How Many? - Natsuki Tamura / Satoko Fujii - How Many? (CD, Album)

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  1. Natsuki Tamura + Elliott Sharp + Takayuki Kato + Satoko Fujii: Natsuki Tamura + Elliott Sharp + Takayuki Kato + Satoko Fujii - In The Tank ‎ (CD, Album) .
  2. Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura discography and songs: Music profile for Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura.
  3. Her trio with bassist Mark Dresser and drummer Jim Black has released five CDs, all of which earned places in criticsユ year-end Top 10 lists. Fujii has also established herself as one of the worldユs leading composers for large jazz ensembles. She tours regularly appearing at festivals and clubs in the U.S., Canada, Japan, and Europe.
  4. Pianist/composer Satoko Fujii's "Aspiration" brings together four masterful improvisers and innovators--trumpeters Wadada Leo Smith and Natsuki Tamura, and Downtown NY laptop player Ikue Mori--for an album of exciting and exceptional free playing over compositions from Fujii, Tamura, and one collective composition, a brilliant pinnacle of creative music.
  5. The band pulls out the proverbial stops on many fronts. At times, a bit gruff with these stewing developments and fractured pulses, Fujii and husband Natsuki Tamura tender a combination of striking contrasts. One of the differentiators between Ma-Do and other units skirting the free-jazz realm pertains to its inimitable unification of memorable.
  6. Jan 31,  · Satoko Fujii continues to push the boundaries of who she is and where she belongs in the world of avant-garde jazz. Having Wadada Leo Smith and Ikue Mori along just makes it stranger.
  7. Live 90 ICD (11/17/90) Juggernaut Big Band (Kunio Fujisaki -conduct, Natsuki Tamura -trumpet, Satoko Fujii -piano, and others 21 musicians) Tobifudo ICD(3/11/92). Tobifudo(Natsuki Tamura -trumpet, Satoko Fujii -piano, Keiichi Kanai -bass, Hidemaro Mise -drums ).
  8. Satoko Fujii To Release 12 New Albums in Share This: To celebrate her 60 th birthday, pianist-composer Satoko Fujii will release one new CD every month for all of “I probably should think and notice that I am not young anymore,” she says, “but I just keep doing what I want to do.” a trio featuring Fujii with Natsuki.
  9. A t 36 or so minutes long, the title track of Satoko Fujii’s new Shiki album starts out verrrry slowly, with loooong, drawn-out horn lines, intermittent cymbals, one bass note; there are little background brass squeaks over more stretched horn lines; it builds, just a little bit, slides back to spareness, hesitancy. This opening theme of unison horn lines, hinted at, wisps back in small.

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