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Oz Noy is a guitar player from Israel, who started his professional career at the age of 13 playing jazz, blues, pop and rock music. At age 16 he was already playing with leading Israeli musicians and performers, and at age 24 he was one of the most established studio guitar players in the country, and played on numerous records. He was also a member of the house band of Israel's top rated Television show for more than two years. Since his arrival to New York in 1996 he has made a big impact on the local music scene with his unique sound, compositions and style, bringing a mixture of pop, rock, blues, funk, and jazz, into a cohesive and intoxicating groove. Oz has performed, toured and recorded with well established artists such as Richard Bona, Chris Botti, Mike Clark, Jeff 'Tain" Watts, Harry Bellefonte, Toni Braxton, Phoebe Snow, Gavin Degraw,Niel Rogers, Roger Glover ..

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Oz Noy, Richard Hallebeek, Russell Ferrante, and much more

Read "Oz Noy, Richard Hallebeek, Russell Ferrante, and much more" reviewed by Len Davis

Focus on guitar with Jeremy Green, Oz Noy, Richard Hallebeek. Playlist Jeremy Green “Big shoes" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 00:00 Jeremy Green “The Land Of Oz" from Standing 8 (Self Produced) 06:33 Oz Noy “Bemsha Swing" from Snapdragon (Abstract Logix) 12:41 Richard Hallebeek “Moonphases" from Bumerang (Self Produced) 19:07 Terje Rypdal “What Was ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

A random selection of the best new releases from 2020 - Part 2

Read "A random selection of the best new releases from 2020 - Part 2" reviewed by Len Davis

We continue with a selection of some of the best new releases from 2020 Playlist Oz Noy “Groovin" from Snapdragon (Abstract Logix) 00:00 Marcus Klossek Electric Trio “Done" from Time Was Now (Double Moon) 06:11 Cindy Blackman Santana “We Came to Play" from Give the Drummer Some (Copperline Music) 12:26 Derek Sherinian “Dragonfly" from The Phoenix ...

Snapdragon

Label: Abstract Logix
Released: 2020
Track listing: Looni Tooni; Tired But Wired; Outer Look; She's Not There; Boom, Boo, Boom; Snapdragon; Evidence; Groovin' Grant; Bemsha Swing (alternate take).

ARTICLE: RADIO

New releases from Nicolas Meier-Dewa Budjana, Stick Men, Marcus Klossek and more

Read "New releases from Nicolas Meier-Dewa Budjana, Stick Men, Marcus Klossek and more" reviewed by Len Davis

New releases from Stick Men, Dwiki Dharmawan, Oz Noy and more. Playlist Nicolas Meier-Dewa Budjana “Jayaprana" from Flying Spirits (Blue Canoe) 00:00 Stick Men “Cusp" from Owari (Moonjune) 09:54 Stick Men “Larks Tongues in Aspic" from Owari (Moonjune)16:17 Dwiki Dharmawan “You'll Never be Alone" from Hari Katiga (Moonjune) 23:12 Marcus Klossek Electric Trio “Big ...

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Weather Report, Frank Gambale, Alec Machacek and more

Read "Weather Report, Frank Gambale, Alec Machacek and more" reviewed by Len Davis

New releases from Chris Potter, Oz Noy and Scott Jones, plus old favourites from John McLaughlin and Weather Report. Playlist Weather Report “Freezing Fire" from Live and Unreleased (Columbia) 00:00 Paradox “Twistedology" from The First Second (Tip Toe records) 07:57 Metro “Earthplak" from Metro (Lipstick Records) 15:51 Frank Gambale “Smug" from Raison D'Etre (Wombat ...

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Jazz Funk and Fusion and Progressive Rock

Read "Jazz Funk and Fusion and Progressive Rock" reviewed by Len Davis

Jazz Funk from Dean Brown and Lettuce, plus new releases from Oz Noy and Scott Jones. Playlist Dean Brown-Dennis Chambers “Breaksong" from D B 2 (BHM Productions) 00:00 Dennis Chambers “Plan B" from Outbreak (ESC Records) 07:59 Pickpocket “Bootstomp" from How 'Bout It (Self Produced) 15:57 Jeff Golub “Cold Sweat" from Do It Again ...

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Looni Tooni

Featuring the music of Oz Noy
Duration: 6:56

Oz Noy with Dennis Chambers, Will Lee, John Sneider, Brian Charette, Daniel Sadownick. Constantly seeking untapped musical terrain, New York-based guitarist and composer Oz Noy steps onto fertile ground with Snapdragon. The spry rhythmic wallop that characterized his previous album, the backbeat-driven Booga Looga Loo, remains in full force — only now welded to an open, bop-inflected chromaticism fostering a more dynamic, searching improvisational energy. Intricately winding unison melody lines spiral out across fatback rhythmscapes, expertly realized by animpressive cast of soloists and supporting musicians. Among those stoking the fires of the rhythm section are Dennis Chambers, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Weckl, Will Lee, James Genus, and John Patitiucci, while Noy trades improvised solos and notated melodies with saxophonist Chris Potter, keyboardists David Kikoski and Jason Lindner, trumpeter John Sneider, guitarist Adam Rogers, and the recently deceased trumpet Wallace Roney, whose subtly blues-tinged solo glides over the nimble rhythmic modulations of “Outer Look.”
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Oz Noy: Snapdragon

Read "Snapdragon" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

It's an old sentiment but it still holds that great instrumental chops, enthralling as they may be, are fairly meaningless on their own. And quite frankly, they are pretty ubiquitous these days with the internet exposure machine going full tilt. Given all that, it's quite easy for the listener to become inured with technical prowess-- especially ...

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Oz Noy, Ben Wendel, John Scofield, Garaj Mahal and More

Read "Oz Noy, Ben Wendel, John Scofield, Garaj Mahal and More" reviewed by Len Davis

Playlist The Backstage “Can I Get Your Number" from Isolation (Reingold Records) 00:00 Morten Schanz “Martial Arts" from Godspeed (Edition) 06:28 Ben Wendel “Drawn Away" from High Heart (Edition) 12:57 CAB “The Prankster" from Theatre de Marionettes (Brunel Music) 19:26 Garaj Mahal “Witch Doctor" from More Mr Nice Guy (Owlstudios.com) 25:54 Oz Noy “Booga Looga Loo" ...


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