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Nob Kinukawa

Born and raised in the land of the rising sun, a Japan native bassist, Nob Kinukawa, first came to the United States in 1986 to attend the Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts.

Receiving instructions under jazz masters such as Dave Holland and George Russell, he began actively performing in the New England area, which led him to acquire several awards, among them the “Abe Laboriel Jazz Master Award” and the “International Music Award”. His unique style of 6 string bass enhanced by the endless possibilities of a mounted MIDI device brought him to New York City, where he has become one of the busiest session players and producers.

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”The songs, arrangements and you!. Great fretless sound and concept.” --Mark Eagan

”Concept of the album is very unique and even innovative among the other bassist's solo works. Simulation of bass duo manipulating MIDI and V-Bass successfully create whole new ensemble style.” --E-Bass Crazy

”Nob Kinukawa is one of the pre-eminent 6 String midi bass players around today.” --Dave Wright

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