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Happy Fire - New Kind of Jazz

Label: Jazz Tokyo
Released: 2018
Track listing: Nardis; All the Things You Are; Happy Fire; In a Sentimental Mood; Estamos Ai; Summertime; Someday My Prince Will Come; Blues in the Closet; Playground; Nem Um Talvez; A Foggy Day.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Hiroaki Honshuku's Racha Fora: Happy Fire - New Kind of Jazz

Read "Happy Fire - New Kind of Jazz" reviewed by Troy Dostert

There's certainly no shortage of self-confidence in a musician who decides to subtitle an album New Kind of Jazz, as does Hiroaki Honshuku on the third release by his jazz fusion band Racha Fora. The group does possess a distinctive sound, to be sure, in large part due to its instrumentation: with Honshuku the dominant presence ...

Racha S'Miles

Label: Jazz Tokyo
Released: 2015
Track listing: Milestones; E.S.P.; Blue In Green; Feather Roux; Chicken Don; Door 8; Solar; All Blues; Circle; Seven Steps to Heaven; Wood Row; Footprints

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Racha Fora: Racha S'Miles

Read "Racha S'Miles" reviewed by James Nadal

The music of Miles Davis certainly needs no introduction. It has been covered in a myriad of styles, by a vast quantity of artists. Racha S'Miles is an ambitious project that deconstructs Davis's music and hurls it into a rhythmic and exotic orbit exhibiting Brazilian sensibilities. The Racha Fora ensemble consists of cross cultural musicians who ...


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