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Avishai Cohen

CD  |  Jazz  |  06 Oct 2017


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Avishai Cohen 1970 CD

Avishai Cohen pushes the boundaries of Jazz and Pop with his stunning new record 1970, produced by Jay Newland (Gregory Porter, Norah Jones...)  

1970 is arguably the most personal recording that Cohen has made so far in his career, as the title refers to the year he was born.  

This album pushes all boundaries of jazz, we are dealing with the closest we can get to POP with Avishai. Unity, compassion, and togetherness have been recurrent themes in Cohens work to date, and he gives full vent to those feelings in the new album, especially with the piece "Song Of Hope." He also sketches out a more confessional emotional landscape with "My Lady" and "Move On", where he broaches the joy of love and the pain of heartbreak, drawing on the vocabulary of classic songwriters such as Stevie Wonder. In one of the most interesting artistic decisions on the album, Cohen puts his stamp on the timeless gospel anthem, "Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child". This new work reveals more layers of his artists personality as he approaches familiar and unfamiliar territories both in terms of material and arrangements. 1970 was a significant year and '1970' is a significant album in 2017.

Title: 1970

Format: CD

Release Date: 06 Oct 2017

Artist: Avishai Cohen

Sku: 2350902

Catalogue No: 88985462032

Category: Jazz



Song of Hope

My Lady

It’s Been So Long

Se’i Yona


For No One

Motherless Child

D’ror Yikra

Move On


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