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For her sophomore “Trio Project” album with contrabass guitarist Anthony Jackson (Paul Simon, Chick Corea, Al di Meola) and drummer Simon Phillips (Toto, Jeff Beck, The Who), virtuoso pianist and keyboardist Hiromi Uehara explores new textures and tones. Writing nine strong original compositions that serve as the score to a typical workday, Hiromi flexes her often-overlooked compositional muscles. Move opens with some fleet and flawless three-way interaction on the kinetic title track, with Hiromi making a funky declaration on her first solo. Continuing her theme of writing the soundtrack to a typical 24-hour cycle, “Brand New Day” sparkles thanks in large part to Phillips’ delicate yet steady-ride cymbal work. The three-movement, 20-minute “Suite Escapism” ambitiously spans tempos and moods, while Hiromi adds some of her trademark attitudinal keyboard playing to the feel-good, samba-drenched “Margarita.”

Customer Reviews

Another Great Album

The Trio Project delivers on this album and continues to impress. While Hiromi wrote and composed all the tracks, she knows how to give Anthony and Simon room to shine along side her throughout the album. Creative, interesting, free-flowing and a joy to listen to.


Hiromi keeps getting better with each release. This trio has so much feeling and expression, it’s hard to imagine a better evolution of Hiromi’s signature joyful sound.

Great Talent!

This reminds me in parts of some of Michel Camilo or Petruccianni's stuff, but I am just can't get into the songwriting og Hiromi. Oh don't get me wrong, she can play her tail off and Jackson and Phiilips are more than capable of going note for note on anyone's recording. It's just that I've heard so much of this all before. Again the Petrucciani stuff with Gadd or Camilo's early recordings with Jackson and Weckl. That was so long ago. Where's the priginality? 3 Stars for just the talent. But sorry I am not moved by the tunes.


Born: 1979 in Shizuoka, Japan

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Pianist and composer Hiromi Uehara was born in Shizuoka, Japan, in 1979. At the age of six she started playing piano. Within a year, she was a student of the Yamaha School of Music, whose progressive approach to musical training allowed the young student to shape her technical skills, writing, and performing. After relocating to the United States in 1999, she continued her studies at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, where she received a full scholarship. It was there that Hiromi developed her...
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Move (feat. Anthony Jackson & Simon Phillips), Hiromi
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2012

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