Yuichiro Tokuda Ralyzzdig | Wind

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Wind

by Yuichiro Tokuda Ralyzzdig

Jazz from Japan "Contemporary jazz with its overwhelming energy and rich lyricism will not leave my ear once I hear it ..."~Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2018 Japan)
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Mandala
4:45 album only
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2. Wind (From Normandy)
6:03 album only
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3. Brings Me Southern Distance
5:56 album only
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4. Verano De Escocia (Summer in Scotland)
7:59 album only
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5. Kamome (Seagull)
4:59 album only
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6. The Hat Catches the Leeway
5:08 album only
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7. Sweet Dreams My Love
5:33 album only
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8. Lotus Flowers
6:46 album only
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9. One Flag
4:37 album only
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10. Wind Ⅱ (Prayer)
5:20 album only
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11. Wind (Space Dreamers Version)
3:37 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"It rocks my heart like a wind of one. It is neither gusts nor breeze. It is comfortable, but it is not just that, it has strength. This balance is exquisite. From Normandy to the universe, this wind keeps blowing everywhere." ~ Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2018 Japan)

"Contemporary jazz with its overwhelming energy and rich lyricism will not leave my ear once I hear it ...The real "sound" in the music is because what he learned in real experience will be reflected. He is a minstrel who travels the world and is a realist." ~Jazz JAPAN Magazine (2018 Japan)

"In addition to the conventional jumping drive feeling, he will also show landscape observations in foreign countries, ethnicism which can tighten our hearts, hand clapping used for flamenco, and his sweet vocals. Looking for new grounds, keeping the spirit of nature but powerfulness, you can see the holding as a band that has always challenged growth and change. " ~ Tower Records Magazine/intoxicate (2018 Japan)

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