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Performer: Kimiko Kasai
Genre: Jazz
Title: Satin Doll
Released: 1977
Style: Big Band
FLAC version ZIP size: 1627 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1911 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Kimiko Kasai (born December 15, 1945 in Kyoto, Japan) is a retired Japanese jazz singer. She is now a jewelry designer. Kimiko went to Tokyo in 1964, and became a featured member of pianist Yuzuru Sera's group. Kimiko first album as a solo artist was entitled "Just Friends" in 1970. After that time, she recorded many albums in collaboration with some of the most renowned musicians in the jazz field, such as Billy Higgins, Mal Waldron, Gil Evans, Stan Getz, Oliver Nelson, and Herbie Hancock. 1971: Yellow Carcass in the Blue. 1972: Satin Doll: Kimiko Kasai with Gil Evans. 1972: Umbrella: Works of Hiroshi Kamayatsu. 1973: What’s New. 1974: In Person (with Oliver Nelson). 1974: Kimiko Is Here: with Cedar Walton Trio. 1975: This Is My Love.

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Kimiko Kasai - vocals. Gil Evans - arranger, conductor, piano, electric piano. Marvin Peterson - trumpet. Hiroshi Fukumura, Hiroshi Munekiyo - trombone. Yoshiyuki Nakamura - drums. When Gil Evans came to Japan in 1972, he was revered as one of the best jazz arrangers in the world and often referred as the "magician of the sound. Many top Japanese jazz musicians wanted to collaborate with him, and talented singer Kimiko Kasai was no exception. Kasai had visited Evans' home in New York earlier and agreed on most of the tunes and rough arrangements. When Evans came to Japan, he only had a few days to rehearse with eitht other musicians

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Satin Doll Album 1972. Request a synchronization license. First recording by Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra (March 19, 1926).