Omer Klein – Personal Belongings (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

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Artist: Omer Klein
Album: Personal Belongings
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 46:20
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 854 MB


01. Omer Klein – Kavana (02:13)
02. Omer Klein – Baghdad Blues (05:00)
03. Omer Klein – The Magnets (05:30)
04. Omer Klein – The Flower and the Seed (05:14)
05. Omer Klein – Good Hands (05:43)
06. Omer Klein – Sun Girl (04:38)
07. Omer Klein – Quarantined with You (04:12)
08. Omer Klein – Shake It (06:47)
09. Omer Klein – Najara (04:14)
10. Omer Klein – What a Wonderful World (02:45)

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Like so many others, Omer Klein has been brought to a stop by the pandemic. Tours cancelled and forced into introspection, the Frankfurt-based Israeli jazz pianist has taken the opportunity to give birth to Personal Belongings, a much more intimate album than we are used to from him. Ten compositions reflecting his point of view as a man, pianist, composer, band leader, family man and multicultural artist. Ten voyages between solitude and the need to find himself, six of the ten themes are performed solo, the other four in a trio with Haggai Cohen Milo on double bass and Amir Bresler on drums. Contemplative sequences and the energy of the trio follow one another with great fluidity. A singular vibration that we feel in the sequence Kavana and Baghdad Blues, which meld the romanticism of the Middle East with jazz improvisations. Blending Brazil with Brahms, The Magnets is a feverish love song through to its astonishing pastoral finale. This track-like the lyrical Sun Girl-is inspired by the relationship between Omer Klein and his girlfriend. The Flower and the Seed is itself dedicated to his children. And then there is liberty, links between peoples, countries, customs and languages. All play a key role in this lovable ensemble. Finally, Personal Belongings closes on a note full of hope, thanks to a short, most intimate re-interpretation of the standard What a Wonderful World. – Max Dembo

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