Seh Ug’di

Rashanim / Seh Ug’di

Credits:
Jon Madof: guitar | Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass | Mathias Künzli: drums

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About the song:

It is no surprise that a song called “Lamb and Kid” should come from Matityahu Shelem (1904-1975): when the prolific songwriter was not busy composing, he worked as a shepherd, first on Kibbutz Beit Alfa, which he joined upon his arrival from Poland in 1922, and later on Kibbutz Raman Yochanan. This particular tune is based on a folk melody for “Tzur Mishelo,” but it joins the many “shepherd” and festival songs that are associated with Shelem and the kibbutz movement.

About the artist:

Rashanim is a trio of guitar, bass and drums/percussion combining the power of rock with the spontaneity of improvisation, deep Middle Eastern grooves, and mystical Jewish melodies. The 'Jewish power trio' is led by Jon Madof on guitar and includes Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (Yo-Yo Ma, Anthony Braxton) on bass and Mathias Künzli (Lauryn Hill, Moby) on drums and percussion. Rashanim has four CDs on John Zorn's Tzadik Records.
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