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Potential Energy by Satoko Fujii

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Album Title: Yamiyo Ni Karasu
Label: Libra Records
Released: 2015

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Demanding Mariachi styling, thematic score.

About the Album

“Potential Energy” is a track off pianist-composer Satoko Fujii’s album "Yamiyo Ni Karasu." One of the most original and wide-ranging voices in modern jazz, Satoko Fujii has documented her abilities on more than 70 CDs in less than 20 years. A master of reinvention, pianist-composer Satoko Fujii transforms her New Trio into the wildly inventive quartet Tobira featuring bassist Todd Nicholson, drummer/percussionist Takashi Itani, and the addition of trumpeter Natsuki Tamura. The quartet will release its debut CD, "Yamiyo Ni Karasu", July 14, 2015 on Libra Records.

Track Listing

Hanabi; Run After A Shadow; Fuki; Wind Dance; Centrifugal Force; Potential Energy; Yamiyo Ni Karasu.

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Additional Personnel

Satoko Fujii: piano; Natsuki Tamura: trumpet; Todd Nicholson: bass; Takashi Itani: drums.

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July 13, 2015

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