Unison Hiroshi Ozone
Label: UNIVERSAL MUSIC LLC
Subgenre: Contemporary Jazz
Interpret: Hiroshi Ozone
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First solo album by a talented saxophonist representing the Kansai jazz scene.
Kei Ozone was born the second son of pianist/organist Minoru Ozone, who contributed greatly to the development of the Kansai jazz scene, and grew up in a jazz family with his older brother Makoto Ozone.
After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 1985, he has been active in his hometown of Kobe, where he has mainly trained younger musicians, and has now produced his first solo album.
The album was produced by Makoto Ozone, who had long recognised the saxophonist's talent for composing and had been urging him to produce an album for many years, and he also fully participates in the performances. The album is backed by Nakamura Kengo and Takahashi Sinnosuke, the ironclad rhythm section of the No Name Horses, a big band led by Ozone Makoto.
The album consists of nine songs: five originals by Kei Ozone, three standards, and Mitchell Foreman's "Gorgeous", a song he remembers his brother Makoto teaching him when he was in his 20s. The original songs are all melodious, pleasant to the ear and close to the heart. The album features a straightforward, airy sound and the interplay between the band members, giving it the true appeal of jazz.
Kei Ozone, soprano & alto saxophone
Makoto Ozone, piano, Hammond B3 organ
Kengo Nakamura, double bass
Sinnosuke Takahashi, drums
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Niraj Kajanchi
Mixed & Mastered at NK SOUND TOKYO
Produced by Makoto Ozone
Born 1964 in Kobe. Began playing saxophone in high school. 1982 Studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston under Jimmy Mosher. 1985 Returned to Japan after graduation and has sent several students abroad as saxophone/clarinet/flute teachers at Ozone Music School. 1993/94 Participated in the Osaka/Fukuoka Blue Note tour of the Newport Jazz Orchestra led by his brother Makoto Ozone. 2012/13 Performed with Branford Marsalis, Christian McBride and Jeff "Tain" Watts in the Makoto Ozone TRIO & QUARTET. 2013 Performed at KOBE JAZZ FESTIVAL with Eiji Kitamura and others, and every year since. January 2023 Released his first leader album 'Unison' featuring Makoto Ozone.
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