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Raw Gestures

by Ehud Ettun Trio

Ehud Ettun is joined by Pianist Daniel Schwarzwald and Drummer Matan Assayag for a beautiful album that includes original compositions and arrangements to Bela Bartok, Stu Hacohen and Miki Gavrielov.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Transparency
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2. Babylon
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3. One Phase Game
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4. Romanian Dance, No. 1
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5. Romanian Dance, No. 2
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6. Romanian Dance, No. 3
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7. Rumba Blanca
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8. Brooklyn Home
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9. Tfila
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10. Erev Mul Gilad
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11. One for Haruka
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Raw Gestures documents many musical ideas that have been in my head for a while. In the past few years I was lucky to collaborate with musicians who mastered the art of playing the moment. I was deepy influenced by this philosophy; listening, focusing and risk taking. I decided to explore playing the moment with the band I feel most at home with. In summer 2013 Daniel, Matan and I went to perform in Bulgaria and shortly after recorded Raw Gestures in Jerusalem.

This album would not have been possible without the help and support of many people. I would like to thank my loved ones who supported me through the process of this album. A special thanks to Amir Milstein for introducing me to the music of Stu Hacohen, and most importantly - thank you Daniel Schwarzwald and Matan Assayag for your music and friendship.

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