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Satoko Fujii, Ramon Lopez: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Oltrepassata la soglia dei sessanta, traguardo che ha cadenzato il 2018 al ritmo di un disco al mese, Satoko Fujii, avendoci evidentemente preso gusto, sta continuando a produrre nuovi lavori magari non più a quei ritmi ma comunque con generosa disponibilità, diciamo così. Svelatosi una ventina d'anni or sono in particolare nei gruppi ...

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Confluence

Label: Libra Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Asatsuyu; Road Salt; Run!; Winter Sky; Three Days later; Tick Down; Quiet Shadow; Confluence.

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Satoko Fujii / Ramon Lopez: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Satoko Fujii's duo recordings are among her most interesting projects. Those one-on-one situations bring out creative energy in the improviser that becomes perpetual movement between musicians. The shape-shifting artist has worked this magic with Australian pianist Alister Spence, bassist Joe Fonda, violinists Mark Feldman and Carla Kihlstedt, and Fujii's husband, trumpeter Natsuki Tamura. Similarly, Fujii's work ...

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Satoko Fujii/Ramon Lopez: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Pianist Satoko Fujii has collected a lot of musical soul mates over her twenty-plus year, eighty-plus album career: pianist Paul Bley, her early mentor; trumpeter (and husband) Natsuki Tamura; electronics wizard/keyboardfisit Alister Spence, to name a few notables. All three have teamed with Fujii for at least one extraordinary duo album apiece, showcasing deep connections and ...

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Confluence

Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Exit 13 - 05:37; 2. Pyramids - 06:09; 3. Cricket Song - 04:40; 4. Rt - 05:36; 5. Tanchaz - 03:52; 6. Gathering Rain - 04:28; 7. Confluence - 07:38; 8. Mistral - 03:55.

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Dave Phillips & Freedance: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Californiano che ha girato il mondo, proveniente da una famiglia per la quale il suono del basso era ed è rimasto un fondamentale segno distintivo (il padre si chiama Barre e credo davvero non abbia bisogno di nessuna presentazione), Dave Phillips è da molti critici rispettosamente presentato come un “bassista per tutte le occasioni," vale a ...

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Confluence

Label: ARC - Artists Recording Collective
Released: 2012
Track listing: The Calling; Triangle, Circle, Square; Alley Cat; Gingerbread Boy; Vamp for Peace; Two Years of the Lotus Blossom; Africa; Song for Katie; Confluence; Winter Brings.

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Keith Pray: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


When most people discuss the jazz scene in New York, they're referring to the music that's made in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs, but the Empire State stretches far beyond the city that never sleeps and jazz is made in many a locale within. The Capital region, for example, has its own burgeoning jazz scene that's ...

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Keith Pray: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Edward Blanco


When not leading the 17-piece Big Soul Ensemble, the Soul Jazz Revival group or the New Orleans-style Mohawk Brass Band, bandleader, educator and alto saxophonist Keith Pray fronts a hard-swinging quartet performing at venues in Albany and throughout the Capital District of upstate New York. Confluence is his fifth recording as leader, a project he designed ...

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Confluence

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009


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