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Sunlight - Kimiko Kasai With Herbie Hancock - Butterfly

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  1. Jul 03,  · BUTTERFLY is an unusual pairing of Japanese jazz vocalist Kimiko Kasai with jazz legend Herbie Hancock. By unusual I mean that this isn't your typical jazz singer + acoustic jazz combo + pop standards program, as one might expect just because that format is very popular, even to this day.4/5(1).
  2. Kimiko Kasai with Herbie Hancock: Butterfly (LP, Vinyl record album) - A legendary pairing of talents – as Japanese jazz singer Kimiko Kasai works alongside Herbie H -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: Columbia/Be With (UK) (Label).
  3. Official repress on Be With, of Kimiko Kasai's fantastic 'Butterfly' album from , featuring Herbie Hancock and Headhunters members in the band. Includes amazing versions of Herbie's 'I Thought It Was You', 'Butterfly', Stevie Wonder's 'As' & others gems. A1. I Thought It Was You / A2. Tell Me A Bedtime Story /.
  4. In light of Be With Records re-releasing Kimiko Kasai With Herbie Hancock ‎– Butterfly (), I just wanted to call attention to Kasai’s rendition of “I Thought It Was You” which Hancock released on his “Sunlight” album in
  5. Mar 20,  · Recorded in Tokyo and released in , it features a collection of Kasai’s silken reinterpretations, from Herbie Hancock’s own disco monster ‘I Thought It Was You’, and a butter smooth rework of ‘Sunlight’, to the sun-drenched ballad ‘Butterfly’, and a bubbling version of Stevie Wonder’s timeless ‘As’.
  6. Sunlight. Kimiko Kasai. Amazon: 7: Butterfly. Kimiko Kasai. Amazon: 8: As. Kimiko Kasai. Amazon: blue highlight denotes track pick Find release reviews and credits for Butterfly - Herbie Hancock, Kimiko Kasai on AllMusic - Find release reviews and credits for Butterfly - Herbie Hancock, Kimiko Kasai on AllMusic -
  7. The LP opens with Kimiko’s highly desirable version of “I Thought It Was You”, an elegant take on Herbie’s own anthem. Other superb re-workings include the delicately soulful “Butterfly”, jazzy groover “Sunlight”, the smooth and sexy “Tell Me A Bedtime Story” and the beautiful ballads “Maiden Voyage” and “Harvest Time”.
  8. Kimiko Kasai (born December 15, in Kyoto, Japan) is a retired Japanese jazz singer. She is now a jewelry designer. Kimiko went to Tokyo in , and became a featured member of pianist Yuzuru Sera's group. Kasai is referred to by her nickname of "Kemeco", also a song on one of her earliest recorded works, "The Modern Playing Mate" by Yuzuru Sera Trio Introducing Kimiko Kasai .

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