|Fujii, Satoko & Myra Melford / Under The Water|
|Album:||Under The Water||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Fujii, Satoko & Myra Melford||Added:||06/2009|
|Add Date:||2009-08-02||Pull Date:||2009-10-04||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||4 Oct||20 Sep||6 Sep||30 Aug||23 Aug||9 Aug|
|1.||Tue, 14 Apr 15:||David Bug|
In Your Ear Radio
|4.||Fri, 04 Sep 09:||Wedge|
|2.||Tue, 29 Sep 09:||Wedge|
Memory Select [new Tuesday time!]
|5.||Sat, 29 Aug 09:||Big D|
Party at Grandma's
|3.||Tue, 15 Sep 09:||Ben Wolfson|
Jena & Gomorrah Get Convoked
|6.||Sat, 22 Aug 09:||Eme O|
Two-piano free-jazzy excursions with some influence from classical music. Dynamic and compelling. It doesn't have the lyricism or prettiness of the recent Chick Corea/Hiromi two-piano disk, but that's not a bad thing. |
1- (11:40) Ooo! Clacky prepared piano! A quiet patch, then sparsely dancing melody, colorful and bright. Turns into a flurry after about -3:30.
2- (12:22) Fast pouding, sternly jazzy. Second half gets serious, even classical: mostly quiet but builds to loud hammering later.
3- (11:22) Introspective, slow, with interesting touches -- e.g. shimmering sounds of fingers rubbing the piano strings. Last three minutes turn into a fast swirl, almost like a race.
4- (12:37) Fairly fast, jazzy rolling. A steady jog almost all the way through. Would be pretty easy to fade in/out for an excerpt. Last couple of minutes get quiet.
5- (6:23) Serious, stern. Hammering at the finish. Ends with applause.
|1.||Yadokari||3.||The Migration Of Fish|
|2.||Trace A River||4.||Be Melting Snow|