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Sumi Tonooka - Here Comes Kai flac album

Performer: Sumi Tonooka
Title: Here Comes Kai
Style: Post-Bop,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Duration: 56:59
Location: Clinton Studios, New York, NY
Relesed: March 28, 1991
Recording date: 1992
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 719
Other formats: ADX MP3 AU AC3 MPC VOC

Biography by Michael G. Nastos. Born on October 3, 1956 in Philadelphia, PA, modern mainstream jazz pianist Sumi Tonooka began her musical studies at age seven at the hometown Settlement Music School with Ester Cinberg and Gary Goldschneider.

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Here is a sneak audio peak of yesterday's rehearsal of my trio for our upcoming concert at Clef Club. Sat Sept 15th at 7:30) It's just an audio snippet (off my phone) of us working on feel on an original called Outside In. Thats Richard Hill on bass and Craig McIver on drums.

Sumi Tonooka (born October 3, 1956) is an American jazz pianist and composer. In 1985, Tonooka was commissioned by the Japanese American Cultural Association to write a piece based on the experiences of her mother, who was interned at Manzanar. This work, Out from the Silence, incorporates koto and shakuhachi instruments alongside standard jazz instrumentation  . Here Comes Kai (Candid Records, 1993?) References. She had an African-American father and a Japanese-American mother Throughout her career, Tonooka has worked as a jazz pianist with musicians such as Kenny Burrell, Little Jimmy Scott, Sonny Fortune, Red Rodney, Benny Golson, Erica Lindsay, Odean Pope, Philly Joe Jones, Bobby Zankel and David Fathead Newman. Taking Time (Candid Records, 1991). The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Giant Steps John Coltrane Sumi Tonooka 6:09
2 It Must Be Real Sumi Tonooka Sumi Tonooka 7:22
3 At Home Sumi Tonooka Sumi Tonooka 8:40
4 In the Void Sumi Tonooka Sumi Tonooka 8:03
5 Warm Valley Duke Ellington Sumi Tonooka 6:48
6 Upper Manhattan Medical Group Billy Strayhorn Sumi Tonooka 7:21
7 The Mystery Sumi Tonooka Sumi Tonooka 7:44
8 Here Comes Kai Sumi Tonooka Sumi Tonooka 4:52

Credits

Alan Bates - Executive Producer
Harry Bates - Design
John Coltrane - Composer
Gene Curtis - Engineer
Rich Dunoff - Photography
Duke Ellington - Composer
Yoshio Maki - Producer
Lewis Nash - Drums
Brian Priestley - Liner Notes
Rufus Reid - Bass
Billy Strayhorn - Composer
Sumi Tonooka - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
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