Didi Mudigdo | Live at Sapporo Jazz Festival

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Live at Sapporo Jazz Festival

by Didi Mudigdo

Straight-ahead jazz vocalist/pianist
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Intro: S'wonderful
6:22 album only
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2. Cold Duck Time
8:00 album only
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3. Here There and Everywhere
4:09 album only
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4. Her Bouncing
7:15 album only
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5. Norwegian Wood
8:06 album only
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6. Finale: Something You Got
9:31 album only

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Live at Sapporo Jazz Festival - Didi Mudigdo (vocals, piano, harmonica), David Goodman (drums), Kyo Kitagaki (double bass)

Born in Australia to Indonesian parents, Didi Mudigdo is a popular singer, pianist and entertainer who in 2005 was the most-downloaded independent jazz vocals artist on the Australian MP3 website mp3.com.au. He graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a jazz major, and has since toured Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Indonesia, performing at many festivals and jazz clubs. As well as performing, Didi has composed and recorded with Australian contemporary electronica groups TJ Eckleberg and TUFA, and was a Top 10 finalist in the 2005 Australian National Songwriting Contest (jazz category), together with co-composer Debra Blaquiere.

Didi’s vocals are inspired and influenced by Chet Baker and Blossom Dearie, jazz singers who like himself, are as accomplished on voice as they are on their instruments. On piano, he is influenced by jazz pianists from the 1950’s, the likes of Red Garland, Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly.

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