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This is the complete list of our cd’s reviews. Reviews are grouped by album from the newest to the farthest. Between brackets there’s the language code in which the review is written.

Downtown Music Gallery – Triad

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Put A Sock In It

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From The Roots To The Sky

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Mizu

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Simone Massaron – Furore

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Beautie on the Waters

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Jusi In The Wine House

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  • Downtown Music Gallery talks about TRIAD

    Featuring Satoko Fujii on piano, Joe Fonda on contrabass & flute and Gianni Mimmo on soprano sax. Both pianist Satoko Fujii and bassist Joe Fonda should be no strangers to most of you serious listeners. On the other hand, Italian soprano saxist Gianni Mimmo, might be a bit more obscure. He shouldn’t be to those […]

    Midwest Records talks about TRIAD

    As Satoko Fujii continues her birthday record release marathon, here we find her trying on yet a new skin debuting this trio in this format. Recorded on her actual birthday, they day after they played together for the first time, this is art jazz going to logical extremes giving you the other side of early […]

    The Rehearsal Studio talks about TRIAD

    As might be guessed, Triad is a trio album. Fujii is joined by Gianni Mimmo on soprano saxophone and Joe Fonda, who divides his efforts between flute and bass. This is the album that comes closest to an explicit acknowledgement of the entire project. Almost all of the CD is occupied by the second track, […]

    Jazz Weekly talks about TRIAD

    Sonic Jackson Pollocks hit the canvas of your ears… Fujii teams with Joe Fonda/b-fl and Gianni Mimmo/ss on four originals that give images of space explorations. Piano strings strum along atmospheric flute on “Available Gravity” with bowed bass and abstract ivories create a ionic distribution on ”Birthday Girl.” Lurking piano notes scurry during ”Joe Melts […]

    All About Jazz talks about TRIAD

    4 stars **** Triad is the fifth of twelve monthly albums to be released as part of pianist-composer Satoko Fujii’s extended celebration of her sixtieth birthday. It is also her second album with the legendary American bassist Joe Fonda Joe Fonda. Duet (Long Song Records, 2016), recorded live in Portland, Maine in 2015, had brought […]

    All About Jazz talks about TRIAD

    Triad is the fifth of twelve monthly albums to be released as part of pianist-composer Satoko Fujii’s extended celebration of her sixtieth birthday. It is also her second album with the legendary American bassist Joe Fonda Joe Fonda. Duet (Long Song Records, 2016), recorded live in Portland, Maine in 2015, had brought the pair together […]

    Avant Music News talks about TRIAD

    The precursor to Triad, Satoko Fujii and Joe Fonda’s dazzling Duet, was one of 2016’s most delightful records and the first encounter of these two greats. Arriving from opposite sides of the free jazz/improv spectrum—one from the forefront of avant-jazz and free improvisation that flirts with modern composition, the other from the fiery spheres of […]

    The Free Jazz Blog talks about TRIAD

    4 stars 1/2 ****1/2 The precursor to Triad, Satoko Fujii and Joe Fonda’s dazzling Duet, was one of 2016’s most delightful records and the first encounter of these two greats. Arriving from opposite sides of the free jazz/improv spectrum—one from the forefront of avant-jazz and free improvisation that flirts with modern composition, the other from […]

    BUSCADERO talks about Trouble No More… All Men Are Brothers

    ***1/2 Se ancora non lo aveste capito dal titolo, vi riporto la scritta in esergo sul CD: ” A Tribute To The Spiritual Unity Of The Allman Brothers Band”. Ebbene direte voi? Non sarà certo la prima volta che si fa un tributo ai nostri amati Allman Brothers! Vero anche questo; però questa volta si […]

    DOWNBEAT talks about Trouble No More… All Men Are Brothers

    4 STARS **** Tribute albums can be tricky. The key is to give greater priority to spirit than to style. Of course, the Allman Brothers created a unique style before guitarist Duane Allman’s death just weeks before his 25th birthday. To deny that, or to step so far away from it that the tribute being […]

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