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Ofri Nehemya

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Israeli drummer Ofri Nehemya, plays in and out of the israeli jazz scene for the last 5 years and already had the opportunity to share the stage with many great jazz musicians including Avishai Cohen (bass), Eli Degibri, Aaron Goldberg, Avishai Cohen (trumpet), Reuben Rogers, Gilad Hekselman, Omer Avital and many others. Ofri was born on January 10th, 1994 in Givatayim, Israel, to a musical family; his father is a drummer and his mother is a singer. Since a very young age, when music was all around, Ofri exposed to different kinds of music including Rock, Pop, Fusion and more

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It’s The Cops

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Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2022
Duration: 6:34

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Soul Song (with Lionel Loueke)

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2023
Track listing: Chai Elul; Soul Song; Myriad; Song of the Sea; The Tender Eyes of Leah; Amud Anan - Pillar of Cloud (Duet Version); Torah Tsiva; Kave El Hashem - Hope; Devotion; Tikun - Amend; Kol Dodi; Desert Song (Bonus Track); Hashkama - Up Early (Bonus Track); Amud Anan - Pillar of Cloud (Band Version).

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Melodies of Light

Label: Soul Song Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Movement One Opening; Movement Two Hamotzi; Movement Three The Dance; Movement Four Hananya; Movement Five Jonah's Garden; Movement Six Before the Rain; Movement Seven Timbuktu; Movement Eight The Way Home; Movement Nine Sunshine; Movement Ten Out of the Walls; Movement Eleven For Karim; Movement Twelve Lament; Movement Thirteen Let Me Draw Water; Movement Fourteen Bonus Track; Movement Fifteen Bonus Track; Movement Sixteen Bonus Track; Movement Seventeen Bonus Track.

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Yosef Gutman Levitt

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ABOUT

Yosef Gutman's palette flourishes from the vast world colors which influenced his artistic development. Whether composing and recording new music or collaborating with high-caliber instrumentalists to explore the world of Nigunim (melodies from the heart), Yosef Gutman strives to foster connections that stimulate the imagination through music performed from the soul.

EARLY LIFE

Yosef Gutman was born in 1979 in South Africa. He grew up in a farming area known as Knoppieslaagte. He began music lessons at an early age, but abandoned the piano in favor of skateboarding at age 11. Life on the farm was quiet, chickens, geese, and horses roamed the property. This provided much time for kickflip practice on the bricked surfaces around the farm house.

At age 16 Yosef reshifted his passion back to music. Inspired by Weather Report, he picked up the bass guitar. The same quietude that afforded him uninterrupted skateboard practice was a perfect environment for many hours of bass exploration. At 18, Yosef submitted a recording of his arrangement of the South African National Anthem to Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA who subsequently invited him to study on a scholarship.

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Article: Album Review

Omri Mor / Yosef-Gutman Levitt: Melodies of Light

Read "Melodies of Light" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


It is quite rare in a culture and society driven by autocrats, hits, likes, blogs and podcasts, that recordings as ethereal, yet born of the ageless earth, as Melodies of Light come around to release us from the daily ugly. Spontaneous music of this hypnotic, mysterious beauty and elusive grace give us pause to ...

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Until Now

Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2022
Track listing: 1 - It’s the Cops 2 - For You 3 - Pete 4- I’m starting to smile again 5- medium 6- Meaningful Moments 7- I Love You 8- Africa

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Upside Down Mountain

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: Wedding Song; Time with Abba; Before the Journey; Jericho; Family (Folk Vibe); The Warriors; Arise; Joshua; Poltova; Twelve Stones; The Great River; Hodu Lashem.

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Article: Interview

Svetlana Marinchenko: Making Jazz Between Times

Read "Svetlana Marinchenko: Making Jazz Between Times" reviewed by Jane Kozhevnikova


So many people around the world have been influenced by the art of John Coltrane. Svetlana Marinchenko, a pianist from Moscow who now lives in Germany, is surely one of them. After listening to his album A Love Supreme (Impulse! Records, 1965), she decided to dedicate her life to music. Since then, she has recorded three ...

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Article: Album Review

Yosef Gutman Levitt: Upside Down Mountain

Read "Upside Down Mountain" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Yosef Gutman Levitt's acoustic bass guitar serves as the lead instrument on this album. The music he plays with his trio here is full of simple melodic beauty and draws from several folk traditions. This work has a sparse, contemplative joy which bears kinship to the recordings of Ralph Towner. Levitt shows an eloquent ...


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