Family – 3 Cohens
It's a family affair that provides a luminous glimpse into the 3 Cohen's' broad jazz vernacular and notable technical expertise. With a formidable supporting lineup, the artists communicate an appealing mix of standards and originals, positioned on a It's a family affair that provides a luminous glimpse into the 3 Cohens' broad jazz vernacular and notable technical expertise.
– All About Jazz
1. Shufla de Shufla
2. Blues For Dandi's Orange Bull Chasing ...
3. With The Soul Of The Greatest Of Them All
4. The Mooch
5. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
6. Rhapsody In Blake
7. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
8. Tiger Rag
10. Roll ‘Em Pete
Exclusive Track: Shufla de Shufla:
Family - 3 Cohens
20011 Anzic Records
Being able to create and share music together, as 3 siblings, is a unique situation. Or so people tell us. We know no other way – it is as natural to us as breathing. But with the years we have become more and more grateful, realizing the wonderful gift we have received. The idea of recording with the great Jon Hendricks came to us after we met him in Brazil in 2010, where Jon sat in with our band. The connection felt magical and we all agreed that we must record together. We didn’t know it would be so soon. Thank you, Jon, for your amazing spirit, joy, stories and swing!! We want to thank the hard swinging Aaron, Matt and Greg: it was a thrill to have you on board with us for this one!
This album is dedicated to our parents, Bilha & David Cohen – without their love and support none of this would have been possible. Thanks to you music is our passion and our life – the greatest gift one (or three) could ever ask for! In loving memory of our friend Amit Golan.
• Anat Cohen: Tenor Saxophone & Clarinet
• Avishai Cohen: Trumpet
• Yuval Cohen: Soprano Saxophone
• Aaron Goldberg: Piano
• Matt Penman: Bass
• Gregory Hutchinson: Drums
• Special Guest: Jon Hendricks: Vocals
…arresting sophomore album…
– Nate Chinen, New York Times
…[a] polyphonic pip.
– Village Voice
Rarely in the history of jazz family bands have siblings so successfully created a unified group sound with as distinctive an identity as the Israel-born Cohens.