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Doron Tirosh

A native of Israel, drummer Doron Tirosh switched from classical piano to drums at the age of 13. Doron grew up in a fertile jazz environment, playing and studying with Israel’s top jazz musicians. From 2005-2007, while Doron was studying at City College of New-York, he began to play gigs in the city. He went back to Israel to study classical composition for 4 years at Tel-Aviv University while continuing to play drums and perform. Doron moved back to settle in New-York in 2015, and has been performing in jazz venues around the city and occasionally in Europe ever since. “Simply Because It’s Winter” is Doron’s debute album as a leader.

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Lockdown

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Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2020
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Lockdown

Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Bird Of Paradise (Charlie Parker) 2. Shaliach (Ofer Shapira) 3. Celia (Bud Powell) 4. Lockdown (Ofer Shapira) 5. Subconscious-Lee (Lee Konitz) 6. You Are Too Beautiful (Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart) 7. Skylark (Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael) 8. Jitterbug Waltz (Thomas "Fats" Waller) 9. Boplicity (Gil Evans and Miles Davis) Liner Notes

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Simply Because It's Winter

Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Why Would You Treat Me That Way?; I've Got Plenty O' Nuttin'; For W.B.; It Was Written In The Stars; Simply Because It's Winter; That Old Black Magic.

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Article: Album Review

Doron Tirosh: Simply Because It's Winter

Read "Simply Because It's Winter" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


Drummer/composer Doron Tirosh's Simply Because It's Winter brings to mind the adage “good things come in small packages." The six tracks comprise a coherent piece of work in twenty-five minutes of running time. Along with pianist Michael Kanan and bassist Neal Miner, Tirosh achieves a kind of courtly, non-doctrinaire bebop essence. It's jazz that doesn't need ...

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New York Sessions

Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Minor March; Who Killed Cock Robin?; I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans; Easy To Love; Ballad For Mrs Jane Kidion; 186 Butler Street; Wigglin'; D.O.C.; I'll Walk Alone; I'm In The Mood For Love; Blues For L.G.


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