The Yuko Mabuchi Trio Volume 1 (45RPM)
The Yuko Mabuchi Trio Volume 1 (45RPM)
The Yuko Mabuchi Trio Volume 1 (45RPM)
The Yuko Mabuchi Trio Volume 1 (45RPM)

The Yuko Mabuchi Trio Volume 1 (45RPM)

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The Yuko Mabuchi Trio

Yuko Mabuchi, piano

Del Atkins, bass

Bobby Breton, drums


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 45 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Pallas

Label : Yarlung

Original Label : Yarlung

Recorded in The Brain and Creativity Institute's Cammilleri Hall on March 31, 2017.

Engineered & mixed by Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh

Mastered by Bernie Grundman

Produced by Craig & Diane Martin

Released in 2018



Side A:

  1. What Is This Thing Called Love - Cole Porter
  2. Valse Noire - Mark Louis Lehman

Side B:

  1. On Green Dolphin Street - Bronislaw Kaper
  2. Seriously - Sara Bareilles



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“The sound quality of this set by a jazz piano trio, recorded live to tape with an AKG C24 stereo tube microphone, reveals all. The sounds of Mabuchi's piano, Del Atkins's double bass, and Bobby Breton's drums is stellar in every way, but especially the piano, an instrument whose sound is very hard to capture convincingly. The overall transparency and sense of three-dimensional space is intense and sensational. And Mabuchi is tremendously talented - this is one audiophile recording in which the talent is commensurate with the sound quality.” Michael Fremer, Stereophile

"If Mabuchi’s playing can be described as tasteful, economical, and lyrical, it should also be noted that her rapid single-note runs are impeccably executed. The performances benefit from an exceptionally realistic recording that stands out for its in-the-room ambience and tonal clarity." Jeff Wilson, The Absolute Sound

"The youthful Yuko’s jazz performances on the piano are remarkably mature, as are her accompanists on the double bass and drums. …the presence of the recording is uncannily real."Neville Roberts, The UK’s Hi-Fi Choice

"Mabuchi’s right hand is the star of each of her solo flights. Clean, precise, and crisp like forebears Teddy Wilson, Marian McPartland, and Tommy Flanagan, but deeply harmonically and rhythmically inspired like the mentioned Evans" - Kathryn Ballard Shut, JazzTimes


Ratings :

Discogs : 4,63 / 5

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