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Saxophonist/composer Yehonatan Cohen headlines CD release show on March 18th in NYC
(Published: March 17, 2015)

Saxophonist/composer Yehonatan Cohen refuses to play it safe. If the creative success of his latest album Stories is to be summarized, that is largely the reason.

Cohen, pianist Gadi Lehavi, bassist Or Bareket, and drummer Itay Morchi walk unafraid, exploring the fringes of jazz yet remaining accessible to listeners not open to too much sonic adventurousness. The musicianship throughout is tightly knitted, brave, and trembling with barely contained energy.

The chemistry between the band members is explosive; they must rip it up in live performance. Cohen's saxophone shines on "Sad Eyes," soaring with a summertime glow. Versatility is key to Cohen and his fellow musicians. None of the tracks resemble one another so the whole album feels fresh.

From the introspective loveliness of "Spring" to the boisterous enthusiasm of "Waterfall," the band operates from a wide open canvas, unreeling one potent image after another. It's complete bliss from beginning to end, a thrilling, mesmerizing album that continually engages the ears.

(Yehonatan Cohen will be having a CD release show at the Metropolitan Room on March 18th in New York, NY. Doors open at 9 p.m. For more information call (212) 206-0440.)

More Information: http://www.yehonatancohen.com

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