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The album starts off with the absolutely phenomenal ”Time Difference”. The first hironi were of course with Mahavishnu Orchestra. I am a music teacher. Look Inside Listen Watch. Posted 27 Mar This sounds so amazing too with so much going on then out of the blue a man yells “Time’s up!

This is Hiromi’s fourth studio album, and it’s being played as an ensemble titled ”Hiromi’s Sonicbloom”. I must say, when i first heard of Hiromi, i saw her album covers and thought it was some modern contemporary jazz, not pushing the boundaries, and probably boring or predictable. If it borrows her word, the music character is pursued.

She has played live at the hirromi Newport Jazz Festival. Pop music as hitomi genre has its strengths and its weaknesses, and the best of it will always survive.

The other tracks other than the “Time’s Up” joke are all worthy additions to Hiromi’s discography and should be great fun in a live setting.


Around the five minute mark, the piano becomes thick and groovy, with a bebop sort of attitude showing through the classically-inclined playing chops. This leads into an incredible, drum-filled outro which brings the entire track to a sudden, memorable halt.

She makes music for the sake of music, nothing else. But the concept of good-looks and bad music being mutually exclusive is something I often fall victim to, so i wanted to take the time to apologize to Ms.

Hiromi Uehara – Time out Guitar Partiture

Uehaar listen to the song yourself The live version is even better! The era of Close to the Edge is over, and no self-respecting artist would even want to bring it back, I don’t think.

It is thrilling and chilling and there isn’t a dull moment on the whole thing. Suddenly piano and an experimental but humerous section takes over. The Best of Steely Dan.

Hiromi Uehara – Time Out

My previous paragraph was not intended as a slight to the Pop genre at all, but rather the ‘popular’ music of the time. A few more unisons from Hiromi and David, then everything calms down once again at around seven minutes and sixteen seconds. The album ends on a promising jiromi, ending with something of a question.

The next track, ”Time Travel”, has some truly awesome spacey soundscapes thanks to Uehara and Fuze’s blend of bluesy guitar leads and ethereal keyboards. Oh yeah, the bonus track has too much of a loose jam feel for me. This feels like a gorgeous ‘ballad’ of sorts. Some ragtime piano and out of this world slide and wah guitar are found bridging the gaps between the madness. New Age, Contemporary, Classical.


They had the flow always calculated as a search for her music. A little after seven minutes in, the single reason for owning this album arrives. The progress of Chord twines round the impression that Jazz is good the flow of Fusion well and gives the tension.

Uehara for my initial and wrong reaction to her image. Back to the piano and guitar led section but the funk is long gone. Some really fantastic guitar-piano unisons happen, here.

The brilliance is not only that every member is a virtuoso on their respective instrument but also that the interplay between these musicians is outstanding and impeccable. Time and Space 7: The flow that plays the role of Outro gives reverberations to the entire flow of the album. By Grover Washington Jr. Saxophone Saxophone – Difficulty: Who knows, you may just start believing in music again.

Dave has played with Hiromi before, adding some really wacky stuff to the lengthy Double Personality on her debut CD Another Mind some four years ago. And that’s enough to leave some Japanese major label jazzers blushing.

Hiromi Uehara – Time Out

Well, kehara brilliant, as well. I’m still loving the album. Hiromi Uehara, commonly known as Hiromi, is a jazz composer and pianist from Hamamatsu, Japan.