AVISHAI COHEN’s TRIVENI | Dark Nights, Darker Days

 

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never use words … images … to describe sounds …

 

 

… refreshingly original with a distinctive sound,

and influences that stretch far back

into the jazz tradition.

Solos dart from swing era slurs

to smooth modernist lines,

and bursts of post-bop angularity

end in spiky folk melodies

straight out of the contemporary left-field.

 

 

 

never use words … images … to describe sounds …

 

 

 

 

AVISHAI COHEN . INTRODUCING TRIVENI

 

Avishai Cohen trumpet

Omer Avital doublebass

Nasheet Waits drums

 

 

AVISHAI COHEN . INTRODUCING TRIVENI

 

OMER AVITAL QANTAR – live at BIMHUIS amsterdam

 

Omer Avital bass, Eden Ladin piano

Asaf Yuria saxophones, Alexander Levin tenor saxophone, Ofri Nehemya drums

 

 

 

OMER AVITAL – QANTAR

 

Omer Avital bass

Eden Ladin piano

Asaf Yuria saxophones

Alexander Levin tenor saxophone

Ofri Nehemya drums

 

 

OMER AVITAL – QANTAR

 

Aaron Goldberg, Omer Avital, Ali Jackson, Jr. : Yes!

I don’t feel any anguish for the end of the weekend and the start of a new week – that hasn’t always happened – a new job changed my life perspective – from my experience this music should have been a great help to get ready for another week of boredom and monotony back in the days! Close your eyes and listen, Yes! it’s good for your soul!

Aaron Goldberg (piano)  Omer Avital (bass)  Ali Jackson, Jr. (drums)