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Pas De Trois

Label: True Life Jazz
Released: 2003
Track listing: You and the Night and the Music; Too Young to Go Steady; Pas de Trois; My Romance; Emily; Golden Earrings; Miyako; I Hear a Rhapsody; Haunted Heart.

Hiroshima

Label: True Life Jazz
Released: 2003
Track listing: Long Yellow Road; Hiroshima

Hiroshima: Rising From The Abyss

Label: True Life Jazz
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Long Yellow Road 1:53 2. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Futility... 12:06 3. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Futility... 3:26 4. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Survivor... 6:40 5. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Survivor... 1:18 6. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Survivor... 13:14 7. Hiroshima-Rising from the Abyss: Hope 6:41 8. Wishing Peace 7:13

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Toshiko Akiyoshi: Hiroshima: Rising From The Abyss

Read "Hiroshima: Rising From The Abyss" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Composer, bandleader and pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi has tucked yet another significant feather into her cap with Hiroshima. Her new CD was recorded live at the composition's debut performance in its namesake city on August 6th, 2001, the 56th anniversary of that fateful 1945 day.The 15-minute first movement of the emotional three-part suite begins with ...

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The Drummonds: Pas de Trois

Read "Pas de Trois" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

The wonderful Renee Rosnes doesn't record nearly enough; she's done seven albums since she signed with Blue Note in the late '80s for her self-titled debut. Pas de Trois, credited to the two Drummonds (Ray and Billy) in the rhythm section and conceived by überproducer Todd Barkan, is on True Life Jazz; its original Japanese title ...

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Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra: Hiroshima

Read "Hiroshima " reviewed by Jim Santella

Dedicated to the memory of a city that experienced the unfathomable horrors of war in 1945, Toshiko Akiyoshi’s extended work for big band sizzles. There’s a lesson here for all mankind. In the early movements of her suite, everything’s all right. The band swings with its usual Monday night balance and tips its hat to one ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Drummonds: Pas De Trois

Read "Pas De Trois" reviewed by Jim Santella

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