Klezmer Podcast 129- Paul Green

Klezmer Meets Jazz

Paul Green

Paul Green

Music Coming Together

Music Coming Together

This episode features an interview with Clarinetist Paul Green, who has released a new album of Jazz/Klezmer, Music Coming TogetherGreen does a great job of blending the two genres, particularly on the Klezmer tunes Der Gasn Nigun and Papirosen. But he also is comfortable going the other way, too, as seen in So, Nu? his Klezmer take on the Miles Davis tune So What? After the interview, we listen to the track Tarras Doina and Blues.  Run time: 35:07.

Klezmer Podcast 125- The Spike Orchestra

Radical Jewish Music

 

Ghetto

Ghetto

Eastmond
Eastmond

Sam Eastmond of The Spike Orchestra is a composer, arranger, and Trumpet player in London, UK. The latest album GHETTO is an exploration of WW II life in the Warsaw Ghetto, through a suite of pieces comprising a 20- piece big band, a 10- piece Spiketet, and a Trumpet/Voice duo. Eastmond describes the genre loosely as “Cartoon- Post-Bop Jazz and Klezmer music with a big band.” And that about sums it up. Enjoy our lively, wide-ranging discussion, and a fresh take on Jewish Music. We hear the full track Uprising, and a snippet of Child Smugglers from the album.

Run time: 1:02:19.

Klezmer Podcast 122- Zebrina

Klezmer Jazz From Canada

Zebrina

Zebrina

Zebrina

Zebrina

Jonathan Feldman

Jonathan Feldman

Klezmer Podcast 122- Jonathan Feldman. From Ashkenaz Festival, Jonathan Feldman and Zebrina performed music from their latest album Hamidbar Medaber. Here, Jonathan talks about the album and more about the band. We hear the track Higher Power.

Run time: 30:00.

Klezmer Podcast 118- David Buchbinder

David Buchbinder at Ashkenaz Festival 2014

 

David Buchbinder

David Buchbinder at Ashkenaz Festival 2014

Klezmer Podcast 118- David Buchbinder. Canadian Trumpeter Devid Buchbinder returns to Klezmer Podcast as part of my series from the 2014 Ashkenaz Festival in Toronto. David is involved in several projects, and his Odessa/Havana group has released their second album, Walk To The Sea, a continuation of his exploration of Latin/Jewish/Jazz music, with Pianist Hilario Duran. From the album, we hear the track Coffee Works.
Run time: 32:46.

 

Klezmer Podcast 116- Isle Of Klezbos

Klezmer in New York City

 

Isle Of Klezbos

Isle Of Klezbos

Live From Brooklyn

Live From Brooklyn

Klezmer Podcast 116- Isle Of Klezbos. This Podcast episode features Eve Sicular of the Isle Of Klezbos, based in New York City. Their latest album is Live From Brooklyn, and features a wide range of Klezmer styles, from traditional to jazz and reggae. The band has a lot of exciting news to share about current and upcoming projects and gigs. Hear Eve give all the inside scoop, plus hear about the in-depth research that was done to get the album ready.
Run time: 32:48.