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David Chevan - Let Us Break Bread Together: Further Explorations of the Afro-Semitic Experience mp3 download

Performer: David Chevan
Title: Let Us Break Bread Together: Further Explorations of the Afro-Semitic Experience
Duration: 01:03:40
Released: 2000
Size MP3 version: 1402 mb
Size FLAC version: 1783 mb
Size WMA version: 1690 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Jazz

David Chevan - Let Us Break Bread Together: Further Explorations of the Afro-Semitic Experience mp3 download


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In addition, David Chevan, whose jazz album, Avadim Hayinu, with Warren Byrd, explored Jewish and African-American sacred melodies and their jazz, has released a new CD, Let us break bread together: Further explorations of the Afro-Semitic Experience on the Reckless DC Music label (RMCD-1049). I fell in love at the release concert for the last album.

David Chevan and Warren Byrd - Let Us Break Bread Together. album: Let Us Break Bread Together: Further Explorations of the Afro-Semitic Experience. David Chevan and Warren Byrd - Little David, Play on Your Harp. album: All Things Are Possible. album: Two Of A Kind. Why Not Me.

Ceremonial, restrictive, and heavy are a few words that may come to mind. But rest assured, that's not at all the case. Pianist Warren Byrd and bassist David Chevan work together on these duo improvisations, melding a variety of approaches into a coherent whole. Much of the music borrows heavily from a blues-rich gospel sound, while other portions represent more traditional jazz. The spirituals feature rolling piano trills and a relaxed, sauntering feel. Personnel: David Chevan, bass; Warren Byrd, piano. Title: Let Us Break Bread Together Year Released: 2001 Record Label: Reckless DC Music.

David Chevan and Warren Byrd. David Chevan and Warren Byrd - Let Us Break Bread Together 07:42. David Chevan and Warren Byrd - Hineh Mah Tov 08:05. David Chevan and Warren Byrd - Etz Chaim Hi 03:42. This Is The Afro-semitic Experience - David Chevan and Warren Byrd.

Bassist David Chevan and pianist Warren Byrd are based in Connecticut and have been exploring the Afro-Semitic experience for the past four years. They’ve been giving concerts of Jewish and African-American sacred music-traditional tunes and gospel shouts-throughout the Northeast and this is their second album. There are some beautiful lines, pleasantly played, moments of spirituality, but precious few of jazz. The bass is not recorded properly (the walking sounds like schlepping); the piano is out of tune, especially in the treble

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Let Us Break Bread Together David Chevan 7:42
2 Oseh Shalom David Chevan 6:49
3 How Much More (Of Life's Burdens Must We Bear) David Chevan 7:33
4 Eliyahu Hanavi David Chevan 5:40
5 Little David, Play on Your Harp David Chevan 3:44
6 Etz Chaim Hi David Chevan 4:33
7 If I Can Help Somebody David Chevan 3:18
8 Etz Chaim Hi David Chevan 3:41
9 Soon I Will Be Done David Chevan 6:21
10 Hineh Mah Tov David Chevan 8:05
11 Oseh Shalom David Chevan 6:14

Credits

David Chevan - Primary Artist