To The Desert To The Fields

by Ro'i Raz

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1.
40 Years 04:28
2.
Tllalim 03:53
3.
4.
Sh'ma 06:19
5.
Ma'ayan 06:59
6.
Relaxation 04:55
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Aftermath 04:13
9.
Rumba Blanca 08:06
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11.

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Album Notes
This is Ro'i Raz's second instrumental album as a leader in which he continues to develop his seasoned mixture of jazz harmony and middle eastern melodies and rythms in all acoustic dressings. Employing some of Israel best studio musicians, the album contains Ro'i's original tunes and arrangements to traditional melodies.
"...As more as ethnic music has become common property, it created new channels for individual expression based on values of delicate aesthetics... Kedma-Yama Ensemble is the sharp point of this genre..." (Gil Gibli, Israeli Globes)

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released December 27, 2016

All compositions by Ro'i Raz except no. 6 & 7- traditional, no. 9- by Stu HaCohen, and no. 11 by Yosef Hadar.

Ro'i Raz- classical guitars
Arnan Raz- tenor saxsophone
Oren Tsor-violin
Naor Carmi- double bass
Assaf Zamir- percussions & drums
David Tsur- cello (track 2)
Aviad Ben Yehuda- hand drum (track 2)
Ziv Yehezkel- vocals and percussion (track 11)
Ofer Callaf- vocals (track 11)

Recorded at studio 1, Jerusalem, by Leo Doron.
Additional recordings- Yellow Submarine, Jerusalem- track 2
Kitcha studio-Marko Gorkan (5,7)
The classical studio by Eyal Zaliuk- track 6
Red Sea Jazz Festival- track 9
Ziv Yehezkels home studio- track 11

Mastering- Eyal Zaliuk, The classical studio


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Ro'i Raz Israel

Ro'i Raz is a multi-faceted guitarist, composer
and an oud player, who's work spans from
third-stream to ethno jazz, original folk-rock to
sacred texts.

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