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|1.||"Yoko Ai To Kako (Mimikazari)" (3:41)|
|2.||"Noriko Ai To Omei (Utsukushiki Emono)" (3:10)|
|3.||"Chie Ai To Shinjitsu (Ame No Hi No Wana)" (3:44)|
|4.||"Miyako Ai To Tsuiseki (Koi No Wana)" (2:52)|
|5.||"Nobuko Ai To Tobo (Shi To Sora To)" (5:12)|
|1.||"Miyako Ai To Gisei (Aoi Kemonotachi)" (4:09)|
|2.||"Misako Ai To Kibo (Tobosha)" (2:50)|
|3.||"Sakiko Ai To Uragiri (Hitokui)" (3:41)|
|4.||"Sanae Ai To Kyofu (Konoha No Fune)" (4:42)|
Like many jazz performers, Japanese pianist Masahiko Sato has accumulated a vast discography over the years. At the last count he'd released well over 80 albums, though few are quite as magical (or rare, for that matter) as his 1970 set "Kayobi No Onna". The music was initially composed as part of the soundtrack to a Japanese TV "suspense drama", before being collected together on an album that touches on traditional jazz, soul-jazz, modern classical, jazz-folk and jazz-rock. It's an impressively diverse set that sees Sato utilize all manner of intriguing instruments to create atmospheric, melodic moments that still sparkle all these years on.
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