Tone Of Your Voice - Tiger Okoshi - Color Of Soil (CD, Album)

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Label: JVC Music, Inc. - JVC-2071-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop

I also learned all the details from her web site. Daniela Schaechter started early her musical career: by her mid-teens was already performing publicly in Sicily, as well as doing studio session work.

She was awarded a full-tuition scholarship to the Henry Mancini Institute for one month; there she met Billy Childs her favourite composer. Daniela was classically trained in Sicily, Italy. Oh yes, she represents in huge way by fabulously working the keys while staying attached to superb solos by saxophonist Jimmy Green.

Yes, his tone is sweet! Vocally, Danilea voice is alluring therefore giving the listener a treat with the delectable slice of piano and vocals. The beauty of this track she tranports you into a reviting music excursion. The players came to play, the fire and gusto of solos and interplay of the ensemble exceed exspectations at this point. Once again, her classical piano voice connects to the lineage of jazz are a match made in heaven. Simply radiant! From beginning to the end, her musical repertoire will simply amaze you, the melodies provocative, her playing is lush and exuberant.

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Diamond Member. I should do a little comparative listening test and report my findings, methinks. Wasn't easy to write with all the good music going on in my head, though.

Splitting Hairs I need to preface this article with the observation that these are all great headphones. In this article, I'm testing these cans in a comparative manner. If you're not careful you might walk away thinking there's more difference between these cans than I actually heard.

In the end, these headphones are all very, very good, which means the differences between them are actually relatively small. In addition, I will have just a couple of days listening to this set-up. The differences I hear will not be drawn from months of experience.

All of these products deliver nuance that is simply inaccessible and somewhat indescribable like dancing about architecture in an article of this type. My intention here is simply to get a basic read on the general character of each headphone relative to one another, and offer it to you as a first pass sorting of the gear.

From there on, you'll really need to do the listening yourself to find gear that suits your taste. Testing Proceedure I did the listening tests one track at a time listening to each headphone, but will present the data here one headphone at a time to make it easier for you to read.

Almost all the tracks I listen to are short seconds snippets of music with which I am intimately familiar I use these tracks exclusively on all my evaluations, and have done so for approximately the last 5 years.

If there's such a thing as objective listening, this is it. To our ears, it should sound like static that doesn't have any particular frequency that draws attention. It should just sound like broad, smooth noise. Listening to pink noise is especially helpful in picking out peaks in the frequency response dips are much harder to hear. Pink noise mainly allows me to readily identify hot spots in the treble range, and the overall balance between bass, mids, and treble. Bass Texture and Extension - These tracks help me identify how well articulated the texture of bass notes are.

In it, the tuba's texture and lip smacking juiciness is groovy. Poorly reproduced it turns into a murky blur. The masterful and raw texture of his playing are evident. Lastly, the opening bars of Tiger Okoshi's "Color of Soil" feature some of the lowest notes I've heard on a string bass. The second low note is an Adam's Apple wobbler. Great for hearing extension. Bass Slam - Because so many listeners these days want bass slam, and it's not easy to get low bass with impact, I have special tracks for hearing bass slam.

Medeski Martin and Wood's "Chubb Sub" includes an unusually course sounding stand-up bass and big loose drum section. If the system doesn't have bass impact, it can sound a bit thin. All the bits need to gel above the electric bass line or your head will not bop. Midrange - Here, it's mostly about the human voice. If you don't get it right, you won't have the sense of the physical presence of a person standing in front of you.

It's important to note the enunciation of the mouth combining with the resonance of the nasal passage and heft of the chest. Both male and female voices should be heard to complete the test as both have differing character.

Things should sound natural, rich, and easy; our hearing is particularly in tune with the sound of another's voice. The Persuasions "Oh! Darlin'" is an a cappella group of men singing this Beatles tune, and recorded with Chesky Records' famously realistic sensibilities.

Completely unaccompanied, we hear a dense and rich blending of male voices; when well reproduced, they surround you with their honey rich realism. Anna Caram "The Telephone Song" another Chesky recording , is a lovely Brazilian lady happily serenading you and a mild Sunday morning. Her voice is rich and clear; you can almost hear the tones emitting from her neck and head along with her mouth. Treble - Again, with the David Johansen track from the opening notes, we hear a laid-back electric guitar intro supported by the drummer using brushes on snare and cymbal.

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    Listen to Color of Soil by TIGER OKOSHI on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Color of Soil", "Wings, We All Have" and more. Album · · 9 Songs. Sign In Listen Now Browse Tone of Your Voice. 4.
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    Recorded with crystalline clarity using JVC's XRCD2 process, the music on this CD is focused, serious, intense, but always quite listenable and rewarding. Several of the compositions on this CD were inspired by the Kobe earthquake of , which Okoshi experienced firsthand as he was staying in his family's home that fateful January day.4/5(1).
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tiger Okoshi - Color Of Soil at Discogs. Complete your Tiger Okoshi collection/5(2).
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Color of Soil - Tiger Okoshi on AllMusic - - While some of the new recordings for JVC's.
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    1 color of soil 2 wings, we all have 3 kagome, kagome 4 tone of your voice 5 grandma's eyes 6 tales of 5 persants 7 bootsman's little house 8 world to me 9 a night in tunisia trumpet & flugelhorn tiger okoshi piano kenny barron bass jay anderson percussion mino cinelu cello hank roberts.
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    Tiger Okoshi - The Color of Soil. Label: JVC: Genre: Jazz: Product No.: 2. Wings, We All Have: 3. Kagome, Kagome: 4. Tone of Your Voice: 5. Grandma's Eyes: 6. Tales of 5 Peasants: 7. Bootsman's Little House: 8. World to Me: 9. Night in Tunisia: Be the first to write a review for this item OR just rate it: View other items by Tiger.
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    Tracklist1 Color Of Soil 2 Wings, We All Have 3 Kagome, Kagome 4 Tone Of Your Voice 5 Grandma's Eyes 6 Tales Of 5 Peasants 7 Bootsman's Little House 8 World To Me 9 A Night In Tunisapersonnel: Tiger Okoshi: Trumpet and FlugelhornKenny Barron: PianoJay Anderson: BassMino Cinelu: PercussionHankAuthor: Tiger Okoshi.
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