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Heritage

Label: Domo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Heritage; Hanamachi Girl; After The Nightmare; Bells In Summer; Toki; Bamboo Forest; Sakura River; Midwater Night's Neo Dream.

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Masa Takumi: Heritage

Read "Heritage" reviewed by Robin B James

An amazing blend of modern orchestration and arrangement strategies with ancient Japanese Court sounds, instruments and vocals from previous centuries, a sound and rhythm resonant with multi-textured compositions that are friendly to the fingertips all the way to the toes for the beat, as well as to the ear for the groove. A feeling that carries ...

Heritage

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2019
Track listing: The Offering; Bushidō 1; Memories of Nanzenji; Mizugaki; Akatombo; Niten-Ichi; Asa no Yume.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark de Clive-Lowe: Heritage

Read "Heritage" reviewed by Tyran Grillo

On Heritage, pianist/composer/producer Mark de Clive-Lowe sows two rhythmic seeds for every melodic plant reaped from an autobiographical crop. The half-Japanese, half-New Zealander's spiritual kinship with Japan runs deep. His blending of electronics and sampling elicits a precision that only enhances the freer passages, and provides a fitting platform for his copilots Josh Johnson (alto sax ...

Heritage

Label: ArtistShare
Released: 2018
Track listing: Goin' Up Home; Wherever This Road Leads; Jambalaya; Cripple Creek; Wayfaring Stranger; I'm Not Afraid to Die; Brodeo; The People Could Fly; A Wiser Man Than Me.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Owen Broder: Heritage

Read "Heritage" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Il trombonista Owen Broder ha evidenziato le sue doti di sassofonista e autore in due dischi pubblicati col quintetto “Cowboys and Frenchmen" co-diretto con il collega Ethan Helm. Soprattutto nel secondo Bluer Than You Think (Outside In Music, 2016) l'intento d'ispirarsi alle radici musicali nord-americane, entro un vivace modern mainstream con qualche sperimentazione, è risultato fresco ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Owen Broder: Heritage

Read "Heritage" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The cross-pollination of jazz and folk music is nothing new, but saxophonist Owen Broder does push things forward in this exploration of the idea, asking five different composers from varying generations and backgrounds to each write their own take on American folk music for an eight-piece ensemble. Besides Broder himself, the compositions and arrangements ...

Philadelphia Jazz: A Brief History

Read "Philadelphia Jazz: A Brief History" reviewed by Jack McCarthy

This article was first published at the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia website. Jazz began to emerge as a distinct musical style around the turn of the twentieth century, a merging of two vernacular African American musical styles—ragtime and blues—with elements of popular music. New Orleans, the “cradle of jazz," was the most important city ...

Heritage

Label: Qwest Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Aka Lingala Te; Bilongo; Matanga; Jokoh Jokoh; Cubaneando; esse we Ya Monique; Santa Clara Con Montuno; Ngul Mekon; Muntula Moto; Eva; Kivo; Kwa Singa.

Heritage

Label: Fiver House Records
Released: 2016


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