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Jazz: World Fusion World: Klezmer Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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by Ofer Golany

From Jerusalem-recorded in Holland -between jazz with a klezmer touch and folk with jazz arrangements- violin and saxophone with contrabass- a darbuka kit- and a unique patented cd case with all the texts and an individual path as an apprentice musician a
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Who Are You?
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2. Katmandu
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3. Musician
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4. Empress
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5. Because
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6. Brother
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7. Elmale/ilmale
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8. A Weeping Eye
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9. A Leaf
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11. You're Never Alone
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12. Lysistrata
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from JERUSALEM - personal choice to turn guns to guitars. recorded in Holland with a jazz combo and banned in Israel for its anti-militaristic message it is an underground icon for those who consciously choose the ALTERNATIVE of artist to that of the soldier.



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Hello, I didn't hear your CD, but I was very happy to hear you personally in Germany last Sunday.

Please forgive me my terrible English - it's only my third language. Hope, I'll see you some times again in Bremen and are althoug aible to sing together with you.

For today, Monday, I say bye, bye, Almuth (not Helmuth)

Fred Schlomka

A Great Integration of Music and Message
Ofer delivers a musical message with verve and style. His creative blend of folk/jazz keeps you on your toes, as I hope the government of Israel is also kept on their toes by his anti-militaristic message in the grand modern tradition of pacifist/singer-songwriters.

Perele Shifer

great mix of old and new sound
I liked the melodies that remind me of hassidic melodies and the jazzy sound of many of the tracks. Peace now!

shaul mofaz

if too many people listen to this guy nobody will serve in an army
the pluralistic - individualistic mindset of this cd is deterimental to our attempts to convince youth not to question and to give themselves to the army and state . If everyone listened to mr. Golany i would be unemployed