Daniel Freedman, Omer Avital & Peter Bernstein: The Essence of NYC's Jazz

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The Daniel Freedman's Trio featuring Omer Avital and Peter Bernstein embodies all that is great about jazz in New York: the connection to a rich history and the desire not to be bound by it, transcending rigid stylistic categories while drawing inspiration from the many cultural traditions that make this city so vibrant.

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  • Daniel Freedman "Determined Soul" Imagine That (Anzic) 00:00:00
  • Omer Avital "Yemen Blues" New Song (Motema) 00:05:23
  • Third World Love "Im Minalu" Songs and Portraits (Anzic) 00:13:41
  • Peter Bernstein + 3 "Little Green Man" Heart's Content (Criss Cross) 00:21:41
  • Daniel Freedman "Rise Up!" Trio (Fresh Sound/New Talent) 00:29:14
  • Third World Love "La Suite African" Avanim (NMC) 00:35:09
  • Larry Goldings, Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart "Don't Ever Call Me Again" Toy Tunes (Pirouet) 00:44:37
  • Daniel Freedman "All Brothers" Bamako by Bus (Anzic) 00:50:38
  • Omer Avital "Maroc" New Song (Motema) 00:59:34
  • Third World Love "Song for Sankum" Songs and Portraits (Anzic) 01:06:57
  • Peter Bernstein Quartet "Booker's Little Blues" Various Artists: Live at Birdland (RCA/BMG) 01:14:51

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