|Studio album by|
|Released||June 11, 2013|
|Recorded||March 21–23, 2013|
|Producer||Makoto Shinohara, Makoto Ozone|
|Makoto Ozone chronology|
|Gary Burton chronology|
Time Thread is a studio album by Japanese jazz pianist Makoto Ozone and American jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton. June 11, 2013 via Verve Records.This collaboration album was released on
All tracks are written by Makoto Ozone (except for track 12 written by Dick Gasparre, George Fragos, and Jack Baker).
|2.||"Stompin' At B.P.C."||4:49|
|6.||"Hearts in Langenhagen"||4:58|
|9.||"Part I "Lyon in the Morning – I Hear a Trouble!"" (Suite "One Long Day in France")||4:22|
|10.||"Part II "Cordon Bleu"" (Suite "One Long Day in France")||4:17|
|11.||"Part III "Deux Petites Voitures Françaises – The Concert"" (Suite "One Long Day in France")||5:29|
|12.||"I Hear a Rhapsody"||5:42|
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