Zerosen

Zerosen were a Japanese jazz-funk/soul band that released two albums on Victor in 1976 and 1977.

Members: Kohei Miyuki, Sancho Nahana

Discography:

  • Asphalt (1976)
  • Sunrise (1977)

Artist/Album Pages:

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