Klezamir | Klezamir Cooks for Tante Barbara

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Klezamir Cooks for Tante Barbara

by Klezamir

Roots Rockin\' Klezmer music Klezmer tunes from eastern Europe, Yiddish and Hebrew songs, all done up with a tinge of rock \'n\' roll.
Genre: World: Klezmer
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1. Araber tants
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2. By mir bistu sheyn
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3. Di Mashke
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4. Doina/Baym Rebn in Palestine
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5. Ki Tinam
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6. Chicken
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7. Khsidim Tants/Tsurik fun der milkhome
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8. Mayn elterns fargenign
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9. Di zilberne khasene
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10. Gas-nign/skotshne
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11. Ne platsh mame
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12. Miami Beach Rhumba
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rhoda Bernard, lead vocals, piano, tambourine
Jim Armenti, clarinet, guitar, mandolin, back-up vocals
Amy Rose, piano, flute, back-up vocals
Joe Blumenthal, bass, back up vocals, nose flute
Neil Zagorin, drums

Klezamir plays Eastern European Yiddish pop music, and the musicianship on display in this first recording by the Northampton based band is first rate, especially Jim Armenti’s fevered clarinet playing and Rhoda Bernard’s full-bodied nicely accented vocals (in both Yiddish and English). This is a jazzed-up version of the way this splendid music was performed in the old country. The only drawback – if it can be called one – is the album’s incessant happiness, which makes it difficult to get all the way though in one listening. Then again, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to get up and dance!
-Ed Symkus, the Weekly Tab, Boston


"...this outfit really does know how to light a fire." - Dirty Linen

"hypnotic, wonderful flute... high energy danceability" - Bravo

"This is a band I’d really, really like to see live - they sound like they’d blow everyone off the stage and have a lot of fun doing it! … the piano is unusually tasty, the flute is also quite superb..." - Ari Davidow, klezmershack.com


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Tina Casey

Klezamir Cooks!
This album really cooks! It makes you get up and dance, dance, dance!

Deborah Deitch

Fun
Fun, enjoyable, CD.