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Tears Of A Cloud

Label: Trouble In The East Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Daichi; Sound Gradation; Uneri; Underground; Rain; Tears Of A Cloud; Angry Bee; Time For M; Distance.


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Tears of a Cloud

Label: Trouble In The East Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 3:53


Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Music From Santos, Cassibba, Thompson, And More

Read "New Music From Santos, Cassibba, Thompson, And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

On this show we feature brand new releases from Marco Antonio Santos, Hernán Cassibba, Barbara Thompson, Michael Feinberg, Helen Svoboda with Joe O'Connor and Tim Green, Taiko Saito, Igor Willcox Quartet, and Ralph Towner.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Marco Antonio Santos “About Silence" from About : Silence (ears&eyes) 00:53 Hernán Cassibba “Nuevos Aires" from Nuevos ...


Article: Album Review

Taiko Saito: Tears Of A Cloud

Read "Tears Of A Cloud" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

In 2021 Japanese-born, Berlin-based mallet virtuoso Taiko Saito received a well-deserved profile bump via her teaming with pianist Satoko Fujii in a duo tagged Futari, on Beyond and Underground. both on Libra Records. The marimba player & vibraphonist returns in 2023 with a solo outing, Tears Of A Cloud, an arresting follow-up to the Futari outings. ...



Label: Trouble In The East Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Hana; Dul; Sed; Ned; Daseot.


Article: Album Review

Potsa Lotsa XL & Youjin Sung: Gaya

Read "Gaya" reviewed by John Sharpe

German saxophonist Silke Eberhard received deserved plaudits for her trio effort Being The Up And Down (Intakt, 2021), but Potsa Lotsa, which has been one of her prime outlets for considerably longer, also merits attention. Originally a wind quartet convened to realize The Complete Works Of Eric Dolphy (Jazzwerkstatt, 2010), and named after one of his ...


Article: Building a Jazz Library

The Essential Satoko Fujii, Part 2: Duos

Read "The Essential Satoko Fujii, Part 2: Duos" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Satoko Fujii releases a lot of albums. Most of them are regular CDs, but she has also moved into the Bandcamp offerings, online only. The Essential Satoko Fujii, Part 1 featured four different sides of her artistry: Solo, duo, trio, quartet and orchestra. Part 2 will showcase some of her outstanding duo discs. Satoko ...


Article: Album Review

Futari: Underground

Read "Underground" reviewed by John Sharpe

Pandemic enforcement of geographic separation in no way inconveniences the adventurous combo of pianist Satoko Fujii and vibraphonist Taiko Saito, working together under the banner Futari. Having explored the option of a virtual band on Mosaic (Libra, 2021) by her This Is It! trio, Fujii tries a different approach on Underground, her second album with Saito ...

Article: Album Review

Futari: Beyond

Read "Beyond" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Tra le molte collaborazioni della pianista giapponese Satoko Fujii, particolarmente singolare e riuscita è questa con la connazionale vibrafonista Taiko Saito, assieme alla quale ha dato vita al duo Futari. Le due artiste si conoscono dalla metà degli anni 2000, quando si incontrarono a Berlino in occasione di un concerto della Fujii e dove la Saito ...


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