Whether you're a jazz afficionado, a casual fan, or a complete neophyte, I'd heartily recommend Rebirth . While it's good music first and foremost, it's also reassuring to know that the essence of jazz can be perpetuated using today's electronic media tools. P Graham
Imagine some kind of demented Parisian café band in a head-on collision with Miles Davis and Moby, and you get an idea of what this sounds like. J.Wallace
Just to let you know ya'll, you need to have this CD in your collection. Great singer and also very good music. For all music lovers, no excuse to not have this CD right now on your CD players. Gi Dussault
This album has a jazz fusion feel, A la Paris. I like the Jamiroquai influence. Gary F.
This record comes to us from Jerusalem where French guitar player and composer DJ Galactic crafts electronic jazz music influenced by the likes of St Germain, Jamiroquai, Sinclair and Bob Sinclair. If you dig jazz and acid jazz you'll dig his work. While some of the instruments sound artificial [horns] the ideas and compositions are solid. Rebirth was released in May 2005 and Eric will be touring and supporting the release IndiePulse
At first listen, French born, Jerusalem based guitarist DJ Galactics CD-R album Rebirth may seem a little light on the guitar. Featuring twelve instrumentals (with a few voice choruses) in a unique blend of jazz, funk and rock with an electronic background, it's only after several listenings that one can appreciate how subtly and cleverly Dj Galactic weaves his guitar in and out of the compositions. Listening to new musical melds is a bit disorienting at first, but with his experience in jazz, classical, rock and funk, Dj Galactic manages to pull it off and serve up something quite intriguing. It's not for everyone to be sure, but a select group of open-minded listeners is going to find a lot to like on Rebirth. It should be interesting to hear what the next on sounds like. Guitar Nine Records
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