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Lets Eat, Then Everything Will Be Ok - Eri Yamamoto Trio - In Each Day, Something Good


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Reset your password Click the eye to show your password. Membership has its privileges. Learn more. Learn more about our star rating system. KnowingUnknowing By John Then Everything Will Be Ok - Eri Yamamoto Trio - In Each Day. En Garde By Doug Collette. But what sets Yamamoto apart from free jazz acolytes is her unabashed lyricism. Her tunes are eminently listenable, and might even be hummable if they weren't quite so complex.

As I listened to this CD I tried to think of another recent release that was at once so progressive and yet so accessible. I couldn't come up with one. Find out more about our use of this dataand also our policy on profanity. Find out more about our use of this data. Yamamoto ranges freely and widely within the parameters she establishes for herself. Bill Tilland Eri Yamamoto was trained in Japan exclusively as a classical pianist and had virtually no exposure to jazz until her first visit to Then Everything Will Be Ok - Eri Yamamoto Trio - In Each Day York, where she witnessed a concert by veteran pianist Tommy Flanagan.

And drummer Ikuo Takeuchi delivers the kind of support that leads the way as much as it beautifully underpins the compositions and the improvisations that follow.

But rather than muting the emotions at hand, it gives the music a sort Lets Eat wisdom that explains the power of a judicious approach. In Each Day, Something Good has sunny moments, but their jaunty grooves never bar the door on passages of reflection or melancholy.

She uses grace notes to good effect and moves Spirit - Fox - Fox from a spare, single-note right hand to added left-hand counterpoint and then, occasionally, to more vigorous two-handed block chords, although never according to any obvious improvisational formula. Consequently, each piece shines with its own interior light. I couldn't think of one. The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required.

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10 thoughts on “ Lets Eat, Then Everything Will Be Ok - Eri Yamamoto Trio - In Each Day, Something Good ”

  1. Kagor says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of In Each Day, Something Good on Discogs.4/4(1).
  2. Diran says:
    Mar 02,  · Listen to In Each Day, Something Good by Eri Yamamoto Trio and 50 million songs with Amazon Music Unlimited. $/month after. Let's Eat, Then Everything Will Be OK. Let's Eat, Then Everything Will Be OK. Listen Now $ 9. The Eri Yamamoto Trio follows in the tradition of the earlier Keith Jarrett and Bill Evans Trios. The 5/5(1).
  3. Kimi says:
    Half of the ten tracks on Eri Yamamoto's In Each Day, Something Good were composed to accompany a silent film by historic director Yasujiro Ozu, called I Was Born, But Pianist Yamamoto describes the film, in the liner notes of this sixth album with her trio, as "a film about the unchanging human situation serious and sometimes heartbreaking [but also having] lightness and humor.".
  4. Tegal says:
    Except for one ballad, Let’s Eat, Then Everything Will Be OK, and the boppish, up-tempo I Was Born, everything is taken at medium tempos, but melodic and stylistic variations are sufficient to.
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  6. Gok says:
    Let's Eat, Then Everything Will Be OK 9. A Little Escape Sheep Song [AUM] Eri Yamamoto: piano, compositions David Ambrosio: bass Ikuo Takeuchi: drums "Another beautiful album of deep, emotionally rich original music from this pianist and her trio.
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  9. Dugore says:
    Eri Yamamoto is an accomplished pianist and composer who has built a following in the jazz precincts of New York since moving to the U.S. from her native Japan in the s. Her latest CD, "In Each Day, Something Good," is a quirky combination of Yamamoto originals; half the tunes were inspired by her life in New York, while the other half were originally composed as a kind of soundtrack for.
  10. Akinorr says:
    Jan 12,  · The only true ballad on In Each Day, Something Good is "Let's Eat, Then Everything Will Be OK", which relieves some dark solo piano with a quiet trio section of balance and pleasure. Yamamoto 6/

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