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A Not So Silent Night

by Eugene Marlow's Heritage Ensemble

"A Not So Silent Night," the eighth album from Eugene Marlow's Heritage Ensemble, is a potpourri of traditional Chanukah and Christmas melodies performed in various jazz and Afro-Caribbean styles.
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1. Chanukah, O Chanukah
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2. A Not so Silent Night
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3. Moaz Tsur (Rock of Ages)
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4. Sevivon
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5. Jingle Bells
2:24 $0.99
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6. Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
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7. Rock of Ages (Moaz Tsur)
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8. Auld Lang Syne
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble “A Not So Silent Night” album (2016) has earned four stars in the December 2017 issue of Downbeat Magazine. It’s featured in Frank-John Hadley’s “Stellar Stocking Stuffers” article, p. 87.

The review is as follows:

"Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble recognized the stale orthodoxy of much holiday music and chose to do something about it on A Not So Silent Night (MEII Enterprises; 37:44 ****). The Hanukkah, Noel and New Year’s songs derive a good part of their ecumenical chutzpah from the inventiveness of Marlow’s arrangements and the spry individuality of his pianism. It’s a blessing that the ensemble approaches “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel”, “Jingle Bells,” and the rest with the right mix of audacity and familiarity."

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