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Pink Floyd: The Endless River

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2014
Track listing: Things Left Unsaid, It's What We Do, Ebb and Flow, Sum, Skins, Unsung, Anisina, The Lost Art of Conversation, On Noodle Street, Night Light, Allons-y (1), Autumn '68, Allons-y (2), Talkin' Hawkin, Calling, Eyes to Pearls, Surfacing, Louder than Words.

The Endless River

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2014

Almah

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2014
Track listing: Overture “Noam” Op.1; Song For My Brother; On A Black Horse/Linearity; A Child Is Born; Arab Medley; Southern Lullaby; Hayo Hayta; Shlosre; Kefel; Kumi Venetze Hasadeh.

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Pink Floyd: The Endless River

Read "Pink Floyd: The Endless River" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

In the past several months the world of music has been shaking with sudden announcements and surprising releases by various artists. When Pink Floyd announced that it will be releasing its 15th studio album it seemed like the Earth stopped rotating for a moment. After all, its band members quietly retired this seminal band from active ...

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Avishai Cohen: Almah

Read "Almah" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

After a dozen albums as leader and a career that has seen him perform with Chick Corea, Mark Guiliana and Alicia Keys, Almah finds bassist Avishai Cohen returning to his first loves. Those “first loves," according to the press notes, are classical music and, more particularly, chamber music. Almah is a return to these loves, but ...

Original Album Series

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2009

City Lights

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2008


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