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Long-awaited analog release of the NY-based pianist and composer's second album! Lush and magnificent soundscapes by a new generation of jazz ensembles that make full use of voice. As the title of the album, which combines the words 'Sol' (sun) and 'Luna' (moon), suggests, the album contains colorful compositions with magnificent power. The new sound of the jazz ensemble, featuring a fusion of instrumentals and voices of talented New York musicians, is a perfect match for the warm tones of analog records.* Martha Kato - Piano, Vocals* Moto Fukushima - Electric Bass* Keita Ogawa - Drums, Percussion* Michael Rodriguez - Trumpet, Flugelhorn* John Ellis - Tenor saxophone, Bass clarinet* Ryan Keberle - Trombone* Itai Kriss - Flute* Remy Le Boeuf - Soprano saxophone, Alto saxophone, Flute* Sarah Elizabeth Charles - Vocals* Takafumi Nikaido - Shekere, Congas
Long-awaited analog release of the NY-based pianist and composer's second album! Lush and magnificent soundscapes by a new generation of jazz ensembles that make full use of voice. As the title of the album, which combines the words 'Sol' (sun) and 'Luna' (moon), suggests, the album contains colorful compositions with magnificent power. The new sound of the jazz ensemble, featuring a fusion of instrumentals and voices of talented New York musicians, is a perfect match for the warm tones of analog records.* Martha Kato - Piano, Vocals* Moto Fukushima - Electric Bass* Keita Ogawa - Drums, Percussion* Michael Rodriguez - Trumpet, Flugelhorn* John Ellis - Tenor saxophone, Bass clarinet* Ryan Keberle - Trombone* Itai Kriss - Flute* Remy Le Boeuf - Soprano saxophone, Alto saxophone, Flute* Sarah Elizabeth Charles - Vocals* Takafumi Nikaido - Shekere, Congas
4988044092020

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Somethin'cool
Rel. Date: 10/20/2023
UPC: 4988044092020

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Artist: Martha Kato
Format: Vinyl
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Long-awaited analog release of the NY-based pianist and composer's second album! Lush and magnificent soundscapes by a new generation of jazz ensembles that make full use of voice. As the title of the album, which combines the words 'Sol' (sun) and 'Luna' (moon), suggests, the album contains colorful compositions with magnificent power. The new sound of the jazz ensemble, featuring a fusion of instrumentals and voices of talented New York musicians, is a perfect match for the warm tones of analog records.* Martha Kato - Piano, Vocals* Moto Fukushima - Electric Bass* Keita Ogawa - Drums, Percussion* Michael Rodriguez - Trumpet, Flugelhorn* John Ellis - Tenor saxophone, Bass clarinet* Ryan Keberle - Trombone* Itai Kriss - Flute* Remy Le Boeuf - Soprano saxophone, Alto saxophone, Flute* Sarah Elizabeth Charles - Vocals* Takafumi Nikaido - Shekere, Congas
        
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