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Sunday, 22 June 2008

Refuge اللـــجــــوء ♪ Gilad Atzmon and The Orient Ensemble جـــيـــلاد اتـــزمـــن ومــجــمــوعــة بــيــت الــشــرق


Album : Refuge اللـــجــــوء
Artists :
Gilad Atzmon and The Orient Ensemble
جـــيـــلاد اتـــزمـــن ومــجــمــوعــة بــيــت الــشــرق
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* Gilad Atzmon saxophones, clarinet and electronics,
* Frank Harrison keyboards and electronics,
* Yaron Stavi double & electric bass,
* Asaf Sirkis drums.
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Guest : Paul Jayasinha trumpet

Melodies :
{1}. Autumn in Baghdad
{2}. Spring in New Nork
{3}. In the Small Hours
{4}. Burning Bush
{5}. Her Smile
{6}. Her Tears
{7}. My Refuge
{8}. just Another Prayer for Peace
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Speaking about his new album ,"Refuge", Atzmon says: "Peace is nowhere near. Every other day a new conflict comes to life. The world is becoming more and more hostile. Music has become our refuge. Music is not a messenger, it is actually the message. Music is the true Being in Time." A mature and fascinating statement oscillating between oriental-coloured sadness and melancholic jazz balladry, "Refuge" is an album filled with truth, energy, wisdom, peace and beauty. Although freshly speckled with fusion, Latin and electronic sounds, it presents the ensemble's talents at their most soulful and expressive. This is a big one.
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