℗ 2019 Challenge Records
Duration 45m 16s
Record Label Challenge Records
Catalogue No. CR 73487
Release Date October 4, 2019
Genre Jazz
 

Dialect

Genzo Okabe, Okabe Family

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1.1
Hybrid
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
7:28
1.2
Layers
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
6:53
1.3
Arpeggio
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
7:28
1.4
Triad
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
4:04
1.5
Sincope
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
6:35
1.6
Random
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
7:21
1.7
Ambient
Genzo Okabe; Okabe Family
5:27
Duration    45m 16s
"In the ‘Okabe Family’ project, including this album, I have been creating music by relying only on my own sensibilities for about 10 years, without being caught up in what is authentic or what is progress. Whether it's real jazz or not, it's not a problem at all from my personal point of view. Create something voluntarily and throw it into a global platform. Then, if someone somewhere in the world reacts in any way, a new movement will come out. I hope that localization will bring artists to make new communities in the sense of musical interest rather than national or geographic framework, and a variety of music as many dialects enrich our entire society." - Genzo Okabe
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