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Come To My World

Come To My World by Jo Kaiat
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Jo Kaiat

Label: Imago Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Avishai; Find Back; Flamencato; Koreduga la Joie; Naa Donke; Beer Bassodeh; Souvenirs; Destin; Point Of Light; What Did The Angel Say.


Album Description

After a first album « Departures » released in 1999 by Warner / Erato Disque and recognized by the press (“Listen. That has nothing to do with it. Listen, you won’t believe it” Jacques Denis) Jo Kaiat went to Tel Aviv to record his new album with long-time friend, bass player Avishai Cohen and three Israeli musicians: Noam David (drums), Gilad Abro (double bass) and Ilan Katchka (percussions). In this project, Jo Kaiat draws on the wealth of Hebrew music from the Middle East, West Africa and Arab-Andalusia. This hybrid form of jazz with multiple influences, makes it a mixed album that reflects with sensitivity the sum of the experiences of the pianist throughout the world.


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