Interview with Drummer Yatziv Caspi

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  Growing up in Israel, what music opportunities did you have? It looks like you were introduced to the Indian Tabla drum at a young age, and you also play other interesting percussion such as the Udu drum. Did oriental … Continued

Path to Kinora

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  The Kinora, an early motion picture device, was the most successful home movie machine in Britain before 1912. Similar to a flip book, quick moving pictures created a simple animated movie. Intrigued by early methods of cinematography (the kinora, … Continued

Magic of Dreams

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  I went to bed the evening of March 5th with no plans whatsoever to write a song the following day. On the contrary, I was planning to record a short cello part and piece together other bits of recordings … Continued

Mischief, Mystique and the Muse

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Singer-songwriter Jade Alger is of another time and place. An otherworldly dreaminess pervades all 15 songs on his forthcoming album, Unfolding the Muse, to be released September 9, 2016. A master of atmosphere, Jade engages his audience through emotion and … Continued

Unfolding the Muse

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Music to me is like breathing. It comes easy and gives a full voice to what I’m expressing. Now that it’s been over a decade since I’ve compiled an album, my best release yet is underway. Recorded in 2001, ‘The … Continued

It Happened at Piccadilly

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Yesterday our shadows kissed on a fairground wall Today I rehearse Jazz syncopation Overlooking a web of city lights and Spa Island The moon, locked in sky, begins her quiet revolt She awaits her nightly performance from behind    the celestial … Continued