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Available Gravity by Satoko Fujii

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Album Title: Triad
Label: Long Song Records
Released: 2018

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A symphony of distant electric band saws, graduated suspense, will the pigeon at the window get it, or is this another commercialism story. Does the mouse cut the cheese or what?

About the Album

"Available Gravity" is the first of five tracks on Triad, the debut recording by the new trio, also called Triad, featuring pianist/composer Satoko Fujii, bassist/flutist Joe Fonda and soprano saxophonist Gianni Mimmo. The album will be released May 25, 2018 on Long Song Records. Triad is the fifth album in Fujii's CD-a-month marathon, celebrating her 60th birthday year.

Track Listing

Available Gravity; Birthday Girl; Accidental Partner; No More Bugs; Joe Melts the Water Boiler.

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Additional Personnel

Satoko Fujii: piano; Joe Fonda: double bass, flute; Gianni Mimmo: soprano saxophone.

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Date featured

June 13, 2018

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