Ground & “Pimp” Periods are a Japan jazz combo who play music inspired with the audio and design of basic bebop, Latin jazz, and great jazz, but using a funky undertow as well as the interest, aggression, and force of rock and roll & move. The group features five music artists — Josei on piano, Tabu Zombie on trumpet, Motoharu on sax, Akita Goldman on dual bass, and Midorin on drums — aswell as Shacho, acknowledged as “agitator and nature,” who prowls the stage as the group performs and sometimes presents gravel-voiced encouragement. The group initial came jointly when Tabu Zombie and Shacho started showing up at dance night clubs featuring jazz evenings; as DJs spun groove jazz edges, Zombie would jam along on his horn as Shacho proved helpful the crowd, as well as the response was solid more than enough that they ultimately formed the music group to play complete live sets with no DJs. As Ground & “Pimp” Classes’ reputation around the Tokyo golf club picture grew, in 2003 they truly became the 1st unsigned band asked to appear in the Fuji Rock and roll Event, and in 2004 they released their 1st recording for JVC Victor, Pimpin’, that was followed by a reliable blast of albums and EPs. Giles Peterson, the English DJ who released the Acidity Jazz label, required notice of Ground & “Pimp” Classes, and after providing them with constant airplay on his BBC radio display invited these to play London in 2005. The combo authorized with Peterson’s Brownwood Information label for European countries as well as the U.K., and quickly became regulars around the worldwide event circuit, impressing viewers using their energy and instrumental skill. In 2008, Ground & “Pimp” Classes struck an American record cope with Koch Information, and World Pimp became their 1st U.S. launch.