Toshifumi Hinata ‎– Broken Belief

Music From Memory ‎– MFM042
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered

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A1 Sarah's Crime
Violin – Toshihiro Nakanishi
A2 Midsummer Night 7:16
A3 新しい遊牧民 (Atarashii Yuhbokumin)
Alto Saxophone – Mitsuru SawamuraElectric Bass – Gregg LeeHarp – Yusuke YamazakiTabla – Matt Fujii
A4 異国の女たち (Ikoku No Onna Tachi) 6:25
B1 Pavement 4:07
B2 Colored Air 2:57
B3 光と水 (Hikari To Mizu) 4:37
B4 蜃気楼 (Shinkiroh) 1:47
B5 Broken Belief 7:16
B6 小夜花 (Sayoka) 5:18



All tracks licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., & under license from the Sony Music Commercial Group, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Except B2 & B3 licensed courtesy of Toshifumi Hinata.

All music written, performed and produced by Toshifumi Hinata except A1: Violin by Toshihiro Nakanishi, A3: Alto Saxophone by Mitsuru Sawamura, Electric Bass by Gregg Lee, Tabla by Matt Fujii, B3: Harp by Yusuke Yamazaki.

Copyright 2019 Music from Memory. All rights reserved. Manufactured in the EU.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MFM042 Toshifumi Hinata Broken Belief(10xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) Music From Memory MFM042 Netherlands 2019


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February 28, 2020
Seems like ''Sarah's Crime'' polymorphous composition blends and synchronize disarmingly brilliant, Japanese, European and Mediterranean music many colors navigations into a Balearic sundown magic soundtrack before Balearic as we know it. And it is not the only one on his compilation on Music From Memory... - DJ Nova, Balearic For You


September 19, 2019

incredibly beautiful,should not be missing in your collection!
'Broken Belief' brings together a selection of recordings by Japanese multi-instrumentalist Toshfumi Hinata drawn from a body of work originally recorded between 1985-1987. Attending Berklee College of Music after spending time living in both the United States and the United Kingdom, Hinata would study under the tutelage of pianist Patricia Laliberte, graduating from the esteemed American school in 1982. Returning to Japan after becoming disillusioned with his classical training, Hinata experimented with many different forms of music. Moving away from depending simply on acoustic instruments, he would instead become entrenched in the possibilities of the latest analog synthesizers being developed at the time.