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Album · 2019

Filed under Fusion
By STANCE TONGUE

Tracklist

1. SPY (5:45)
2. Light Of The Seasons (7:51)
3. Freeway (4:06)
4. No. 179 (7:46)
5. Oil Colors (7:15)
6. Junky Strut (2:48)
7. x (8:12)
8. cherish (6:14)
9. MUSE (6:48)

Total Time 56:44

Line-up/Musicians

- Yumi Nakamura / saxophone
- Hiroaki Takabatake / keyboards
- Nobukazu Katagiri / drums
- Eizo Koganezaka / guitar
- Atsutomo Ishigaki / bass

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DamoXt7942
Foundation is everything. Sounds like STANCE TONGUE's second creation "Our" mentions these words via the nine tracks by the quintet, let me say at first. A Nagoya-oriented jazz / funk quintet STANCE TONGUE were founded in 2014 featuring five individual talented musicians each of whom has different musical basis and taste from the others, but they can be merged, unified, harmonized, and completely crystallized as a perfect sound collective in this album (and maybe on stage, I've not attended yet though). Every tone via their instruments gets synchronized together and knocks our mind door step by step. Without any eccentricity nor oddness, the five gemstones polish themselves to brilliant gems through modest but steady play technique.

Keyboard-based beautiful lines here and there created by Hiroaki are wonderful, as if we lay down in a flowergarden. In "Freeway" it's crazy fascinating that fantastic saxophone vibes and percussive drumming are chasing after each other. Yumi's saxophone play should colourize their entire soundscape, it's apparent. Eizo's complicated guitar phrases in "No. 179" (means what?) is great indeed but no exaggeration nor bombast around him ... what an importance. Needless to say, the rhythm section - Nobukazu's drumming and Atsutomo's bass play - keeps supporting the whole sound atmosphere as a ground basis. The two fundamental players especially the bassist have no grandeur nor extraordinariness, but they make themselves behave as a backbone of the quintet ... yikes, their strict pay in a supportive, modest manner should be quite tougher than under the spotlight.

In any situation or under any circumstance, we can enjoy their sincere play.

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