Doron Tirosh | Simply Because It's Winter

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Simply Because It's Winter

by Doron Tirosh

A New York City Jazz Trio
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Why Would You Treat Me That Way?
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2. I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'
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3. For W.B.
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4. It Was Written in the Stars
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5. Simply Because It's Winter
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6. That Old Black Magic
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Many listeners eye even the gentlest-spirited drummer with suspicion, and they have reason. Drummers HIT things while the band is playing. But Doron is no musical bully-boy. His melodic lyricism is the equal of heroes Michael and Neal. If you want a gorgeous example of lyrical democracy in action, savor WRITTEN IN THE STARS.

Doron has a light touch -- metaphorically as well as sonically. He varies the sounds he gets from his kit with a deep intuitive intelligence, and he swings irresistibly: hear his solo introductions to PLENTY and W.B. Like my percussive deities Jo Jones and Sidney Catlett, Doron dances in our heads. His playing is crisp but never mechanical, delicate but never timid. And his originals come from the same place: they are blossoming interludes, not just chord changes tied up with twine. In 2018, beauty is not always easy to find, but Doron, Michael, and Neal show us what it is, can be, and will continue to be.

Michael Steinman
JAZZ LIVES


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