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Benjamin Lapidus Releases "Ochosi Blues"

Benjamin Lapidus Releases "Ochosi Blues"

WORLD-RENOWNED CUBAN TRES AND GUITAR VIRTUOSO BENJAMIN LAPIDUS NEW CD “OCHOSI BLUES" RELEASE AUGUST 1, 2014 World-renowned Cuban tres and guitar virtuoso Benjamin Lapidus and his new group Kari- B3 release OCHOSI BLUES (Tresero Productions) on August 1, 2014. It is his long awaited 7th Latin jazz recording and 8th as a bandleader. The album features ...

Album

Herencia Judia

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: Ein Kelokeinu; Herencia Jud?-a; Etz Chaim; Aleinu L'Shabeach; Las Cuatro Preguntas; Los Cuatro Hijos; Dayenu; Limpieza Jud?-a; Son de Hanukah; Ma Nishtana; Na'anu'im; . Kaddish para Daniel; Tzadik Katamar; Comparsa de Simchat Torah.

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Article: Album Review

Benjamin Lapidus: Herencia Judia

Read "Herencia Judia" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Benjamin Lapidus is a 36 year-old musician, born in Hershey, Pennsylvania, who spent a childhood resettling some fifteen times before returning to New York at age 14. His cultural Jewish upbringing and family residence in Latin neighborhoods of New York fused these two musical cultures and Herencia Judia is a serious and most ambitious effort that ...

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Article: Album Review

Benjamin Lapidus: Herencia Judia

Read "Herencia Judia" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Latin music scholar and Cuban tres master Benjamin Lapidus expands the definition of the new breed of Latin-Jewish music on his new solo disc, Herencia Judia. Lapidus has worked in the past with renowned free jazz masters such as Steve Lacy and Joe McPhee, and took part in other Jewish music projects such as the recent ...


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