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Yuko Oshima

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Hibiki

Label: Jazzdor Series
Released: 2024
Track listing: Hibiki; Soba; Yozakura; What You See; Wa; Ichigo.

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Article: In Pictures

Sons d'Hiver 2024

Read "Sons d'Hiver 2024" reviewed by Luciano Rossetti


Album

Hibiki

Label: Jazzdor
Released: 2023
Track listing: Hibiki; Soba; Yozakura; What You See; Was; Ichigo.

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Label: Jazzdor Series
Released: 2024
Duration: 4:30

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Article: Album Review

Satoko Fujii: Hibiki

Read "Hibiki" reviewed by Doug Collette


Expanding upon the Futari duo concept of pianist/composer Satoko Fujii and vibraphonist Taiko Saito, as depicted on Underground (Libra Records, 2021) and Beyond (Libra Records, 2021), Trio SAN incorporates drummer/composer Yuko Oshima, the album of whose, Hibiki, is a proportionately intense companion piece to the aforementioned pair of releases. As if simultaneously beckoning the ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Debut From Trio San Plus New Music From King, Jaschek, Perica And More

Read "The Debut From Trio San Plus New Music From King, Jaschek, Perica And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show we feature a new release from Trio San, featuring Satoko Fujii, Taiko Saito, and Yuko Oshima. In addition recent releases from Bill King, Shai Jaschek, Vanessa Perica, Madre Vaca, Kari Antila, Jeremy Udden, Rotem Sivan, Harper Trio, Shawn Maxwell, Bruford, Pentangle, and, Philippe Côté & François Bourassa. Playlist Show Intro 00:00 ...

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Article: Album Review

Trio San: Hibiki

Read "Hibiki" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Put a vibraphone into a small ensemble, listen in and the label “exotica" might come up--that exotic music pioneered by Martin Denny and Juan Garcia Esquivel. The pairing of pianist Satoko Fujii and vibraphonist Taiko Saito--a duo they call Futari--on their two terrific albums, Beyond (2021) and Underground (2022), both on Libra Records, sounded like exotica ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Carla Bley: A View from her Hill, Part 1

Read "Carla Bley: A View from her Hill, Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


We could spend hours talking about the many things that made Carla Bley unique, and made her passing a huge loss for the jazz world. This week we decided to focus on her songbook, as interpreted by many of the peers that admired her work. Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash ...

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Article: Album Review

Eve Risser: Après un rêve

Read "Après un rêve" reviewed by Henning Bolte


There are characteristic archetypal melodies with which we fell immediately familiar. “Apres un Reve," written by French composer Gabriel Fauré in the 1870s, is such a tune. These types of melodies can often be repeated without loss of attraction or tension and release dynamics. In this live recorded performance, French multi-instrumentalist Eve Risser exploits ...


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