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Golden Age

Label: Okeh
Released: 2014
Track listing: Lights; Bandits; Ernest / Protector; Sketch 2; Code; Memorial; Lover; Bandits II; Slower Machinery; Before the Tsars.

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Nir Felder: Golden Age

Read "Golden Age" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Sarà anche l'album di debutto ma in Golden Age il chitarrista Nir Felder si dimostra solista maturo, compositore interessante e leader convincente. Durante le dieci tracce del disco Felder gestisce al meglio i talentuosi compagni di viaggio convogliando le loro peculiarità verso un disegno comune organizzato e coeso. Le composizioni si materializzano in un repertorio trasversale ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Nir Felder: Golden Age

Read "Golden Age" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

There were a few strong reactions when Nir Felder was donned “The Next Big Jazz Guitarist" in a 2010 NPR article. The in-demand New York based musician is seemingly unfazed by the headline and continues grinding out a stream of constant gigs and sessions associated with the likes of Greg Osby, Terri Lyne Carrington, and more ...

Golden Age

Label: Leo Lab
Released: 2013

Golden Age

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1987


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