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Satoko Fujii: Atody Man

Read "Atody Man" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Secondo album (dopo lo splendido Solo) dei dodici previsti quest'anno da Satoko Fujii per celebrare il sessantesimo compleanno (clicca qui per leggere la sua intervista), questo Atody Man vede la pianista alla testa del suo quartetto Kaze nel quale oltre la tromba del compagno Natsuki Tamura troviamo i francesi Chistian Pruvost, anch'egli alla tromba, e Peter ...

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Kaze: Atody Man

Read "Atody Man" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The second offering in Satoko Fujii's 60th birthday CD-a-month marathon is by her long time quartet, Kaze. The group's instrumentation of two trumpets, piano and drums would lead you to think it's heavily experimental and abstract, but while those elements are present, there is, on Atody Man, always a sense of order to this music with ...

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Kaze: Atody Man

Read "Atody Man" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

What was it drummer Art Blakey said about surviving in the tough, competitive business of being a jazz musician? Something along the lines of: “You're either busy appearing or you're busy disappearing." There might be something to this. Artists who release a recording every three or four years, or who tour sporadically, face the possibility of ...

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Kaze: Atody Man

Read "Atody Man" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Atody Man is the fifth album from the quartet Kaze. Beginning with Rafale (Circum-Libra, 2011), the group--initiated by French drummer Peter Orins--has been one of many showcases for the eclectic music of pianist Satoko Fujii and her husband, trumpeter Natsuki Tamura. The unusual formation includes a second trumpeter, Christian Pruvost, also from France. Atody Man also ...