Shifting Sands Session – Keine Höhen

Dies ist ein längeres Video als normal, aber es lohnt sich. Avishai Cohen trat im Maillon-Theater in Straßburg mit dem Schlagzeuger Roni Kaspi und dem Pianisten Elchin Shirinov auf.

Das Trio spielte Musik von ihrem kommenden Album, Treibsand.

Ich freue mich sehr auf dieses Album!


  • 0:00 Das Fenster
  • 6:32 Unten
  • 11:55 Verflochten
  • 19:28 Flugsand
  • 27:14 Freude
  • 34:25 Dwasch
  • 42:38 Videospiel
  • 47:25 Hitragut
  • 51:27 Cha-Cha-Röm
  • 56:05 Erinnern

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