Jacks

ジャックス

Also known as ジャックス, Jacks, The
Members of Jacks: Haruo Mizuhashi, Hiro Tsunoda, Hitoshi Tanino, Suehiro Takahashi, Takasuke Kida, Yoshio Hayakawa

Discography of Jacks:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 からっぽの世界:タクト・デイズ [Vacant World - Takt Days] 4 Audio 1998-06-20 Columbia
2 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio 1992-06-24 Toshiba EMI Ltd
3 Jacks Super Session [ジャックスの奇跡] 11 Audio 1992-07-22 Express
4 Echoes In The Radio 7 Audio 1995-04-19 Otogra Sound Graffiti 音蔵
5 Vacant World (ジャックスの世界) 10 Audio 2006-06-27 Toshiba EMI Ltd
6 Legend 11 Audio 1985-11-01 Eastworld
7 Legend 14 Audio 1989-10-11 Eastworld
8 腹貸し女 20 Audio 2008-10-04 Solid Records (6)
9 時計をとめて 2 Audio 1971-01-10 Express
10 Legend 40th Anniversary Box 46 Audio 2008-12-10 EMI
11 Jacks Super Session [ジャックスの奇跡] 11 Audio 2004-02-25 Express
12 Big Artist Best Collection 16 Audio 1995-02-22 Express
13 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio 1989-04-25 Solid Records (6)
14 Vacant World + Super Session & Plus 3 Rare Tracks 27 Audio 2002 Shagadelic
15 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio 1996 Living, Dining & Kitchen Records
16 Golden☆Best 18 Audio 2002-06-19 Express
17 Jacks Super Session 11 Audio 1996 Living, Dining & Kitchen Records
18 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio 2011 Sweet Dandelion
19 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio 2011-10-26 Express
20 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio Erebus Records (2)
21 Echoes In The Radio 7 Audio 1998-03-18 Express
22 からっぽの世界/ピコの唄 3 Audio 1986 Solid Records (6)
23 からっぽの世界 / ジャックスのすべて 11 Audio Express
24 マリアンヌ 2 Audio 2005 Million
25 時計をとめて 2 Audio 2005 Express
26 Karrapo No Sekai 2 Audio 2005 Columbia
27 Vacant World 2 Audio 2005 Million
28 My Road 2 Audio 2005 Express
29 Joe's Rock 2 Audio 2005 Express
30 Echoes In The Radio 7 Audio 1986 Eastworld
31 Jacks Super Session [ジャックスの奇跡] 11 Audio 1998-03-18 Express
32 Vacant World [ジャックスの世界] 10 Audio A Narrow Escape From Oblivion


In the summer of 1965 Yoshio Hayakawa, with Suehiro Takahashi and Eiri Matsubara formed a group called Nightingale. The same members appeared on a Fuji TV show in the summer of 1966 under the name Windmills. Sometime shortly after this, Matsubara left and the group changed their name to the Jacks.

Hitoshi Tanino joined in January 1967, and Haruo Mizuhashi and Takasuke Kida in May 1967. The group released their first single in March 1968. Mizuhashi quit in September 1968, and was replaced by Hiro Tsunoda.

The group finally split up in August 1969.


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