🇮🇱 While sorting out the Goosebumps’ coffers, I can not help but share this album. Its peaceful name do not mislead as a variety of trends are dissolved in this music.
The leader of the band, guitarist Matan Shevach, once again proves that jazz is extremely easy to enter into symbiosis with the diverse music.
He dashingly directs the musical wave to the West, then to the East, and somewhere to the roots of African music. Periodically, you can catch yourself listening to blues, country, or some kind of freak rock, and something Arabic or even Latin American.
However, the team never stands still, and just after teasing you with variations, they move on to the next sketch. There jazz is simplified, discarding everything superfluous. The author himself calls his offspring “jazz for the folks”. And it is true that academicians also play bast shoes sometimes.
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