432, 2002, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Ensemble — Dreams Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Ensemble — Dreams
(Tzadik TZ 7238, 2002, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Quintet — Flutter Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Quintet — Flutter
(Tzadik TZ 7232, 2001, CD)
Hoahio — Ohayo! Hoahio! Hoahio — Ohayo! Hoahio!
(Tzadik TZ 7230, 2000, CD)
Ground-Zero — Last Concert Ground-Zero — Last Concert
(Alcohol ALGZ1CD, 1999, CD)
Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita Otomo Yoshihide — Plays the Music of Takeo Yamashita
(P-Vine PCD-5804, 1999, CD)
Ground Zero — Consume Red Ground Zero — Consume Red
(ReR Megacorp GZ2, 1997, CD)
Hoahio — Happy Mail Hoahio — Happy Mail
(Amoebic AMO-HOA01, 1997, CD)
Ground-Zero — Plays Standards Ground-Zero — Plays Standards
(ReR Megacorp GZ3, 1997/2002, CD)
Ground-Zero — Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver. 1.28 Ground-Zero — Revolutionary Pekinese Opera Ver. 1.28
(ReR Megacorp ReR GZ1, 1996, CD)

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