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Sunrise

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: All I Need Is the Girl; Chega de Saudade; Estate; If I Were a Bell; Clarinet in Springtime; When You Wish Upon a Star; The Eternal Triangle; Spring Is Here; Duet; The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else; I Like the Sunrise; Come Back to Me.

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The Ken Peplowski Big Band: Sunrise

Read "Sunrise" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Many contemporary big bands are all about “breaking new ground" and “exploring new pathways." Not this one. Ace clarinetist Ken Peplowski, who has performed and recorded with myriad large ensembles, at home and abroad, but has seldom led one--although he did record one other big-band album, Last Swing of the Century (Concord Jazz, 1999)--simply wants to ...

Sunrise

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: On the Wing; Little Road Song; Song That Floats on the Breeze; The Dancer; Moonbeam; Sunrise.

Sunrise

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Sunrise; Or; Ups & Downs Interlude; Ups & Downs; Bolero; The Tales of Hoffman; La Refarela; The Archeologist Interlude; The Archeologist; Optimism (for Sonny Rollins); You Must Go; Sunrise.

Sunrise

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Ballad I; New Day; Short Stuff; So What Variations; Ballad II; Sunrise; Sticks and Cymbals; End of Day; Uptempo; Last Ballad.

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You Must Go

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2012
Duration: 06:32

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Masabumi Kikuchi Trio: Sunrise

Read "Sunrise" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ad un primo ascolto di Sunrise ci si potrebbe domandare quanto in questa musica diafana, reticente e sospesa sia dovuto alla scrittura e quanto all'improvvisazione. Poi, anche leggendo le informazioni del libretto, si comprende che si tratta di improvvisazione collettiva, ma sempre indirizzata dal leader verso un pensoso e malinconico progredire, verso un ascolto reciproco quasi ...

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Amit Friedman Sextet: Sunrise

Read "Sunrise" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

This seems to be shaping up as the year of the “Sunrise." Two outstanding sets by that name have been released in 2012: one by the Masabumi Kikuchi Trio on ECM Records, the other a self-produced gem by the Indo/American chamber ensemble, Karavika. Israeli saxophonist Amit Friedman makes it a triptych with his own Sunrise, on ...

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Masabumi Kikuchi Trio: Sunrise

Read "Sunrise" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Masabumi Kikuchi recorded a session with the late trumpeter Miles Davis in 1978 that was never released. Had it been, the Japanese musician could perhaps have been slung by Davis' Jovian presence/influence to greater fame. As it is, Kikuchi has maintained a career as an iconoclastic artist, collaborating with some of the best jazz players. ...

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Masabumi Kikuchi Trio: Sunrise

Read "Sunrise" reviewed by John Kelman

With a surprising number of recordings coming out that represent some of drummer Paul Motian's final work before passing unexpectedly in the fall of 2011, few have created as deeply personal a tribute as the liner notes to Japanese pianist Masabumi Kikuchi's Sunrise. “Suddenly Paul was gone. He left without warning," Kikuchi writes, as he recounts ...


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