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Touching Corners by Cuong Vu

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Album Title: Shizaru
Label: RareNoiseRecords
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

Distortion and dissonance are gently parted to make way for Cuong Vu's soaring trumpet and Roy Powell's sterling piano lines. The tension created by the conflict between pretty melody and powerful disharmony is one I never tire of. This whole album is fantastic.

About the Album

Lorenzo Feliciati (bass), Cuong Vu (trumpet), Roy Powell (piano), and Pat Mastelotto (drums).

Track Listing

Faster Than An Automatic Door; 66; Shizaru; Ossimoro; Shining Skin Syndrome; Touching Corners; The Naked; Ahkton.

Personnel

Cuong Vu
Cuong Vu

trumpet

Additional Personnel

Lorenzo Feliciati: guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, electric bass; Cuong Vu: trumpet, electronics; Roy Powell: piano, Fender Rhodes piano, other keyboards; Pat Mastelotto: drums, percussion.

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Date featured

September 3, 2011

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