Home at Last by Amit Friedman
From the album
About the Album
Saxophonist and composer Amit Friedman is a guiding light in the Israeli jazz scene. His inspiringly lyrical compositions are arranged with his group of master musicians in mind and are rooted solidly in the jazz tradition, along with rich influences of the Middle East interwoven throughout. In the liner notes to "Unconditional Love," Amit recounts the story of his late father taking him, as a young teen, to New York and a night at the Blue Note. Implied is a great sense of gratitude for all of those influencing his life, and with the album's dedication to his father, offers the inspiration behind this collection of performances. Between the fiery "Home At Last," the subtle Bossa, "Alma," with vocals and lyrics by Brazilian vocalist Joca Perpignan, "Rill-Rool," the sweeping duo with pianist Tom Oren, the hard-swinging "Blues for Jackito," or the one cover, the melodic "Junk" by Paul McCartney, Friedman displays a deep connection to 'the moment,' his audience, and those who inspire him.
Home at Last; Mal-Mal; Name Droppin'; Unconditional Love; Rill-Rool; Blues for Jackito; Alma; Sunset; Stride by Stride; Junk.
Amos Hoffman: Oud; Rony Iwryn: Percussion; Doron Talmon: Vocal; Joca Perpignan: Vocal.
March 17, 2021
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