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SHALOSH is an instrumental piano trio, that belongs to the current generation of cross genre jazz groups able to reach a wide spectrum of audiences, in the Jazz world as well as in other genres. Their music is raw, acoustic and progressive, crossing stylistic boundaries and defying definition. In its five years of activity, SHALOSH has performed an astonishing 450 international shows on some of the world’s most prestigious stages. Despite its classic jazz trio format (piano, bass and drums) and the band members’ deep roots in jazz and improvised music, SHALOSH’s music weaves its own path and creates a unique and fascinating synthesis out of such varied genres as Rock, Classical, Electronic, African, and Middle Eastern music. The story behind the band begins in Jerusalem, where childhood friends Matan Assayag (drums) and Gadi Stern (piano) formed the mythological Jerusalem band ‘Enoma Elish’
Label: ACT Music
Track listing: After the War; Children of the '90s; Meditation; You'll Never Walk Alone; The Impossible Love Story of Jackie and Hanan; Sinan and His Never Ending War Against the Bureaucracy Robots; Take on Me; Tune for Mr. Ahmad Jamal; Lullabye; Onwards and Upwards.
by Phillip Woolever
Shalosh is the Hebrew word for three," and also a powerhouse piano trio from jny: Jerusalem with a dynamic rhythm section featuring drummer Matan Assayag and bassist David Michaeli with Gadi Stern on the keys. The group formed in 2014 when Stern and Assayag, who've known each other since childhood, joined with Michaeli for the trio's ...
by Geno Thackara
It must unofficially be the year of the piano trio or something. They just keep coming, and thankfully each new one is still stimulating and surprising. Shalosh Onwards and Upwards ACT Music 2019 The name means three," simply enough, and Shalosh is all about embodying that ideal of ...
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: 1. Computer Crash; 2. Jerusalem State of Mind; 3. Leaving Maine; 4. Brain Damaged Pumpkin Pie; 5. Everything Passes, Even the Trees; 6. Elephant; 7. Pleasure and Disgrace; 8. Song for Daniel; 9. Get Gone; 10.Sandy; 11. Eulogy.
by Phil Barnes
The sheer volume of great records that I have managed to hear, and the knowledge that there are many more that I haven't, means that I make no pretence of presenting a list of the definitive albums of the year. Instead, this is a snapshot list of the ten records that I have enjoyed the most ...
by Phil Barnes
Tough economic times have seen a lot of musicians aggregate into trios of one sort or another of late. Sonically the more minimalist sound has the upside that it is more easily reproduced live and avoids the logistical and financial difficulties of maintaining a large ensemble. The trouble is that it becomes more and more difficult ...
by Phil Barnes
A strong friendship can be a wonderful thing, a connection that allows you to pick up where you left off no matter how long the gap, one that remains strong whatever your respective experiences since you last met. Should you and your friends happen to be professional musicians then that gift can potentially go to a ...