Common Bond - Rhythm Of Life (2006)

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Common Bond - Rhythm Of Life (2006)

Post by Musicgate on Sun Dec 26, 2010 5:15 am







Genre: Brass-band, Fusion, Jazz-vocal
Country: Israel
Recording Date & Place: at Bardo Studros Ramat Gan 2006
Original Release Date: 2006
Label: Pias Deslan (Israel)
Band Location Tel Aviv, IL

Source: My collection
Ripped - Uploaded by: Musicgate
Included: FLAC (tracks image), TAU, CUE, LOG
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Covers: Full Artworks provided

Tracks info:
1 The Ring
2 Jamila
3 Waltz In Tree Colors
4 Nabat's Parade
5 Rhythm Of Life
6 Janana
7 Only You
8 Sinai
9 Cup Of Feel

Personel info:
Alon Farber- Baritone, Alto & Soprano Saxophones
Yarom Itta - Percussions
Yoram Lachish - Oboe, English Horn and Zorna
Jonathan Zvi Dror - Tenor Sax, Flute, Duduk & Didgehdoo
Marina Maximilian Blumin - vocals
Nimrod Lachish - Bass guitar
Kobl Shefi - Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Roni Zadik - Drums
Ilan Pustopetski - Keyboards

About performer:
Waltz in 3 Colors
Red Sea International Jazz Festival, Israel, 2006
the same musicians

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zizttInNHO8

Review by jazzis.com.:
1st album by Israeli ensemble Common Bond, founded and led by guitarist and composer Kobi Shefi. Although founded at the end of the 1990s, the nine-piece band took a long time to mature and develop. They recorded a demo album a few years back, but this is their formal debut release, and as it turns out it was worth waiting for. In many respects this is one of the finest albums ever recorded in this country and it encapsulates the capabilities of the phenomenal new generation of Israeli musicians. Kobi, who wrote most of the music and the spectacular arrangements on this album, is a seasoned player with solid Jazz background (he was a member of Harold Rubin's group Parpar). Drummer Roni Zadik, who is another veteran musician, keeps the music incredibly tight, regardless of the complex rhythmic patterns. All the other players are slightly younger (late 20s / early 30s) with extensive musical education and performing experience. The surprise of the album is the 19 years old vocalist Marina Maximilian Blumin, born in Ukraine and immigrated to Israel as a child. She is undoubtedly the most original and spectacular Israeli vocalist since Rimona Francis 40 years ago. Her extraordinary technique, range and self-confidence could all be easily mistaken as belonging to a 40 years old veteran superstar. The band creates an incredible big sound, with intricate brass arrangements and jazzy solos, but the music combines (as the band's name suggests) the best of Jazz, Fusion, Funk and World Music elements into an amalgam of rare beauty and spectacular effect. Think Blood, Sweat & Tears, Tower Of Power and Santana with a dash of Middle Eastern and Balkan melancholy, fronted by a diva. Absolutely stunning! Since the album was released, Common Bond performed extensively in many countries with enormous success and they are surely destined to go far. Unfortunately Marina left to follow her solo career (after capturing the entire Israeli public through her participation in a TV talent-discovery show), and was replaced by another very talented singer Anat Ben Hamo. If you wish to explore the wonderful world of new Israeli music – this is the album to start with. You are in for a treat of your (musical) life.



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Re: Common Bond - Rhythm Of Life (2006)

Post by Tower on Tue Dec 28, 2010 7:29 am

Спасибо, Борис. Весьма достойная музыка. Особенно порадовала 4-я вещь.

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