I've been meaning to put a guide for that program on this site. My hope is that Y-Rock will make the show available as a podcast, or maybe I can get a good recording of it and post it on mennu.com. This Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at 7:00PM, I'll be giving a similar talk on the same subject at Steinhardt Hall (215 South 39th St.) in Philadelphia. Click here for more info.
Here's the playlist with some notes on the selections. Where possible, I've linked the artist's name to their site or MySpace page. The album name, in parenthesis, has a link to a store where you can buy the album. At the end of the post I link to a few videos featuring some of the artists discussed on this page. Finally there are links to Amazon where you can buy some of the tracks on this list as MP3.
See previous post.) In 2007 he put out an album called Stations. I found out about this album because my father forwarded me a video clip of his ensemble at the Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat. I was hooked immediately. In the 1970's, Shem Tov set out to create a new style of music; in 2007 he succeeded. I don't know how to categorize this song or this kind of music.
Here's a clip from the Red Sea Jazz Festival:
mezzo performance of shem tov levy ensemble
call to ask for a copy. I'll do this next time I'm in Israel. Here's a link their MySpace page.
- Papa Project - Can You Feel? (Dub On the Moon)
You can download it as MP3 at Amazon.
- Charlie Megira - Live At The Hotel Diplomat
Shem Tov Levi Ensemble - The City
J.Viewz Rehearsal - Under the Sun with Yossi Fine
The Apples - Killing In The Name Of (Rage Against The Machine Cover: Live!)
Kutiman and Karolina - Music Is Ruling My World
Buy these tracks on Amazon: