Live At Blue Note Tokyo (Live) Ai Kuwabara, Steve Gadd, Will Lee

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Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
20.03.2019

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  • 1Somehow It's Been A Rough Day (Live)09:03
  • 2How Do You Keep The Music Playing? (Live)06:02
  • 3Black Orfeus Medley (Live)12:10
  • 4Whereabouts (Live)07:20
  • 5SAW (Live)06:48
  • 6March Comes In Like A Lion (Live)07:12
  • 7All Life Will End Someday, Only The Sea Will Remain (Live)05:34
  • 8Blue Rondo à la Turk (Live)08:00
  • 9The Back (Live)08:25
  • Total Runtime01:10:34

Info for Live At Blue Note Tokyo (Live)



A live album with jazz pianist Ai Kuwabara performing with the world's top musicians! A live album featuring live performances at Blue Note Tokyo where jazz pianist Ai Kuwabara co-starred with the world's top musicians such as Steve Gadd (ds) and Will Lee (b). These three members co-made, and songs from the album "Somehow, Someday, Somewhere" released in 2017, and new songs from the original written for this performance, such as "Blue Rondo a la Turk" and other standards Includes songs. A live album that combines Abundance with rich musical sensibility and techniques, and opens up the future of jazz with Aihara Kasahara and the performances of two of the world's top musicians.

Ai Kuwabara, piano
Will Lee, bass, vocals
Steve Gadd, drums



Ai Kuwabara
(b. 1991) produces her original music in collaboration with bassist Yusuke Morita for this piano trio project. While her music calls to mind a striking resemblance to that of two of her most loved and admired jazz pianists, Michel Petrucciani and Esbjörn Svensson of the Esbjörn Svensson Trio (E.S.T.), Kuwabara expresses her creative world with the backing of her lush sensitivity and precise technique.

The trio’s first album “from here to there” (ewe records) debuted nationally in Japan in November 2012, and their second album, “THE SIXTH SENSE” (ewe records), released in April 2013, reached number one on the Tower Records Jazz Chart (Japan). In addition, The Japan Timesselected it as the best album of the first half of 2013 (jazz category), a great acknowledgment.

The trio has performed at a number of festivals, including Sapporo City Jazz 2013 and the 12th Tokyo Jazz Festival (Tokyo International Forum, Hall A).Also they performed 4cities of the west coast in the US(Berkeley,LA,Denver,Anchorage) and gained great success.(Cooperator:The Japan Foundation)

They released their third album "the Window"(ewe records) released in April 2014.

This album contains no booklet.

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