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Emi Takada

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Born in Sapporo, Japan, Emi Takada began singing at age of 10 in the local renowned Boys and Girls Choral Group. She was moved by being able to communicate with others through music, which transcends all borders. Living overseas for a long time, she continued singing classical music, chanson and a variety of different genres. In 2010, she encountered jazz in New York City where she studied with vocalist Marion Cowings and started her career as a jazz vocalist. After that, she was based on Houston, performing with pianist Bob Henschen, and having live shows in NYC, Tokyo and Sapporo. Her singing has been praised for her transparent, gentle voice quality and overflowing emotion. In November 2014, released her first CD album “I’m All Smiles” (recorded in Houston). In 2017, she moved back in Tokyo. In May 2018, released her second CD album “Why Did I Choose You?” (recorded in NYC)

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Video

It Might As Well Be Spring

Featuring the music of Lauren Henderson
Duration: 6:36

Lauren Henderson Trio featuring Sullivan Fortner (piano) and Christopher Smith (bass)
Album

It Might As Well Be Spring

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007

Album

It Might As Well Be Spring

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: It Might As Well Be Spring; A Light Reprieve; Easy-Don't Hurt; Lover Man; Ol' Man River; Willow Weep For Me.

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Article: Album Review

Ike Quebec: It Might As Well Be Spring

Read "It Might As Well Be Spring" reviewed by Chris May


A generation older than the tenor saxophone young Turks who helped define Blue Note during its 1955-65 heyday, Ike Quebec's style was fully formed a decade before the innovations of Hank Mobley, Wayne Shorter and Joe Henderson--and his legacy has been consistently overshadowed as a result. But while Quebec may not have been storming any barricades, ...

Album

It Might As Well Be Spring

Label: Scandia
Released: 1986

Album

It Might As Well Be Spring

Label: Mash Productions
Released: 1966

Album

It Might As Well Be Spring

Label: Blue Note
Released: 1962


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