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Japanese Jazz legend Tsuyoshi Yamamoto's new album, A Shade Of Blue, undoubtedly reflects his love of the piano trio, a group configuration that in jazz history began in the 1940s with Nat King Cole and then was developed in the 50s by innovators like Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal, and Bill Evans. Yamamoto's highly experienced trio - which has a combined age of 215 years - features bassist Hiroshi Kagawa (?? ??) and drummer Toshio Osumi (?? ??). A Shade Of Blue reveals the three musicians' incredible musical chemistry; listening to the ten tracks they've recorded together, it's as if they breathe, think, and feel as one person; such is the musical empathy between them. A Shade Of Blue will be released by evosound on MQACD, SACD- Hybrid Multi-Channel, 180g Double Vinyl LP (audiophile pressing).
Japanese Jazz legend Tsuyoshi Yamamoto's new album, A Shade Of Blue, undoubtedly reflects his love of the piano trio, a group configuration that in jazz history began in the 1940s with Nat King Cole and then was developed in the 50s by innovators like Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal, and Bill Evans. Yamamoto's highly experienced trio - which has a combined age of 215 years - features bassist Hiroshi Kagawa (?? ??) and drummer Toshio Osumi (?? ??). A Shade Of Blue reveals the three musicians' incredible musical chemistry; listening to the ten tracks they've recorded together, it's as if they breathe, think, and feel as one person; such is the musical empathy between them. A Shade Of Blue will be released by evosound on MQACD, SACD- Hybrid Multi-Channel, 180g Double Vinyl LP (audiophile pressing).
4895241425042

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EVOSOUND
Rel. Date: 10/27/2023
UPC: 4895241425042

Shade Of Blue [180 Gram]
Artist: Tsuyoshi Yamamoto
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $58.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Side A
2. Speed Ball Blues
3. Speak Low
4. Side B
5. The Way We Were
6. Like Someone In Love
7. Black Is The Color
8. Side C
9. Girl Talk
10. Midnight Sugar
11. Last Tango In Paris
12. Side D
13. Misty
14. Bye Bye Blackbird

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Japanese Jazz legend Tsuyoshi Yamamoto's new album, A Shade Of Blue, undoubtedly reflects his love of the piano trio, a group configuration that in jazz history began in the 1940s with Nat King Cole and then was developed in the 50s by innovators like Oscar Peterson, Ahmad Jamal, and Bill Evans. Yamamoto's highly experienced trio - which has a combined age of 215 years - features bassist Hiroshi Kagawa (?? ??) and drummer Toshio Osumi (?? ??). A Shade Of Blue reveals the three musicians' incredible musical chemistry; listening to the ten tracks they've recorded together, it's as if they breathe, think, and feel as one person; such is the musical empathy between them. A Shade Of Blue will be released by evosound on MQACD, SACD- Hybrid Multi-Channel, 180g Double Vinyl LP (audiophile pressing).
        
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