Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa

Premiere DateNov 17, 2019
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
02:06 You Knew Audrey Silver
06:10 Let Me Know Your Heart Audrey Silver
09:50 Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part I
16:50 Yozakura Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa
21:22 Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part II
27:51 Unite Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa
31:32 Go! Daisuke Abe, Kuriko Tsugawa
38:17 Interview with Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa, Part III
48:15 Round Shot (for Cannonball) Andy Ballantyne
52:28 The Jazz Hole with Linus
53:43 All Stops To Oshawa (for Jimmy Giuffre) Andy Ballantyne
57:25 Finish

The Jazz Hole with Linus welcomes husband and wife duo Daisuke Abe and Kuriko Tsugawa on today’s episode. Both are originally from Tokyo, Japan and have been established, sought-after musicians here in NYC for many years now. While Daisuke Abe plays the guitar, his wife Kuriko Tsugawa plays the bass. They can both be heard singing on this new album as well and both of them wrote original compositions for the project. Other artists on today’s episode include the Toronto-based saxophonist and composer Andy Ballantyne with new music from his album “Play On Words” and the NYC native singer and composer Audrey Silver with music form her new album “Let Me Know Your Heart”.

Audrey Silver – You Knew
Album: Let Me Know Your Heart
Audrey Silver (voc, co-composer), Dominique Gagne (co-composer), Bruce Barth (p, org), Paul Beaudry (b), Anthony Pinciotti (d) and Marcus Printup (tp)

Audrey Silver – Let Me Know Your Heart
Album: Let Me Know Your Heart
Audrey Silver (voc, native american flute, co-composer), Dominique Gagne (co-composer), Bruce Barth (p, org), Paul Beaudry (b), Anthony Pinciotti (d), Marcus Printup (tp) and Marc Ciprut (g)

Daisuke Abe & Kuriko Tsugawa – “Yozakura”, “Go!” & “Unite”
Album: Unite
Daisuke Abe (e-g, g, voc, composer of “Go!” & “Unite”) and Kuriko Tsugawa (b, voc, composer of “Yozakura”)

Andy Ballantyne – “Round Shot (for Cannonball)” & “All Stops To Oshawa (for Jimmy Giuffre)”
Album: Play On Words
Andy Ballantyne (ts, as, cl), Rob Piltch (g), Adrian Farrugia (p), Neil Swainson (b) and Terry Clarke (d)

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