In his final album, the burden on his shoulders is lighter and it's almost possible to see the thin smile on his lips as he makes his way, in typically funeral tempo, to the finish line.
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Carlos Santana’s performance in Tel Aviv Saturday night was low on the blend of Latin percussion and wailing guitar that has been his secret sauce for 50 years.
Scottish singer's managers claim dispute over contract led to last-minute cancelation, but local producers say otherwise.
The J.D. Allen Trio jumped among styles and Duo Ras Dashen did not repeat its amazing debut.
Keren Peles' new single, 'Only God Will Judge Me,' suffers from overuse of the word 'I'; Riff Cohen tries to keep things light but doesn't impress; and Kutiman creates a contemporary groove that's quickly forgotten.
With all the desire to get a carried away in the fire and brimstone, 'What Happened' has too many elements that leave you out of it all.
A second listening to Avodot Afar's new album makes it clear that the band has overcome the crisis of its previous CD.
After a slack creative period, Duchin reminded us what a wonderful musician he is in a concert with the Israel Philharmonic.
After Einstein’s death, exactly one year ago, his ‘Sa Le’at’ moved into its own super league. Why is this song most representative of the iconic Israeli singer?
Nasreen Qadri isn’t just an Arab woman who sings in Hebrew. She also put out a high-quality debut album (the first half at least).