Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe | Convergence

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Convergence

by Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe

Convergence celebrates the confluence of the musical journeys between Kenny Endo and Kaoru Watanabe, drawing from Japanese festival music and Kabuki theater music to American jazz, free improvisation and other musics from across the globe.
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1. Nocturne Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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2. Together Alone Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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4:42 $0.99
3. Fire Improv Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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4. Chakuto/Tobisari Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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5. Sand Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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6. Steppes Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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7. Chigen Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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8. Procession: Ascent/Descent Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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9. Swing, Soul & Sincerity Kenny Endo & Kaoru Watanabe
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Convergence celebrates the confluence of the musical journeys between Kenny Endo and Kaoru Watanabe. These two first met when Kenny, a celebrated taiko maestro, invited a fledgling, teenaged Kaoru to perform with him in St. Louis, MO in the early 90's. In the decade since, they have come to share a similar life/artistic path defined by intensive study and performance with some of the most acclaimed Japanese musicians in traditional and contemporary Japanese music and a devotion to cross cultural and multi-disciplinary collaboration. As evident in this album, their music draws from Japanese festival and Kabuki theater musics to American jazz, free improvisation and other musics from across the globe.


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