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Uri Sharlin

Accordionist, pianist and composer Uri Sharlin is a bonafide innovator who synthesizes melodies from around the Mediterranean Sea with world rhythms, forming a music that breathes joyfulness and melancholy with expressive clarity. Upon arriving in New York City, Uri started studying with jazz legends Jackie Byard and Arthuro O’Farrrell, while at the same time getting exposed to music from all over Latin America. He has traveled numerous times to Brazil to soak in the country’s rich musical culture and language. In 2003, Sharlin started his own group, the Cardamon Quartet, where he blends influences from the Mediterranean with those of the Americas, including avant-garde jazz, classical, rumba, and Brazilian samba

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Jake Marmer: Hermeneutic Stomp

Read "Hermeneutic Stomp" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Jake Marmer is an observant jew, poet, and dedicated scholar of beat poetry, the blues, and jazz legacy. He was born in Ukraine, emigrated to New York with a short time in between in Jerusalem, Israel. His poetry, perceived by himself as a work in progress, borrows colorful images from Jewish Talmudic texts and Chassidic chants, ...

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Dan Aran: Breathing

Read "Breathing" reviewed by David Adler


Dan Aran's Breathing arrived with a short, dour note from Luke Kaven, head of Smalls Records, on the shaky future of indie-label jazz. That's not news and yet Breathing underscores the stakes involved for artists whose work is too fine to go undocumented. Aran, an Israeli-born drummer, is such an artist. Breathing is very ...

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Reflections of the Road

Label: Folk Dune
Released: 2005


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