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Lullaby For a Broken Land by Ayal Tsubery

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Album Title: Decisions
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014


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About the Album

Focusing on singable, lyrical melodies supported by irresistible grooves, Israeli NYC based bassist Ayal Tsubery manages to make the mixture of Jazz and Middle Eastern music seem effortlessly natural. Tsubery's debut album as a bandleader - “Decisions” was described as “a debut collection of unusual depth and emotional range” (Bruce Lindsey). Compositions, Arrangements, and Production by Ayal Tsubery Ayal Tsubery: electric and acoustic bass; Dani Danor: drumset; Daniel Meron: piano/Rhodes; Eyal Hai: alto sax; Jonathan Greenstein: tenor sax; Itai Kriss: flute; Jon Nellen: percussion.

Track Listing

Sixth Floor: Lullaby For A Broken Land; Decisions; In Motion/Now; Hasin'; A Dream I Had About You; Blue Nights; Parts Come Together.


Additional Personnel

Ayal Tsubery: electric bass, acoustic bass; Eyal Hai: alto saxophone; Jonathan Greenstein: tenor saxophone; Itai Kriss: flute; Daniel Meron: piano, Fender Rhodes; Dani Danor: drums; Jon Nellen: percussion.


Date featured

March 7, 2015

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