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Dani Oore, Sageev Oore 

radical cycle (Independent)

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While "radical" might seem like an exaggerated definition for these compositions it is not often you hear classical references juxtaposed alongside klezmer, film and jazz quotations with such natural flow and affinity. Playfully inventive yet at times quite challenging, the eleven tracks on Radical Cycle propel the listener (similar in the way that Pictures at an Exhibition feels like a promenade) with a perpetual forward momentum with turns and twists, inventive call and response interludes and abrupt rhythmical changes. Dani and Sageev Oore, who have played together in numerous projects including Gypsohilia, demonstrate a natural affinity for intuitive interplay, which makes this album beautifully engaging right to the end.

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