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9Volt: Open Circuit

Read "Open Circuit" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The career of Israeli guitarist Eyal Maoz, now based in New York, is a schizophrenic one. He releases albums on the Tzadik label with his Radical Jewish quartet Edom (the self-titled, 2005 debut and 2009'sa Hope and Destruction) and takes part in saxophonist John Zorn's ongoing Masada songbook, including 2012's Abraxas: The Book Of Angels, Volume ...

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Lemon Juice Quartet: Peasant Songs

Read "Peasant Songs" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

The Lemon Juice Quartet has serious eclecticism. The term which is not found in most dictionaries is used to describe music that uniquely and successfully displays profound elements of eclecticism and electricity. Peasant Songs continues to show that the borders of jazz are global and that it’s roots will continue to thrive in the hands of ...


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