Avi Rosenfeld - Kompozitsia II | Jamendo Music - Free music downloads
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    • 7 years ago

      [just a note: Everything I've wrote within review of album Kompositsia I applies to all Kompositsia series, so for overall characteristics refer there. I tend to think of Kompositsia like it was one multi-disk album.] This is second record by Avi, and the first I've ever heard. Starts with didgeridoo solo, but is compilation of classic rock/blues tunes, witho one or two references to country style and two great ballads (track #4 and #11) which touch the pure art form nearing craftsmanship of performers such as Bulat Okujava and Rolph McTell. As before, sung in modern Hebrew with slight excursion into English. And again -- not just sound wallpaper. A classic rock album, surfing over all styles and genres. I inly pity myself, I'm not familiar (not a bit) in the language used. As Avi wrote in response to my previous comment, he likes to sing his songs, and it can be heard -- must have been fun to record this album. Eight stars [++++++--]

    • 8 years ago

      Very beautiful music and voice!

    • 8 years ago

      To tell you the truth, I do not have the patients to listen to music that I do not have anything in common.

    • 8 years ago

      Bardzo ciekawa muzyka. Dziękuję za udostępnienie. Pozdrawiam serdecznie!:) m.

    • 8 years ago

      I found this album a neat collection of styles. An eclectic mix. The instrumental technique and feel was of a high standard throughout. The Barn dance feel of track two had my feet tapping, while the Deep Purple head banging of track 3 was a joy. Track 4 returns to what sounds to me, the style that the artist is more comfortable with (I may be wrong) Singing in his native language allows a more "truthful" soulful style of vocal to emerge. I love the melodic and harmonic work on this track. The strings arrangement work is beautiful. And then, just when I was settling into a J.J Cale mellow mood another rocker came through. While this album is American Blues influenced, but who isn't (myself included), to my ear the best tracks were the ones that were more locally sourced. But altogether the playing and production was excellent. Finally.... Love the album artwork.