Gilad Hekselman | Words Unspoken

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Words Unspoken

by Gilad Hekselman

The winner of the Gibson Montreux Jazz Guitar Competition. His first studio recording album with the band with drummer Marcus Gilmore and bassist Joe Martin plus guest Tenor Saxophone player Joel Frahm sounds just magical. Produced by Gilad Hekselman and Atsuo Nitta.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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3. April In Paris
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4. Words Unspoken
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5. Countdown
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6. Someone to watch over me
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7. Yo Mama's Blues
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Album Notes
The world has changed completely since the birth of Jazz. The technology-age culture has given music an astonishing diversity. However, while many have simply followed the footsteps of the great musicians of the past, there are few who saw the “present” world through their own eyes and created their own art. Even fewer have realized the importance of such originality.
By Gilad’s talent in composition, arrangement, and interpretation of time and space, “Words Unspoken” is perfected as something that doesn’t stay preset but may become accepted as the future “standard”. The “magic” created by free and explosive spirit of the young musicians who participated in the recording is a jewel born out of Gilad’s exquisite sensibility and the mutual trust among them. That is something that can never be achieved by technology alone.


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