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  • Audio CD (March 22, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Heads Up
  • ASIN: B0007QJ1HK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #388,448 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jan P. Dennis on March 30, 2005
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Andy Narell seems to have fully settled into his new group, which strikes me, amazingly, as even better than his great mid-eighties band. The difference? The truly international flavor each artist brings to the table. Mario Canonge (piano, Fender Rhodes, from Martinique), Michel Alibo (electric bass guitar, from Guadeloupe), and Jean Philippe Fanfant (drums, from France) imbue this music with an infectiousness and crazy island rhythmic sensibility that situates it in a special category in world jazz. Fanfant, especially, puts a unique stamp on the proceedings, emerging as a monster in the drums chair.

I thought their first disc, wonderful as it is, was little more than Andy Narell with some new sidemen. This second recording has forced me to rethink that view. For one thing, each of these musicians brings a musical personality and level of accomplishment equal to that of Narell. For another, Mario Canonge, who has several very nice discs out under his own name and has very far-ranging musical experience, shares a plurality of compositions with Narell, and his are every bit as good. The other members also contribute memorable tunes, especially Fanfant's driving "Ewa Belia." But it must be admitted that the high point is a new Narell song, "One More Touch," with its combination of ravishing romanticism, understated melodic elegance, and subtly shifting rhythms. So I guess it is, after all, a case of the more things change, the more they stay the same.

In any case, world jazz of the highest order.
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Being a busy musician with lots of music to listen to, I am easily bored with many tunes and bands that I come across. So much of it sounds the same. Not the case with Sakesho! When I was turned on to this band by Marshall Vente at WDCB in Chicago, I was hooked. I own both of the albums released by Sakesho and I have a great appreciation for both.

This isn't music that you will come across every day. It's a breath of fresh air! And the way these guys play it, well, is fantastic. They are incredibly talented, creative, and a real treat to listen to.

If you're looking for something new that doesn't sound like the every day, check out Sakesho. You won't be disappointed!
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Excellent sophomore album by Sakesho, they dug even deeper in the music and it shows greatly. They sound tighter as a band (touring all over the planet for the last 2 years certainly helped!) and the beautiful compositions reveal yet different sides of their resperctive talents.

Canonge and Alibo are from Martinique, JP Fanfant is from Guadeloupe and Narrell is from Trinid ... oops ... USA.

That's world jazz at its finest, REAL music lovers get this CD!!!
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