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    Default Albare iTD on tour with Long Way

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    Discovered by Matthias Winckelmann founder of Enja Records, Albare's (Moroccan, Israeli, French, Australian) compositions and recordings are poised to be enjoyed globally.
    Long Way, his recent recording in New York for Enja, is generating feel-good reviews around the world.
    The popularity of the album stems from the melodic tunes and sticky rhythms performed by guitar virtuoso Albare and the world-class international quartet of drums, piano and bass accompanying him. When it comes to live performances,
    Albare draws his line ups from a wealth of first class international musicians.
    "He sounds like a positive blend of the late Wes Montgomery and an early George Benson. Airy and light melodic improvisations and the themes reflect an inner harmony of boundless grace." Jazzpodium (Germany)



    Discovered by Matthias Winckelmann founder of Enja Records, Albare's (Moroccan, Israeli, French, Australian) compositions and recordings are poised to be enjoyed globally.
    Long Way, his recent recording in New York for Enja, is generating feel-good reviews around the world.
    The popularity of the album stems from the melodic tunes and sticky rhythms performed by guitar virtuoso Albare and the world-class international quartet of drums, piano and bass accompanying him. When it comes to live performances,
    Albare draws his line ups from a wealth of first class international musicians.
    "He sounds like a positive blend of the late Wes Montgomery and an early George Benson. Airy and light melodic improvisations and the themes reflect an inner harmony of boundless grace." Jazzpodium (Germany)

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    Wed 24 April 2013 8pm
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    Last edited by Mick Pacholli; 24th April 2013 at 04:58 PM.

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