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Name:Keiko Matsui Wildflower [MP3 224 320][h33t][schon55]

Total Size: 72.65 MB

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Keiko Matsui - Wildflower Info.txt (Size: 72.65 MB) (Files: 14)

 Keiko Matsui - Wildflower Info.txt

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 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

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 Wildflower.jpg

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 09 - Seeker.mp3

7.52 MB

 10 - Stone Circle.mp3

7.55 MB

 11 - Wildflower.mp3

5.95 MB

 06 - Reflections.mp3

6.65 MB

 07 - White Castle.mp3

6.35 MB

 08 - Temple of Life.mp3

5.87 MB

 03 - Sense of a Journey.mp3

6.55 MB

 04 - Brand New Wind.mp3

6.23 MB

 05 - Eldest of All.mp3

5.98 MB

 01 - Flashback.mp3

7.24 MB

 02 - Facing Up.mp3

6.76 MB
 

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Album: Wildflower - 2004
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)."

The spiritual and charitable-minded Japanese keyboardist, who blends ethereal new age textures with a rich soul-jazz sensibility better than anyone, is in top form on her 14th studio release. Like its recent predecessors on Narada Jazz, the album features songs that are all about the landscape between subtlety and drama, elegant piano melodies and improvisations, dramatic flute and sax harmonies, and rich ambiences dense with percussion. Tying in perfectly with her current humanitarian work with United Nations World Food Program (WFP) efforts in Africa (most of her recent albums have tied into some charitable or health cause), the collection features subtle worldbeat threads throughout. "Flashback" features a gentle, classical-flavored piano melody over a gently throbbing bassline, before Matsui does some dramatic improvisations over dense, exotic percussion textures. "Facing Up" is quintessential graceful Matsui up until the feisty, machine-generated wall of polyrhythmic drums (which she simply dances over). "Sense of a Journey" is a little more smooth jazz-centered in spots, but later goes on a film score-like orchestral tangent. The intro to "Reflections" is low-key but decidedly African jungle in vibe, while the sweeping "Temple of Life" features hints of sitar, vocal choirs, and chanting beyond the orchestral flair. The closing title track is probably the most restrained piece production-wise, but also one of the most memorable melodically; its royalty proceeds will benefit the WFP, her latest charity. Matsui is always so consistent that it's hard to decide if one album ever tops another, but like most albums in her catalog, Wildflower is irresistible in its execution of incredible dynamics throughout. ~ Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide

01 Flashback
02 Facing Up
03 Sense of a Journey
04 Brand New Wind
05 Eldest of All
06 Reflections
07 White Castle
08 Temple of Life
09 Seeker
10 Stone Circle
11 Wildflower

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