*Limited Edition* In the early 1970s, while studying contemporary music composition in Paris, Takashi Kako discovered and fell in love with free jazz, and soon became active as a pianist there. He performed with Bob Reed, Noah Howard, Motoki Takagi, and Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, and his name quickly spread around the world. This work was recorded in Paris together with his allies. The unparalleled sound of reason and passion depicts his days in Paris. Originally released in 1977. Supervision and commentary: Yusuke Ogawa. This is a regular-priced edition of a title included in the "NIPPON JAZZ SPIRITS: Japanese Jazz Masterpieces" campaign held in January 2021.