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Oz Noy is a rock guitarist who has a strong sense of humor and the creativity to come up with a wide variety of tonal distortions. His original struts throughout Ha! are consistently colorful and often witty. Of particular notice is "Hey You," which purposely sounds like a broken record and his interpretation of a pair of blues: "Blue Monk" and "Hit Me." Oz Noy can also play quite mellow, as he shows on "I Can't Make You Love Me," but he has the most fun on the more outlandish rock and fusion grooves. Fellow guitarist Mike Stern has a guest appearance on "Downside Up" and sometimes the rhythm section utilizes both Anton Fig and Keith Carlock on drums, but Oz Noy is the main star throughout this enjoyable and eccentric outing.


Born: Israel

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Israeli-born guitarist Oz Noy is a progressive and iconoclastic artist who incorporates a wide array of styles into his own work, including funk, rock, blues, and jazz. Having performed from a young age, Noy was an in-demand studio musician by his early twenties. A move to New York City in 1996 eventually led to tours and session work with such artists as Chris Botti, Toni Braxton, Jeff...
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