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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.

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  • Step Tempest Blog talks about Duet

    If ever an album needed a video of the performance, “Duet” by pianist Satoko Fuji and bassist Joe Fonda (Long Song Records) is one. Not that the music the duo performs is not strong on its own but it would be enhanced by watching the musicians playing and interacting. Personally, I have seen Mr. Fonda […]

    The Classical Arts talks about Duet

    The pairing of pianist Satoko Fujii, 58, and bassist Joe Fonda, 62, for a Duet concert recording in the Meloon Chapel of the Woodfords Congregational Church in Portland Maine was made even more magical than it already was when Fujii’s husband, trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, surprisingly bum-rushed the stage to make the second set into a […]

    Salt Peanuts talks about Duet

    Pianist Satoko Fujii coming from Japan, and is, in my opinion, one of the toughest jazz musicians on the planet at present. She moved across the ocean in 1985, to study at Berklee, where she finished in 1985, when she returned to Japan. But where she could not be. So in 1993 she sat in […]

    Jazz Convention talks about No Time Left!

    Daniele Cavallanti e Tiziano Tononi sono fedeli ad un’idea di musica che prende le mosse dai protagonisti della rivoluzione del free jazz, procedendo in avanti con i movimenti e i personaggi che hanno operato in continuità con quello stile, in particolare i rappresentanti della scuola di Chicago, senza dimenticare di stabilire un allacciamento consistente con […]

    Gli Stati Generali talks about Duet

    A proposito di Paul Bley (che con la sua scomparsa ai primi di gennaio ha aperto l’anno horribilis delle morti di musicisti celebri), è dedicata a lui anche la lunga suite che costituisce l’asse portante del disco “Duet” (Long Song Records) della pianista giapponese Satoko Fujii insieme al contrabbassista americano Joe Fonda (al flauto in […]

    NEUGUITARS talks about Flawless Dust

    Musicians are a diverse, changing and unstable community. Take for example this record that sees the duo composed by late lamented guitarrist Garrison Fewell and Italian saxophonist Gianni Mimmo playing togheter. Garrison Fewell was gone July 5, 2015, exactly one summer ago. Fewell was an expert guide, an outstanding soloist, a teacher, an author and […]

    All About Jazz talks about Duet

    4 stars 1/2. Two of creative music’s most inventive forces come together on Duet. Musical restiveness is at the core of pianist/accordionist and composer Satoko Fujii. With a catalogue three-score deep, she has covered formations from large orchestra to solo where the common denominator is her wide and daring exploration of improvisational spaces. Her adroit […]

    All About Jazz (2) talks about Duet

    5 STARS! The story behind the creation of the miraculous album, Duet by pianist Satoko Fujii and bassist Joe Fonda is one of those things that makes one a believer in karma. Although both have played with reed man Gebhard Ullmann in various configurations, Fujii and Fonda had never met, and had not heard much, […]

    All About Jazz Italia talks about The Blessed Prince

    5 STELLE! Abbiamo già parlato due volte di questo strepitoso quartetto di Emanuele Parrini e di questo disco, preparato due anni orsono con un concerto che ne precedette la registrazione e presentato quest’inverno con un altro live. E ne avevamo parlato bene. Adesso, dopo l’attento ascolto del CD, non possiamo che ripeterci. L’album ripresenta infatti […]

    Kathodic talks about The Blessed Prince

    3 stelle e mezzo ***1/2 Che Emanuele Parrini sia diventato un punto fermo nella rete del new-jazz nostrano e non, ce lo dimostra il suo curriculum, già piuttosto voluminoso in fatto di incontri ‘piccanti’: spuntano collaborazioni col Dinamitri Jazz Folklore, l’Italian Instabile Orchestra , e il Rene Cene Resnik Quartet (da cui nacque l’irruento “From […]

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