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Content by tag "Hasidic New Wave"

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Jake Marmer: Hermeneutic Stomp

Read "Hermeneutic Stomp" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Jake Marmer is an observant jew, poet, and dedicated scholar of beat poetry, the blues, and jazz legacy. He was born in Ukraine, emigrated to New York with a short time in between in Jerusalem, Israel. His poetry, perceived by himself as a work in progress, borrows colorful images from Jewish Talmudic texts and Chassidic chants, ...

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Hasidic New Wave: From The Belly Of Abraham

Read "From The Belly Of Abraham" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

These New York City “downtown” denizens generally rouse our interest via their distinguishable brand of Klezmer and modern jazz. With its fifth release, “Hasidic New Wave” brings in the Senegalese-based “Yakar Rhythms” percussion group to help fabricate a world-beat sound that signifies a new dimension for this always-investigative outfit. On “Waaw-Waaw,” trumpeter, Frank London and saxophonist, ...

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Hasidic New Wave: Kabalogy

Read "Kabalogy" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Trumpeter Frank London and saxophonist Greg Wall convey a bit of humor while describing Kabalogy as they intimate loose comparisons to Mahavishnu and Zappa while appending Hasidic names to the above. “Hasidic New Wave” compliment bands such as John Zorn’s Masada, or a host of upstart New York City based groups that meld Klezmer, Fusion, Ornette ...

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Hasidic New Wave: Jews & the Abstract Truth

Read "Jews & the Abstract Truth" reviewed by Rick Bruner

One of the more interesting trends in the last several years is the melding of modern jazz sensibilities with traditional Jewish klezmer music. The New Klezmer Trio, John Zorn's Masada, and David Krakauer have all created some powerfully moving music within this context. Hasidic New Wave's Jews & the Abstract Truth is a haunting, exhilarating ride. ...


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