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Minoke?

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Studio Album, released in 2003

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1.Ta Na Nog (4:54)
2.Turkish David (7:12)
3.Atarimae (5:43)
4.Tri-Band-Boom (5:32)
5.Magoya No Itoko (4:44)


Total Time 28:05

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- Yasushi Kawaguchi / 5 string fretless bass, Chapman stick
- Katsunori Takahashi / drums, percussion
- Kosei Kayama / tenor and soprano sax
- Kinihiro Sekido / keyboards

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Review by kev rowland
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3 stars This is a mini-album from Japan, only 28 minutes long. I did look on their web site to see what I could find about them but as there is no English version I didn't get very far. Four musicians (bass/drums/sax /keys), they are moving within different styles of jazz and while some of it is a bit too far out for my taste, there are times when they really lock together and produce music that is really very good indeed. There is a definite understanding of the concept of less being more, and it is not unusual to find sections of song where only one or two are playing, while the others just wait their turn to make an impact. It is an interesting album but as to whether it is worth attempting to get this from Japan I am not sure, but if you enjoy jazz with strong melody from keyboards and sax then this is worth looking out for. More details at www.musicterm.jp/poseidon/.

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