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Daphna Sadeh is an Israeli born double bassist and composer now based in the UK. Sadeh studied classical music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York before joining the Israeli based East West Ensemble with whom she toured extensively while immersing herself in Middle Eastern and Arabic music. She was later the co-leader of the all female group Eve’s Women playing a blend of jazz, klezmer and rock while again touring extensively and internationally. Following a move to London 2002 saw the release of Sadeh’s first solo album “Out Of Border”. Its success led to the formation of the Voyagers group in 2003
By Zoe Schwarz
Label: 33 Records
Track listing: 1. Life Goes On – 5:10 mins 2. Better Days – 5:27 mins 3. If Only I Could Be with – 4:45 mins 4. Hello My Old Friend - 5:30 5. Give Me the Key to Your Heart – 3:25 6. I’ll Be Here for You – 5:57 7. I Hope I See the Day – 3:23 8. When the Blues Come a Knocking – 4:33 9. Amazon Woman – 5:23 10. I Cry Just to Think of It – 4:15 11. Tell Me – 4:11 12. Come and Lay with Me – 4:03 plus a hidden track Loverman
by Bruce Lindsay
Commissioned by the Ilkley Jazz Festival to celebrate its fifth anniversary in 2018, The Ilkley Suite is composer/pianist Jamil Sheriff's musical interpretation of some of the legends, history and landscapes of Ilkley and its surrounding countryside in the English county of West Yorkshire. It is an ambitious, complex and wide-ranging suite in eight parts, performed by ...
by Geno Thackara
Which moment could this title be referring to? There's no shortage of beautifully striking ones scattered throughout the Simon Lasky Group's second outing: dynamic lifts and swells, chord changes that step through sophisticated sequences as smoothly as descending stairs, little heads or melody lines that pack a special hit because they're placed at just the right ...
by Ian Patterson
Bassist/composer Daphna Sadeh may have left her native Israel over a decade ago but the country's colorful musical potpourri is firmly embedded in her DNA. For Sadeh, the confluence of Arabic, Eastern European and Mediterranean influences that resound throughout Israeli culture have provided the building blocks for her longstanding, UK-based ensemble The Voyagers on albums like ...