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Yuko Mabuchi Trio (Live)

Yuko Mabuchi Trio

Available in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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1
What Is This Thing Called Love? (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
7:30
2
Valse noire (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
5:10
3
On Green Dolphin Street (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
7:21
4
Seriously (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
8:47
5
All the Things You Are / Take the "A" Train / Satin Doll (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
8:29
6
Hazy Moon / Cherry Blossom / Look at the Sky (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
11:18
7
Sona's Song (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
4:19
8
St. Thomas (Live)
Yuko Mabuchi Trio
6:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:08
Japanese jazz pianist Yuko Mabuchi and her trio present a session recorded live for Yarlung Records at the University of Southern California's Cammilleri Hall in Los Angeles. Exploring her own fresh take on standards such as What Is This Thing Called Love? alongside pop numbers and her own composition, the classically trained Mabuchi weaves a mesmerizing spell over her listeners.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Yarlung Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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Software for Mac OS X

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Software for Windows

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