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Article: Album Review

Kyoko Katsunuma + Jun Miyake: Colomena

Read "Colomena" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann


From collaborating with the likes of Arto Lindsay (Ambitious Lovers), Caetano Veloso or Ichiko Aoba, through contributing to the Wim Wenders' 2011 Piana Bausch documentary soundtrack or providing the score to Joseph Ceder's 2016 feature film Norman, to even composing the music for Mercedes-Benz commercials, Japanese composer/trumpeter Jun Miyake's creativity seems inexhaustible. After compiling and producing ...

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Colomena

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Tonre; Inuit an; Flute; Mielo; Lotuso; Seguro; Koralo; Arbaro; Dido's Lament; Frostita; Luce; Niji wa tohku.

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Spectrum

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2011

Album

Decade 1 Collection

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2007

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Do Right

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Do Right; Brother Man; Loving Day; Paradise; Land of Eternity; What is a Wife; Be for Real; Universal Spiritual Revolt.

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Article: Album Review

Tyrone Washington: Do Right

Read "Do Right" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


The same way choice ingredients don't always guarantee a tasty stew, talented musicians and good intentions do not always make a great recording. Such is the case with Tyrone Washington's long-lost record Do Right. Tyrone Washington is known as a tenor saxophonist whose debut on wax was on Horace Silver's 1966 Blue Note recording The Jody ...

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The Sky is Crying

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2003

Album

African Rhythms

Label: P-Vine Records
Released: 2002


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