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Gilad Barkan: Live Sessions

Read "Live Sessions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Una biografia da giramondo ed una musica che prende un pò da tutto quello che ha incontrato, è questa in sintesi la proposta di Gilad Barkan, pianista nato in Inghilterra, cresciuto in Israele e trasferitosi poi a studiare negli USA. Le due Live Session (registrate alla WGBH Radio di Boston) sono proprio entusiasmanti per come riflettono ...

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Gilad Barkan: Live Sessions

Read "Live Sessions" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Israel-born/Boston-based pianist/composer Gilad Barkan's efforts on his debut Modulation (New Step, 2003), and his guitarist, Izzi Rosen's Dark Beauty (New Step, 2003) were among the best of that year.Barkan's Live Sessions, a two-disc, live-in-studio recording by Boston's WGBH, differs by degree. While Barkan wrote intriguing originals on earlier releases, he was very clearly linked ...

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Gilad Barkan: Live Sessions

Read "Live Sessions" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Live Sessions, Israeli-born Boston-based pianist Gilad Barkan's second release, features him in two different settings. The first was recorded in June 2004 with bassist Dan Greenspan and Either/Orchestra drummer Harvey Wirht--the same trio from his debut, Modulations (New Step Music, 2004)--with the second taken from a May 2006 performance with Wirht, fellow Israeli flautist Amir Milstein ...

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Gilad Barkan: Live Sessions

Read "Live Sessions" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Boston-based pianist Gilad Barkan flew onto the jazz radar screen with a couple of simultaneously-released discs: guitartist Issi Rosen's Dark Beauty (New Step Music, 2003); and his own Modulation (New Step Music, 2003). Barkan teamed with drummer Harvey Wirht, of Either/Orchestra fame on both discs, and with bassist Dan Greenspan on Modulation. The trio's sound had ...

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Gilad Barkan: Modulation

Read "Modulation" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Consider the gazillion jazz piano trio recordings available to the unsuspecting public and the time and effort it takes to breakthrough as a major pianist/composer. My first listen to the debut recording by this Bostonian (by way of Israel) made me think very much of the Keith Jarrett Standards Trio per the intensity and interaction of ...

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Gilad Barkan: Modulation

Read "Modulation" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The next time you're hunkered down in a hotel lounge and you encounter a solo pianist working through some of the requisite covers of standards and pop songs, do yourself a favor and strike up a conversation with the working musician, and drop a dollar or five in the tip jar. Odds are they're in a ...


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