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Upon settling in New York, Hino worked with numerous artists in the following years, including Joachim Kuhn , Gil Evans , Jackie McLean , Ken McIntyre , Dave Liebman , Hal Galper , Carlos Garnett , Sam Jones and Elvin Jones , as well as leading his own group, which is credited by the jazz guitarist John Scofield for him turning from fusion to jazz. [2] Beginning from the 1980s, Hino spent more time in Japan and helped incorporate several elements such as avant garde and fusion into his music. [2] Since then, he has toured several countries and regions, including Europe in the 1990s. [2] In 1996, he performed again with Masabumi Kikuchi , also performing the session with the saxophonist Greg Osby . [2]

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For the first few years of his career, Hino was something of an opportunist, even jumping open Japan’s early ‘60s eleki bandwagon with the cash-in LP TRUMPET IN BLUEJEANS. However, his fiery
temperament and ‘large brilliant tone’, as The Grove Dictionary of Jazz termed it saw Hino’s late ‘60s work increase both in output and quality, and his 1969 Columbia LP HI-NOLOGY as The Terumasa
Hino Quintet was extremely successful commercially.

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