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Album Review

Israeli jazz guitarist Amos Hoffman turns in strong performances on this all-original session, joined by trumpeter Duane Eubanks, bassist Avishai Cohen, and drummer Jorge Rossy. Hoffman displays wit and wisdom throughout a broad range of musical moods, including the opening boogaloo of "Doobie Time," the touching waltz melody of "Three," the biting mid-tempo swing of "The Flip" and "Memories," and the ballad "Bookie & Ofi." Hoffman's tone is of the dry, vintage archtop variety, and he shows it off especially well on the two-minute solo piece, "Francine," which has the flavor of a Monk composition. Eubanks lays out on several occasions, including the haunting and beautiful title track, Hoffman's finest piece of writing for the date. ~ David R. Adler, Rovi


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the most unique instrumentalists in jazz and world music, Amos Hoffman (pronounced ah-moos) plays the guitar and oud. Born April 19, 1970, in Jerusalem, Israel, his parents were not involved in music, but his father was a sculptor and painter, so various artistic pursuits were encouraged. Hoffman started playing guitar at the age of six as a classical musician. On his eighth birthday, his father gave him an oud as a present. He never studied the oud formally, but taught himself. While at the...
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The Dreamer, Amos Hoffman
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  • 8,91 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 28 August 1999

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