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Fuijin Raijin

Label: Victo
Released: 2007
Track listing: Itsuki No Komoriuta; Champloo; Shimanto; Slowly and Slowly; Fujin Raijin; Kariboshi Kiriuta.

Fujin Raijin

Label: Victo
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. Itsuki No Komoriuta (tradizionale) - 8:14; 02. Champloo - 9:54; 03. Shimanto - 11:01; 04. Slowly and Slowly - 9:04; 05. Fujin Raijin - 3:26; 06. Kariboshi Kiriuta (tradizionale) - 8:38. Tutti i brani sono di Satoko Fujii eccetto quelli indicati.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Satoko Fujii: Fujin Raijin

Read "Fujin Raijin" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La pianista e compositrice Satoko Fujii ha più volte trovato ispirazione nel folklore del suo Paese ma la scelta non è mai stata così profonda e coerente come in questo disco, registrato il 25 maggio 2006 a New York. Al suo nuovo quartetto ha dato il nome di Min-Yoh Ensemble, riferendosi a quella forma di musica ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Satoko Fujii Min-Yoh Ensemble: Fuijin Raijin

Read "Fuijin Raijin" reviewed by Troy Collins

Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii's artistic restlessness is given full flower on Fujin Raijin, her first album of Min'yo compositions. Classically trained, Fujii is one of today's most eclectic jazz figures, leading ensembles that range from intimate chamber duos to full-sized big bands. Long fascinated by the emotional directness of Min'yo (traditional Japanese folk music), Fujii finally ...

Duo (Victoriaville)

Label: Victo
Released: 2006
Track listing: Improvisation No 1; Improvisation No 2; Improvisation No 3; Improvisation No 4; Improvisation No 5.

Une Chance pour l'ombre

Label: Victo
Released: 2006
Track listing: Une chance pour l'ombre; A Chance for Shade.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anthony Braxton & Fred Frith: Duo (Victoriaville)

Read "Duo (Victoriaville)" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

Anthony Braxton and Fred Frith each have about as close a relationship to the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville as just about any non-Canadians. The first release on Victo, the label run by the producers of the annual Canadian festival, was a guitar duo with Frith and Rene Lussier; the second was a duet ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kazue Sawai / Michel Doneda / Kazuo Imai / L: Une Chance pour l'ombre

Read "Une Chance pour l'ombre" reviewed by AAJ Staff

By Ken WaxmanUne Chance pour l'ombre is a rare article--almost fifty minutes of musical sound that exists in its own time and place, informed only by the experiences, sensibilities and consultation of the five improvisers.During the course of two long improvisations recorded at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville in ...

After You Gone

Label: Victo
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ant Warps; Passing Threw; Whoop Yer Tal; Teebay Deep; Bleu Grek; P.S. Te Queremos

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barre Phillips/Joelle Leandre/William Parker/Tetsu Saitoh: After You Gone

Read "After You Gone" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Reverberations from bassist Peter Kowald's passing continue to be felt two years later. Last year, a long-time bass quartet with one sub gathered to bathe Kowald's spirit in a bass balm. Comprised of close associates or admirers of Kowald, this quartet represents a summit from across borders and generations, sharing only remarkable technique and a love ...


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