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Nice straight-ahead modern piece. Both vibes and sax get some choice words in. And if you live somewhere that the weather is turning cold, vibes always bring some badly needed warmth to the room. Good stuff.
Debut album from talented vibraphonist Yuhan Su, Flying Alone includes ten original compositions written for jazz trio, quartet and sextet. Recorded by Peter Kontrimas in Westwood, MA, the self-produced album is seasoned with multi-cultural backgrounds, featuring artists such as Rafael Aguiar, Cesar Joaniquet, Publio Delgado, Christian Li, Jeong Lim Yang, and Deepak Gopinath to add depth to the sonic experience.
Flying Alone; There is Something in the Bottom of the Bottle; Drive; Comfort Zone; If You Stay; Necessaries; Difficulties; Sputnik Sweetheart; Origin; Bian Fu.
Yuhan Su: vibraphone, malletkat, vocals (4, 6); Rafael Aguiar: alto saxophone; Cesar Joaniquet: tenor and soprano saxophones; Publio Delgado: guitar; Christian Li: piano; Jeong Lim Yang: acoustic bass; Deepak Gopinath: drums.
November 19, 2012
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