Hiromasa Suzuki is a Japanese pianist who began his recording career in the early 70s. Nicknamed “Colgen” in Japan, he is well-known for two amazing records combining jazz-fusion and traditional Japanese instruments (‘Rock-Joint Biwa’ and ‘Rock-Joint Cipher’ on the RCA label), jazz-funk oriented albums (‘High-Flying’, ‘Skip Step Cogen’) and the famous record from the Electro Keyboard Orchestra, his band along with other famous Japanese pianists Yuji Ohno and Hideo Ichikawa. But, Hiromasa Suzuki was also interested in more classical jazz. In 1978 he released ‘Primrose’ on Union label, a beautiful record of modal jazz, with Nobuyoshi Ino on bass and Steve Jackson on drums. An absolutely hard-to-find record, even in Japan, ‘Primrose’ is reissued for the first time in vinyl by Le Très Jazz Club. A unique opportunity to discover incredible compositions like ‘Hornet’, ‘Discharge’ or ‘Early Summer’.