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Neppa by Satoko Fujii

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Album Title: Kikoeru - Tribute to Masaya Kimura
Label: Libra Records
Released: 2018

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About the Album

"Neppa" is a track from Satoko Fujii's album "Kikoeru." "Kikoeru," Satoko Fujii's Orchestra Tokyo's sixth release in just over two decades, is their most diverse and rollicking album ever. The album brings to life four compositions by Fujii and two by trumpeter Natsuki Tamura. The album features composer/pianist Fujii, soprano and alto saxophonist Sachi Hayasaka, alto saxophonist Kunihiro Izumi, tenor saxophonists Kenichi Matsumoto and Daisuke Fujiwara, baritone saxophonist Ryuichi Yoshida, trumpet players Natsuki Tamura, Yoshihito Fukumoto, Takao Watanabe, and Yusaku Shirotani, trombone players Haguregumo Nagamatsu, Yasuyuki Takahashi, and Toshihiro Koike, bassist Toshiki Nagata, and drummer Akira Horikoshi. This is the last of her CD-a-month marathon celebrating her kanreki — 60th birthday.

Track Listing

Amadare; Farewell; Kikoeru; Neppa; Stop And Go; Ah Dadada.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Kunihiro Izumi: alto saxophone; Kenichi Matsumoto: tenor saxophone; Ryuichi Yoshida: baritone saxophone; Natsuki Tamura: trumpet; Yoshihito Fukumoto: trumpet; Takao Watanabe: trumpet; Yusaku Shirotani: trumpet; Yoshihito Fukumoto: trumpet; Haguregumo Nagamatsu: trombone; Yasuyuki Takahashi: trombone; Toshihiro Koike: trombone.

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May 11, 2020

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