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Ehud Ettun: Deep In The Mountains

Read "Deep In The Mountains" reviewed by Chris Mosey

The mountains in question are those of South Korea, revered as sacred by the inhabitants of that country. They also made an indelible impression on Israeli bassist Ehud Ettun in the 40 days he spent there. The eleven songs on this album—a mix of originals and standards—are coloured by his meditations on the visit.

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Assaf Kehati Trio: Naked

Read "Naked" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Guitarist Assaf Kehati's Naked is, as the title insinuates, an adornment free celebration of melody in a spare and intimate setting. Unlike his two earlier recordings Naked features Kehati without a saxophonist and with a new rhythm duo on an introspective set of his expressive originals and three standards.

On the cinematic “The Horses' Fight" ...

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Assaf Kehati Trio: Naked

Read "Naked" reviewed by Edward Blanco

A progressive jazz guitarist with a preference for the electric strings and a light touch, Assaf Kehati unveils his third album Naked since arriving from Israel in 2007 and establishing himself as a modern force to be reckoned with. Kehati offers an album of primarily original music conveying a story behind every piece beginning with the ...

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Assaf Kehati Trio: Naked

Read "Naked" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Guitarist Assaf Kehati has never been one to hide behind the impenetrable or the opaque; his art has always been centered on clarity of thought and communicative expressionism, yet he's reached a new level of musical directness and comprehensibility with Naked.

On this, his third release, Kehati winnows away anything that could remotely ...