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Initial Impulse by Yuichiro Tokuda

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Album Title: God dwells in everything
GoodNessPlus Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 01:02:43

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About the Album

"Yuichiro Tokuda and his band RALYZZDIG, they took a close look ahead at the current crisis and the world after that, and created a magnificent lyric poem that could be called a guidepost. An unprecedented work brought about by under the COVID-19. I would like to recommend to everyone who is losing power and hope." _Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2020 Japan) "I think Tokuda was also aware of it, but I remembered Coltrane's "A Love Supreme." Anyway, it is a complete album with a magnificent view of music and performance. Yuichiro Tokuda, a saxophonist born in 1981, is one of the most creative musicians today." _Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2020 Japan) "I admire the spiritual strength and creativity that make up such a masterpiece. A satisfying work that Tokuda dedicated with all his heart and mind and strength." _Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2020 Japan) "A masterpiece that depicts 2020 with music. Full of performances that show the high level of performance of the band and the strength of cohesion." _Jazz Life Magazine (2020 Japan)

Track Listing

Initial Impulse; God dwells in everything.

Personnel

Yuichiro Tokuda
Yuichiro Tokuda

saxophone, alto

Noato Suzuki

guitar, electric

Noriaki Hosoya

bass, electric

Date featured

December 30, 2020

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