Freedom Is Frightening is an album by Japanese avant-garde/classical percussionist Stomu Yamashta, recorded with his jazz-rock combo East Wind featuring the talents of guitarist Gary Boyle and bassist Hugh Hopper. The album was released in 1973 on Island.
A1. “Freedom Is Frightening” (8:49)
A2. “Rolling Nuns” (7:14)
B1. “Pine on the Horizon” (11:48)
B2. “Wind Words” (6:44)
Stomu Yamash’ta — drum kit, percussion, composer, arrangements
Hisako Yamash’ta — violin
Hugh Hopper — bass guitar
Gary Boyle — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Brian Gascoigne — keyboards, synthesizer, vibraphone
Gary Martin — recording engineer
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