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Daniel Meron

By inviting the listener into his personal world of experiences and emotions, Brooklyn based pianist and composer Daniel Meron awakens their own deepest desires and most sincere feelings with his music. A skillful improviser, Meron finds a way to feature his unique playing style in brilliant compositions that are both sophisticated and lyrical, rich with influences from jazz, his homeland of Israel, and other folk traditions. Feeling the urge to document and share his personal and musical journey early on, Daniel recorded his debut album, a sixty-minute recording of original music for trio and quintet, while still a student at Berklee College of Music

This Was Now

Label: Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Body And Soul (12:52 pm); All Blues; Teenage Dirtbag; I Got It Bad (10:52 am); David; Darn That Dream; 2:35 pm; Confirmation; Redemption Song; I Got It Bad (10:55 am); Body And Soul (3:07 pm).

Sky Begins

Label: Rabbit Rabbit Rabbit Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Sleepless Nights; Fish In The Air; Notes From A Journey; Like Water; Best Enemy; Secret Room; You Give Me Love; Water Ends.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daniel Meron: Sky Begins

Read "Sky Begins" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Though pianist / composer Daniel Meron gets top billing on Sky Begins, it's vocalist Maia Karo who steals the show here. Yes, Sky Begins is a vocal jazz album. But it's a quite striking one. Meron's tunes are by no means typical jazz tunes, and Karo isn't a typical jazz singer. Though the album is all-acoustic ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ayal Tsubery: Decisions

Read "Decisions" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Ayal Tsubery is a Berklee-educated bassist and composer influenced, as he puts it, by ..." jazz, Israeli folk, African and Middle Eastern grooves and old-school gritty rock 'n' roll." On his debut album, Decisions, he brings most of those influences together to create a strong set of tunes--not so much of the gritty rock 'n' roll, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Daniel Meron Quartet: New York, NY, Saturday May 4, 2013

Read "Daniel Meron Quartet: New York, NY, Saturday May 4, 2013" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Daniel Meron QuartetMetropolitan RoomNew York, NYMay 4, 2013After debuting his first album, Directions, when first moving to New York from Berklee in 2010, Israeli-born pianist Daniel Meron has moved on to new avenues relatively quickly. One of these is focusing on more song-based material (complete with lyrics), which has regained popularity ...

Directions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Battle for Independence; Sleepless Nights; Backwards; Ad; Directions; Nature Reaction; Bombay; Paint the Tonic; Rushed In.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daniel Meron: Directions

Read "Directions" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Pianist/composer Daniel Meron makes an emphatic debut with Directions, a quintet album of stylish and original tunes. Meron grew up in Israel and was appointed Chief Musical Arranger to the Israeli military's performance troupes during his service. It's an unusual apprenticeship for a jazz musician, but on the evidence of this album it's an effective one. ...


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