Jun Fukamachi — 深町純 (May 21, 1946 — Nov. 22, 2010) — was a Japanese jazz-rock keyboardist who released six albums on Polydor, Express, and TAM between 1971 and 1973, followed by a dozen albums on Toshiba, Kitty, and Alfa during the mid-to-late 1970s.
Fukamachi was born in Tokyo and took up piano at age three. He attended the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. His first album, ある若者の肖像, appeared in 1971 on Polydor with backing by bassist Masaoki Terakawa, drummer Motohiko Hino, and guitarist Shigenori Kamiya. Also that year, he arranged tracks on Yong Guitar, Vol.2, a covers album on Denon.
In 1972, Fukamachi issued his second and third Polydor albums, Piano Solo Best of Beatles and Hello! 深町純Ⅱ. Concurrently, he produced sides for the folk trio Alice (アリス), singer/songwriter Yosui Inoue, and singers Lily and Ryoko Moriyama.
- ある若者の肖像 (1971)
- Hello! 深町純Ⅱ (1972)
- Now Sound Christmas (1972)
- Piano Solo Best Of Beatles (1972)
- Piano Solo Screen Music 10 (1973)
- Introducing Jun Fukamachi (1975)
- Rokuyu (六喩) (1975 • Jun Fukamachi 21st Century Band)
- Jun Fukamachi at Steinway (1976)
- Spiral Steps (1976)
- Evening Star (1977)
- Second Phase (1977)
- Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (1977)
- The Sea of Dirac (1977)
- On the Move (1978)
- The Tale of the Heike (1978)
- Jim Fukamachi & the New York All Stars Live (1978)
- Fusion Synthesizer (1980)
- Quark (1980)
- 海潮音 (1980)
- Digital Trip: Space Cruiser Yamato – Synthesizer Fantasy (1982 • Jun Fukamachi & Hiroshi Miyagawa)
- Solo Vol.1 (1983)
- Digital Trip Queen Emeraldas Synthesizer Fantasy (1983)
- DIGITAL TRIP デジタルトリップ シンセ組曲 うる星やつら SYNTHESIZER FANTASY (1984)
- 月下の群 (1984)
- Alien Majyu Kyo (1985)
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