Dan Roberts | Yoshimisongs

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Yoshimisongs

by Dan Roberts

A jazz piano trio reimagining of one of the greatest rock albums of all time.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. It's All a Mystery
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2. Synthetic Kind of Love
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3. Taking Lots of Vitams
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4. Second Tableau (in Which Girl and Robot Square Off in a Gladiato
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5. Is to Love Just a Waste??
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6. The Moment Never Came
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7. What Is This??
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8. Look Outside
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9. The Most Beautiful Face
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10. We're Not Gonna Make It
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11. Epilogue (in Which All Is Forgiven, and Many New Amazing Sights
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Dan Roberts Trio consists of Dan on piano, Larry Ferguson on drums, and Jeff Reed on bass. Their repertoire consists of jazz re-creations of songs by artists such as Wilco, the Postal Service, the Flaming Lips, the Shins, Aimee Mann, Radiohead, and Bernard Herrmann. And a bunch of others. They recently recorded a jazz interpretation of "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots," the majestic opus of the Flaming Lips.

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Bob

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Mr. Dan...You got a nice fresh sound. Sort of reminds me of the jazz we heard in the 50s but with more life. I just bought a new cp300 today and that is how I happened on to your music.

Anyway, I predict you will continue to do well in this medium. I will look for your music to purchase. Thanks, Bob
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