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Article: Album Review

Satoko Fujii: Hazuki

Read "Hazuki" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Going back to the early 1960s, consider Brian Wilson, of Beach Boys fame. And consider his song “In My Room" (with lyrics co-written with Gary Usher), issued as a single and included in the 1963 album Surfer Girl (Capitol Records). It is a sound of loneliness, a poem to a sanctuary, a place that makes it ...

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Article: Album Review

Alister Spence: Imagine Meeting You Here

Read "Imagine Meeting You Here" reviewed by Doug Hall


Imagine Meeting You Here (Alister Spence Music, 2019) is the release by Alister Spence, a recognized leader in Australia's new music directive and one of his country's most original and distinctive jazz pianists and composers of orchestral pieces. Certainly there is a reflection in the title of this release that is his biographical journey and meeting ...

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Article: Interview

Satoko Fujii: un anno di celebrazioni

Read "Satoko Fujii: un anno di celebrazioni" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


La pianista e bandleader giapponese Satoko Fujii è una delle protagoniste della musica improvvisata internazionale: in veste di leader o co-leader ha pubblicato più di 80 album spaziando da lavori in solo, piccoli organici e sontuosi progetti orchestrali. In questi evidenzia una personale e avvincente sintesi tra avanguardia post-free, sperimentazione accademica ed aspetti della tradizione culturale ...

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Article: Album Review

Gato Libre: DuDu

Read "DuDu" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Fondandosi su un assortimento strumentale senz'altro inconsueto e su composizioni tutte a firma del trombettista e leader Natsuki Tamura, il quartetto protagonista di questo lavoro, inciso a Berlino nel giugno 2013, ci regala un prodotto certamente originale, che ha se vogliamo il solo limite di offrirci il meglio in apertura e chiusura, non rivelandosi nella parte ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Kaze: Tornado

Read "Kaze: Tornado" reviewed by Dave Wayne


With Tornado, pianist Satoko Fujii and trumpeter Natsuki Tamura may get you shaking your head in wonderment. Firstly, the convergence of metaphors inherent in the album title, the name of the band (kaze means “wind" in Japanese), and the fact it features two trumpeters is enough to bring a smile to anyone's face. More heartening is ...


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