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New Shuhei Kokuryo album is an inventive journey
(Published: March 12, 2019)

Shuhei Kokuryo is a talented jazz musician with a broad scope. What makes the artist really impressive is definitely the detailed, dynamic, and vibrant nature of his saxophone playing. At times, you feel like you are witnessing the work of people who are more than just performers. In this case, Kokuryo almost feels like the saxophone is an extension of his limbs or his soul, speaking directly to the listeners with beautiful tones and masterful arrangements.

Kokuryo's most recent release, First Episode, is actually an amazing example of what you can expect from this gifted artist. In addition to his undeniable instrumental skills, he is also an inventive arranger who knows how to drive the songs forward with edgy tones and musical ideas that see no boundaries.

This is a release to discover and explore as every note is a step forward in a powerful musical journey that will take you someplace else as you listen.

More Information: https://www.shuheikokuryomusic.com

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