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25-05-2014, 08:51
Music | Jazz

Kazumi Watanabe - Spinning Globe (2013)

Artist: Kazumi Watanabe
Title Of Album: Spinning Globe
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Warner Music Japan
Genre: Jazz / Fusion
Format: MP3
Bitrate: CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 56:56 min
Total Size: 124 MB


1. Spinning Globe [06:23]
2. Secret Of Tokyo [07:03]
3. Duress Code [05:20]
4. Owed To Joy [07:01]
5. The User [04:37]
6. Reflection Of Paris [08:26]
7. Kokoro [07:19]
8. I Will [04:35]
9. JFK [06:07]

Spinning Globe Featuring Jeff Berlin album for sale by Jeff Berlin / Kazumi Watanabe is scheduled to be released Dec 17, 2013 on the Warner Bros. label.

Kazumi Watanabeis a jazz and jazz fusion guitarist, from Tokyo, Japan. He was born on October 14, 1953 [1][2]

Kazumi learned to play guitar from Sadanori Nakamure, one of Japan's grandmaster guitarists. Kazumi released his first recording in 1971, and quickly became a promising guitarist in his own right. In 1979, he formed an all-star band with some of Japan's leading studio musicians, and recorded the album Kylyn, which is considered a masterpiece in fusion music.

During the eighties Watanabe released a considerable number of jazz-rock albums. To Chi Ka (1980), with its funk influences and bright sound, is probably the most famous early title. Some latter albums, such as Mobo Club (1983) and Mobo Splash (1985) display more experimental tendencies. But the most famous of all is Spice of Life (1987) which is done in a strongly melodic style. A DVD has been issued from the tour in which the music was played with drummer Bill Bruford and bassist Jeff Berlin (who also play on the studio record). In the 1990s Kazumi assembled an all-Japanese line-up called Resonance Vox (Vagabonde Suzuki on bass, Rikiya Higahihara on drums, Tomohiro Yahiro on percussion). This band has released several adventurous fusion albums.

Watanabe has worked with numerous musicians such as Steve Gadd, Tony Levin, Jeff Berlin, Bill Bruford, Sly and Robbie, Wayne Shorter, Patrick Moraz, Marcus Miller, Richard Bona, and Peter Erskine. Since 1996, he has been a visiting professor of music at Senzoku Gakuen College. He endorses Steinberger and Paul Reed Smith guitars, and has been chosen Best Jazzman 24 years in a row by Swing Journal's annual poll. DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD

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