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Blood by Naftule's Dream

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Album Title: Blood
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

It's a dream journey, it has peaks and troughs, it has an interesting clarinet/cornet feature, a burbling tuba and a guitar 'rock out' moment.

About the Album

Naftule's Dream, whose seminal recordings in the 1990's helped create the Radical Jewish Culture movement and jumpstart John Zorn's Tzadik label, has released its first new recording since 2002. The title track, "Blood," was inspired by the I.B. Singer short story of the same name, and merges a Jewish khosidl with a slow-burn rock groove. Eric Rosenthal: drums; Jim Gray: tuba, sousaphone; Michael McLaughlin: accordion; Andrew Stern: guitar; Glenn Dickson: clarinet; Gary Bohan: cornetist.

Track Listing

Sitting In Some Train Watching The Tuscan Landscape Go Speeding Backward; Blood; Aby Kirly the War Hero; Calabria; Boss Shabbos; Klez Spiritual; Chasing Ivo Livi; Turkisher; In Search Of Her Lullaby.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Glenn Dickson: clarinet; Gary Bohan: cornet; Michael McLaughlin: accordion; Andrew Stern: guitar; Jim Grey: tuba; Eric rosenthal: drums.

Reviews

  • Blood by Dan McClenaghan

Date featured

July 12, 2016

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