Fumio Karashima - The Elysian Air mp3 downloadPerformer: Fumio Karashima
Title: The Elysian Air
Location: Ashibina Hall, Okinawa City, Okinawa, Japan
Released: March 14, 2006
Date of recording: June 29, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1556 mb
Size FLAC version: 1723 mb
Size WMA version: 1106 mb
Format: MMF ASF MIDI AIFF MP4 FLAC
Fumio Karashima - The Elysian Air mp3 download
Love For Sale - Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄) The Elysian Air, Recorded June 29, 2001 Fumio Karashima (p) (辛島文雄) Yosuke Inoue (b) Shingo Okudaira (ds) mogu select.
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Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄, Karashima Fumio, 9 March 1948 – 24 February 2017) was a Japanese jazz pianist.
In this album, he had shown an excellent piano technique that was a bit different from his piano solo works. After that, he formed a new trio with Yosuke Inoue and Shingo Okudaira, and released The Elysian Air in 2002 and It’s Just Beginning in 2004, both of which were highly acclaimed as masterpieces of piano trio. Also, his live recording from a duo concert with Kei Akagi Grand New Touch made a real hit of jazz piano. His later works include his collaboration with Jack DeJohnette Great Time, his standard solo album Moon River in which he played a Fazioli piano regarded as the best.
Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄 Karashima Fumio, 9 March 1948 – 24 February 2017) was a Japanese jazz pianist. Karashima began playing the piano at the age of three. His father was a music teacher at Kyushu University; Karashima attended the same university. He stayed in New York in 1973, but returned to Japan the next year. In 1975 he joined drummer George Ohtsuka's band. In 1980 he joined Elvin Jones' Jazz Machine, and stayed for five years, including for tours of Europe and the United States.
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Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄, Karashima Fumio, born 9 March 1948) is a Japanese jazz pianist. The Elysian Air. VideoArts. Trio, with Yosuke Inoue (bass), Shingo Okudaira (drums). Emarcy, Polydor Japan. Duet, with Toots Thielemans.
Fumio Karashima Quintet Fumio Karashima Trio. Popular Covers by Fumio Karashima. Originally by Maxine Sullivan, Louis Armstrong, Bill Bailey, The Dandridge Sisters, The Rhythmettes and The Deep River Boys. Released on The Elysian Air (2002).
Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄, Karashima Fumio). 1948-03-09)9 March 1948 Oita, Japan. Karashima began playing the piano at the age of three, his father was a music teacher at Kyushu University; Karashima attended the same university. In 1980 he joined Elvin Jones' Jazz Machine, and stayed for five.
Fumio Karashima (辛島文雄, 9 March 1948 – 24 February 2017) was a Japanese jazz pianist.
|1||Open the Gate Fumio Karashima||Fumio Karashima||12:41|
|2||Norwegian Woods John Lennon / Paul McCartney||Fumio Karashima||7:35|
|3||Tony Williams Fumio Karashima||Fumio Karashima||8:54|
|4||Love for Sale Cole Porter||Fumio Karashima||12:22|
|5||Darn That Dream Eddie DeLange / James Van Heusen||Fumio Karashima||7:28|
|6||Autumn Leaves Joseph Kosma / Jacques Prévert||Fumio Karashima||7:12|
CreditsEddie DeLange - Composer
James Van Heusen - Composer
Masakazu Hirao - Art Direction
Yosuke Inoue - Bass (Acoustic), Group Member
Fumio Karashima - Composer, Group Member, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer
Joseph Kosma - Composer
John Lennon - Composer
Paul McCartney - Composer
Shingo Okudaira - Drums, Group Member
Cole Porter - Composer
Jacques Prévert - Composer