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by James Nadal
When Billie Holiday released Gloomy Sunday," in 1941, accompanied by the Teddy Wilson Orchestra, no one could possibly imagine the back story and consequent repercussions associated with this song. Originally composed by Hungarian Reszo Seress in 1933 as Szomorú Vasárnap," it was quickly rewritten with lyrics by poet Laslo Javor, and recorded by Pál Kalmár in ...
By Frank London
Track listing: In Your Garden Twenty Fecund Fruit Trees; Oh Agony, You are so Sweet Like Sugar I Must to Eat You Up; Another Glass of Wine to Give Succor to My Ailing Existence; Midnight Banda Judea; In the Marketplace All Is Subterfuge; Who Knows One?; Pantagruel, Shiker Hindert Prozent; A Time of Desire--Curha Mix; Our Ancestors Forty Thousand Years Wide; Out of What?; Mi Yamalay; Borracho # 1 The Cobbles in the Street Moan for You
by Chris May
The less-traveled byways of cross-cultural exploration sometimes reveal the most fascinating new horizons, and this meld of Cuban and Algerian musics does exactly that. For Descarga Oriental, Cuban-born, New York-resident percussionist Roberto Rodriguez meets Marseilles-based Algerian pianist Maurice El Médioni at the grass roots of Andalusian music, and a rainbow-hued romp of a party breaks out. ...
by Elliott Simon
Trumpeter Frank London's Klezmer Brass Allstars jump-started New York City's globalFEST this past month. The two-day smorgasbord of sound, now in its third sold-out year at Joe's Pub, featured three concurrent stages of the best in world music. London's aggregation included a bevy of brass, clarinets, vocalists, Brazilian percussion ensemble Scott Kettner & Maracatú New York, ...
Track listing: Eliyohu Hanovi (trad.); Elijah Rock (trad.); Ki Loy Nue (trad.); Shnirele, Perele (trad.); Walk In Jerusalem (trad.); Go Down Moses (trad.); Moses Smote The Water (trad.); Oh Mary Don't You Weep (Sam Cooke/Leroy Crume); Didn't It Rain (trad.); Ale Brider (trad.)
by Eyal Hareuveni
On its first live disc this alt-klezmer band chooses to celebrate the theme of liberation from bondage, but not only in the strict Jewish context or heritage, usually focused around the Passover and the story of Exodus, the liberation from slavery in Egypt. The Klezmatics, together with black Jewish gospel singer Joshua Nelson, find inspiration in ...
By Frank London
Track listing: 1. Freylekhs - Cocek #5 feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar / 2. Wedding in Crown Heights / 3. Shalom Aleykhem[Peace Be With You] feat. Susan Sandler / 4. Imayel Ya Khail [The Horse Shall Dance] feat. Hasaballa BrassBand / 5 A Freylekhs Nokh dem Khuppah [Fast Wedding Dance] / 6. Watts-Hoffman Special [Faster WeddingDance] / 7. Lieberman Husidl [Lover-man's Slow Dance] feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar / 8. Lieberman FunkyFreylekhs feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar / 9. Belf's Carnaval / 10. Nomen est Omen [The Name is a Sign] / 11.Sacred Dance of the Scissors [Hyper-Stereo Shers] / 12. Shish Kebab, feat. Hasaballa Brass Band / 13. SlowHasidic Nign / 14. Fast Hasidic Nign / 15. Doin' the Oriental (part 1) feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar / 16. Doin'the Oriental (part 2) feat. Boban Markovic Orkestar/ 17. Untitled
by Elliott Simon
The mystical high priest of New Wave Avant-Klez jazz, Frank London, has released an album that defies phony political barriers and exposes solid musical commonalties among Gypsy, Jewish and Arabic music. ?Brotherhood of Brass?, the second release from Frank London?s Klezmer Brass All Stars, is a concept album that reaches across multiple millennia to present a ...