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If you love jazz, well if you are a music lover I suggest you check this album out.
She takes you to a new level with her brilliant handling of the piano and the way she express herself when she writes her music, is just wonderful.
To think this project has ever been made is alone an argument that should convince anyone to buy this album.
I own just about every Hiromi availabe. I am amazed at the musicianship and the music. Just buy one of the cd's and you will
find out for yourself
Hiromi has technicality, musicality, energy, variety, and heart. Really, she's a great musician, and deserves your attention. Check her out, and buy this album. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brandon Rowell
This and 'Place to Be' are likely my favorite Hiromi albums. It shows her quirky nature, and obvious ability / skill.Published 7 months ago by Noskcire
To imagine a more potent contemporary trio is going to be a challenge. To think this project has ever been made is alone an argument that should convince anyone to buy this album.Published 8 months ago by Frederik
... and a little of Keith Jarrett. Wonderful, expressive, take-me-out-of-this-world jazz pianist. I would love to see her in personPublished 10 months ago by Bamboo lover
The line up with Anthony on bass and Simon on drums is a perfect match for Hiromi's style and compostions. Very good stuff.Published 14 months ago by Christopher
I was introduced to Hiromi Uehara by a music mentor the other day. Suffice to say, I have been drawing inspiration from her music ever since. Cool! :)Published 14 months ago by James M. Randorff
Gave this and "Move" together and in both cases they are played back-to-back early in the day to set the stage for the hours ahead. Very much enjoyed!!!!Published 15 months ago by slaofpeoria
I had never heard Hiromi until a couple of years ago when a fellow music lover in Colorado gave me heads up on her. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kurt Harding