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Name:Keiko Matsui Walls Of Akendora [MP3 224 320][h33t][schon55]

Total Size: 66.70 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-09-21 14:31:00 (Update Now)

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 wallsofakendora.jpg

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 09 - Walls Of Akendora.mp3

5.86 MB

 10 - Bay Of Destiny.mp3

6.38 MB

 Keiko Matsui - Walls Of Akendora Info.txt

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 06 - Walking Through It.mp3

6.49 MB

 07 - Blue Butterfly.mp3

6.60 MB

 08 - Gentle Sands.mp3

7.29 MB

 04 - Canvas.mp3

6.60 MB

 05 - Akendora's Clock.mp3

7.63 MB

 01 - Overture For The City.mp3

6.88 MB

 02 - Crystal Shadow.mp3

6.38 MB

 03 - Mountain Shakedown.mp3

6.58 MB
 

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Album: Walls Of Akendora - 2005
Artist: Keiko Matsui
Genre: Jazz
Bitrate : 224-320

"Fusion/new age keyboard player Keiko Matsui grew up in Tokyo, and took her first piano lesson at the age of five. Influenced by Stevie Wonder and Rachmaninov as well as early fusion masters Maurice Jarre and Chick Corea, Matsui began composing while in junior high, but studied children's culture at the Japan Women's University (Nihon Joshidaigaku)."

Although her press materials since 2000 have trumpeted her two wins as "Best Female Artist" at the National Smooth Jazz Awards, the brilliant Japanese-born keyboardist and composer is secure enough in her genius, spirituality, and vast popularity (1.2 million units sold to date) that she never limits herself to one genre. Her recent Narada albums have been a happily unpredictable mixed bag, with 2002's The Ring exploring her new age and classical influences and 2004's Wildflower going in a worldbeat direction, no doubt in connection with her charitable efforts on behalf of the U.N.'s World Food Program in Africa. Matsui fanatics will no doubt be jumping all over maps of her homeland looking for a place called "Akendora," but it's a place of her own creation, where she runs to spend contemplative moments and find peace. Wherever it is, fans of her jazzier side are going to love this collection. It includes trademark moments of lush piano amidst big, booming percussive and orchestral drama ("Akendora's Clock"), but focuses more on spirited, even swinging jazz, both free-form (as on the busy, trumpet-laced, scratch-heavy, urban-flavored jam "Overture for the City") and ultra-smooth (the laid-back, catchy, and hooky midtempo ballad "Gentle Sands"; the fun and playful "Canvas"). Unlike most releases categorized as smooth jazz, this is infused throughout with Matsui's unexpected creative textures. "Blue Butterfly" starts out like a typical new age number before evolving into a spacy, ambient jazz exercise complete with wild piano runs and distant horn calls. Husband and producer Kazu Matsui's unique, bass-bubbling production textures on "Crystal Shadow" turn its mainstream melody into a hypnotic, thought-provoking piece. And her early genre classic "Mountain Shakedown" is given a post-millennial spruce-up, complete with trip-hop production textures, a sped-up bassline, and some extra piano improvisation. One could literally go on for days trying to verbally capture the hundreds of surprises that fill a 44-minute Matsui project. She's hard to categorize but always an innovative delight to listen to. ~ Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide

01 Overture For The City
02 Crystal Shadow
03 Mountain Shakedown
04 Canvas
05 Akendora's Clock
06 Walking Through It
07 Blue Butterfly
08 Gentle Sands
09 Walls of Akendora
10 Bay Of Destiny

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