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Omer Avital - Abutbul Music (2016)

23-08-2016, 07:17
2016 | Jazz | FLAC / APE


Artist:
Title: Abutbul Music
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Jazz Village
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Total Time: 01:10:11
Total Size: 473 MB / 160 MB
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Tracklist:

1. Muhammad's Market
2. Three Four
3. Afrik
4. New Yemenite Song
5. Bed-Stuy
6. Bass Hijaz (Intro To Ramat Gan)
7. Ramat Gan
8. Ayalat Hen
9. Eser (Middle Eastern Funk)


Bassist Omer Avital was born in the small Israeli town of Givataim where his formal training began at age 11 when he entered the Givataim Conservatory to study classical guitar. He grew up in Tel Aviv, in a Moroccan-Yemenite family, where evidence of his Middle Eastern and Spanish influences came together with jazz and blues. While enrolled at the Talma Yalin, Israel's leading arts high school, he switched his focus to the acoustic bass, was the leader of the jazz ensemble, and wrote all the arrangements. By his senior year at age 17, he was playing professionally, but then spent less then a year in the Israeli Army. After discharge, Avital moved to New York City playing with Roy Haynes, Jimmy Cobb, Nat Adderley, Walter Bishop, Jr., Al Foster, Kenny Garrett, Steve Grossman, Jimmy Lovelace, and Rashied Ali. But his big break came in 1994, not playing with giants, but leading his own groups and big band during the after-hours sessions at Small's in Greenwich Village, along with pianist and co-collaborator Jason Lindner. Some of their sidemen included Mark Turner, Myron Walden, Gregory Tardy, Joel Frahm, Charles Owens, Grant Stewart, Jay Collins, Jimmy Green, Ali Jackson, Joe Strasser, and Daniel Freedman. In 1997, the Impulse label released Jazz Underground: Live at Smalls, featuring Avital's quartet. He signed to record his debut album Devil Head the following year, but it was never issued. Think with Your Heart and Arrival were the first of many CDs for the Fresh Sound/New Talent or Small's labels, and Avital continued working with an array of musicians including Joshua Redman, Aaron Goldberg, trumpeter Avishai Cohen, Anat Cohen, Marc Miralta, the Israeli/international worldbeat band Third World Love, pianist Yonatan Avishai, Yuval Cohen, Emilio Sola y La Orquestable, Antonio Hart, Bill Saxton, Jeff Ballard, Brad Mehldau, Antonio Hart, Claudia Acuna, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Peter Bernstein, Larry Goldings, Marlon Browden, pianist Omri Mor from Jerusalem, the Ithe Izraeli Magreb Orchestra, the Andalusian Orchestra Ensemble, and the legendary Algerian pianist Morris Al Mdiuni. ~ Michael G. Nastos, Rovi

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