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After The Big Rain

Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: After the Big Rain; Parto Forte; Gbede Temin; Meditation on Two Chords; Afterthoughts (Mozartine); Miryama; African Daisy (La Suite African); After the Big Rain(Epilogue).

After the Big Rain

Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. After the Big Rain; 02. Parto Forte; 03. Gbede Temin; 04.Meditation on Two Chords; 05. Afterthoughts (Mozartine); 06. Miryama; 07. African Daisy (La Suite African); 08. After the Big Rain (Epilogue).

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Avishai Cohen: After the Big Rain

Read "After the Big Rain" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ci sono due Avishai Cohen nel mondo del jazz che si rispetta. Il primo, più famoso, è il contrabbassista; l'altro, meno conosciuto, è un talentuoso trombettista di origini israeliane che ha un paio di idee niente male nella custodia della sua tromba. Dopo il confortante esordio che risale a quattro anni fa (The Trumpet Player) il ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Avishai Cohen: After The Big Rain

Read "After The Big Rain" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Trumpeter Avishai Cohen has had a varied musical career. He toured with the Young Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra and then went into a wider spectrum playing jazz, pop and rock. However, it was when he was at Smalls jazz club in New York, that he had the opportunity to interact and expand his musical horizons with Jason ...


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