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Born in Parallel

Label: 33 Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Earth; Fire; Water; Air.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daphna Sadeh: Born in Parallel

Read "Born in Parallel" reviewed 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 ...

Reconcilation

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2009
Track listing: Queen of Sheba; Gulliver in Jerusalem; Avinu; What Else Is There; Reconciliation; Klil; Kadish; Eternal Mother.

Reconciliation

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2009
Track listing: Queen of Sheeba; Gulliver in Jerusalem; Avinu; What Else is There; Reconciliation; Klil; Kadish; Eternal Mother.

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Daphna Sadeh: Through Walls

Read "Daphna Sadeh: Through Walls" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It's to her credit that Israeli-born composer and double bassist Daphna Sadeh has embraced the vibrant multi-culturalism of the great melting pot of Israel to be the defining character of her music. Her exile is less political than driven by more basic human needs, and her openness to all cultures and a brighter future shines through ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daphna Sadeh and the Voyagers: Reconciliation

Read "Reconciliation" reviewed by Ian Patterson

The ringing endorsement by John Zorn, describing bassist Daphna Sadeh and the Voyager's Reconciliation as 'brilliant and hypnotic... seductive and powerful music" might sound just a tad like self publicity, given that he commissioned the music for his own label, were it not for the fact that it is true. Sadeh has led the Voyagers on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Daphna Sadeh & The Voyagers: Reconcilation

Read "Reconcilation" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Israeli-born, England-based composer and double-bassist Daphna Sadeh's third release, Reconciliation--the musician's second recording with her band, The Voyagers--is true to its title. Following the group's first album, Walking the Line (33 Records, 2007), Reconciliation reconciles the varied cultural roots of Sadeh--her classical training, jazz education in New York, Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jewish music, and traditional Arabic ...


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