Jimsaku

Jimsaku (ジンサク, Jinsaku) was a Japanesedrums and bass duo formed by Akira Jimbo and Tetsuo Sakurai in 1990, after they left the jazz/fusion band Casiopea. They released 10 albums and one "Best of" collection, and disbanded in 1998.

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Releases

Sleeve Title Year Format
Jimsaku - Mega db 1997 CD, Album, Stereo
Jimsaku - Navel 1994 Cassette, Album
Jimsaku - Jimsaku 1990 CD, Album
Jimsaku - Wind Loves Us 1993 CD, Album, Stereo
Jimsaku - Best Selection 1995 CD, Compilation
Jimsaku - Navel 1994 CD, Album, Promo
Jimsaku - Blaze Of Passion 1995 CD, Album
Jimsaku - Jade 1992 CD, Album, Stereo
Jimsaku - Jimsaku 1990 CD, Album, Promo
Jimsaku - Viva! 1992 CD, Album
Jimsaku - 100 % Jimsaku 1993 Cassette, Album
Jimsaku - Wind Love Us 1993 Cassette, Album
Jimsaku - Navel Of The Earth 1994 CD, Mini, Single
Jimsaku - Navel 1994 CD, Album, Promo
Jimsaku - Wind Loves Us 1993 CD, Album, Stereo
Jimsaku - 45℃ 1991 CD, Album
Jimsaku - Jimsaku Beyond 2021 CD, Album
Jimsaku - 100% 1993 CD, Album
Jimsaku - Jimsaku 1990 CD, Album
Jimsaku - 100 % Jimsaku 1993 Cassette, Album
Jimsaku featuring Keiko Ito - Dispensation 1996 CD, Album, Stereo

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Tracklist: Baby, Can I Get Your Number

No. Title Runtime
1 Baby, Can I Get Your Number (Radio Edit) 3:10
2 Baby, Can I Get Your Number (Ignorants Remix) 4:05
3 Baby, Can I Get Your Number (PDS Vocal Remix) 7:20
Video Baby, Can I Get Your Number

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