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Yotam Silberstein: Next Page

Read "Next Page" reviewed by J Hunter

Next Page has been pegged as an organ trio disc. The problem with that is saxman Chris Cheek appears on five of the disc's nine cuts. True, keyboardist Sam Yahel never lays out, but to completely dismiss Cheek's role in Yotam Silberstein's second release as a leader--even for simplicity's sake--is to ignore a range of color ...

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Yotam Silberstein: Next Page

Read "Next Page" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Yotam Silberstein began playing guitar when he was 10. His first interests were rock and pop, but five years later he began studying jazz. After he finished high school in Tel Aviv, Silberstein moved to New York City. He continued pursuing jazz and, over the years, has played with Kenny Barron, Avishai Cohen, Roy Hargrove and ...

Yotam Silberstein: Next Page

Read "Next Page" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The organ trio approach is one of the more drenched-in-the-tradition formats in jazz. From Wes Montgomery's Riverside recordings through Grant Green's Blue Note sets up to Dr. Lonnie Smith's innovations, there's always a feeling of timeless soulfulness to the grouping of guitar, Hammond B3 organ and drums.

Tel Aviv-born guitarist Yotom Silberstein, on Next Page, ...