Yoshida Brothers / Move
Album:Move Collection:World
Artist:Yoshida Brothers Added:Sep 2010
Label:Domo Records, Inc. 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-01-16 Pull Date:2011-03-20 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Mar 20Mar 13Feb 27Feb 20Feb 13Feb 6Jan 30Jan 23

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 15, 2011:At the Cafe Bohemian
Tsugaru Jonkarabushi Kekei Kyokahiki
4.Mar 11, 2011:No Cover, No Minimum
2.Mar 15, 2011:anti-heroine: ODEs
Tsugaru Jonkarabushi Kekei Kyokahiki
5.Mar 08, 2011:Carnaval at the Cafe Bohemian
Tsugaru Jonkarabushi Kekei Kyokahiki
3.Mar 11, 2011:Everyday Commotion
Tsugaru Yosarebushi
6.Feb 25, 2011:No Cover, No Minimum

Album Review
Reviewed 2011-01-16 
These two Japanese superstar brothers are back with their patented “dueling shamisans” sound. Their instruments may be traditional, but their sound definitely isn’t. It’s modern and unpredictable, highly influenced by jazz. They get the coolest sounds from their strings. Most tracks start one way and then go on in surprising ways. Really great stuff. All of it.

1.Starts quiet, picks up into a cool head-nodding sound. 3:52
2. Slow then builds in power. Interesting layers, twangs & thumps.6:43
3. Midtempo w/a nicely unpredictable sound. Picks up, gets fast. 3:47
4. Midtempo, hypnotic. Then a cool mix of spare and textured. 4:50
5. Nicely tripping w/cool interplays & a solid beat to it. 4:55
6. Begins simply and then gets into a fast jam. Serious playing. 5:07
7. Starts w/slow drama. Lots of vocal shouts. Crazy at times. 8:24
8. Mid/uptempo, a wild trip of sounds, tempos & power. So cool. 12:43

Track Listing
1.Ayumi 5.Wakimizu
2.Tenpu 6.Ibuki
3.Tsugaru Yosarebushi 7.Koishi
4.Tsugaru Orahabushi 8.Tsugaru Jonkarabushi Kekei Kyokahiki