Simon Kiselicki Trio | Jamajla

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Jamajla

by Simon Kiselicki Trio

Jamajla is an 11 track album, a mixture of original compositions and jazz interpretations of traditional Macedonian songs, performed as an acoustic trio formation. The name 'Jamajla' is a word Simon invented with a mixture of meaning...
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Mountain
10:40 $2.50
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2. Marama
5:40 $2.50
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3. Jamajla
7:44 $2.50
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4. Dejgidi Ludi Mladi Godini
4:48 $2.50
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5. Jovano Jovanke
6:59 $2.50
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6. Ne Si Go Prodavaj Koljo Chifligot
6:27 $2.50
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7. Reka
7:25 $2.50
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8. Tibet
8:19 $2.50
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9. Uci Me Majko Karaj Me
2:38 $2.50
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10. Za Divna
8:01 $2.50
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11. Zajdi Zajdi Jasno Sonce
7:41 $2.50
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Jamajla is an 11 track album, a mixture of original compositions and jazz interpretations of traditional Macedonian songs, performed as an acoustic trio formation. The name 'Jamajla' is a word Simon invented with a mixture of meaning: 'jama' means a cave which goes downwards, 'maja' means illusion, and 'lamani' are Tibetan monks, as well as the similarity to the 'llama' animal which spits as a surprise in any moment!

Simon Kiselicki is a Macedonian jazz pianist, composer and arranger considered "one of the most influential personalities on the Macedonian jazz stage". He has released seven albums, composed, performed and arranged for other musicians' albums and projects, created an audio/video production, performed in some of the biggest European festivals and has performed across the world as a solo artist and with his group.

​Simon's style, unique in the jazz scene and representative of his culture, is recognised around the world, and his concerts are "sensitive, vigorous, emotional, empathetic and other expressions are just part of the marvellous journey Simon takes us through..."

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