The Klezmatics - Jews With Horns album download
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|1||Man In A Hat
Backing Vocals – Moxy FrüvousGuiro – Ray "Chinito" Díaz*Lyrics By – Dave Lindsay Written-By – Klezmatics*, Traditional
Backing Vocals – Betty Electric Guitar – Marc RibotLyrics By – Aliza GreenblattSaxophone [Alto] – Matt DarriauWritten-By – London*, Traditional
Written-By – Svigals*, Mandelson*, Krakauer*, London*, Traditional
Backing Vocals – Matt DarriauLyrics By – Mark WarshawskyWritten-By – London*, Warshawsky*
Written-By – Svigals*, Krakauer*, Sklamberg*, Traditional
|6||Bulgars / The Kiss
Written-By – London*, Klezmatics*, Traditional
Written-By – Lorin Sklamberg
Written-By – London*, Traditional
Written-By – David Edelstadt, The Klezmatics
Written-By – London*
|11||Freyt Aykh, Yidelkh
Lyrics By – TraditionalWritten-By – London*, Klezmatics*
Written-By – Svigals*
Lyrics By – TraditionalWritten-By – Klezmatics*
|14||Es Vilt Zikh Mir Zen
Lyrics By – Celia DropkinVocals – Adrienne CooperWritten-By – London*
Saxophone [Alto] – Matt DarriauWritten-By – London*
- Distributed By – EFA – CD 01885
- Manufactured By – DADC – A0100267676-0101
- Recorded At – Baby Monster Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Piranha
- Copyright (c) – Piranha
- Artwork By – Christy Trotter (Cover Art), Linda Rutenberg, Tom Kindermann (Photos)
- Bass, Vocals – Paul Morrissett
- Clarinet, Clarinet [Bass], Vocals – David Krakauer
- Drums – David Licht
- Edited By, Mastered By – David Young, Hijaz Mustapha
- Engineer – Bryce Goggin, Rojo Johnson
- Lead Vocals, Accordion, Piano – Lorin Sklamberg
- Producer – Hijaz "Hirsh-leyb" Mustapha*
- Trumpet, Cornet, Horns [Alto Horn], Piano, Organ, Vocals – Frank London
- Violin, Vocals – Alicia Svigals
NotesFile under: Klezmer / New Music / World Music
Recorded Sivan-Tammuz 5754 (June 1994) at Baby Monster Studios, NYC.
Tracks # 6, 7, 9 and 11 were commissioned by Gregg Bordowitz for his film "Fast Trip, Long Drop" (USA, 1993).
Made in Germany.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 718750 188526
- Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 718750188526
- Matrix / Runout: [DADC logo] A0100267676-0101 11 A0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K5
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 7717
|11661-3183-2||The Klezmatics||Jews With Horns (CD, Album)||Rounder Select||11661-3183-2||US||2002|
|XENO 4032||The Klezmatics||Jews With Horns (CD, Album)||Xenophile Records||XENO 4032||USA & Canada||1994|
Jews With Horns is the third album by American Klezmer pioneers The Klezmatics, released in 1995. It is the first album on which Matt Darriau performed, which led to his induction as a full member of the group. Marc Ribot is also featured on the second track, Fisherlid.
Just don't expect somber religious music. The Klezmatics' brand of Jewish klezmer is as spirited as it is spiritual. The fast numbers, which dominate their third album, are frenzied celebratory drinking songs - a true revival of the community spirit which spawned this eastern European brand of folk music
Jews With Horns suffers a little for hiding most of its variety at the end of the album. But that’s a quibble in the face of such top-notch musicianship. The Klezmatics have proved they can play with the best in any genre (including classical music’s top violinist, Itzhak Perlman). This album includes a rock guitar cameo by Marc Ribot, who also has played with a host of goyish hipsters (including Sam Phillips, Peter Case, and T-Bone Burnett). Ribot is not the only source of modernity on the record - the Klezmatics’ stuff has been called post-modern because of its blend of genres
BPM Profile Jews With Horns. Album starts at 176BPM, ends at BPM (-176), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Klezmatics. Woody Guthrie's Happy Joyous Hanuka.
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Jews With Horns is a joyful album, full of obscure Kabalistic cleverness (the liner notes by Canadian Rabbi Kaiman be Zishe Holzhacker explain all the secret numerical affinities buried in the album), but also with wordplay that the average English speaker will understand and enjoy . On Possessed, however, the Klezmatics have moved away from this formula and into composition. Frank London and Alicia Svigals (whose violin is both nimble and heartwrenching) trade off with original compositions, and instead of just London, Lorin Sklamberg also does some arranging of traditional melodies.