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Review: Kruzenshtern & Parohod / the craft of primitive klezmer

cool lettering, cool album coverThey are a trio and they don't play klezmer. But whatever it is, this is wonderful, wonderful experimental music - the sort of music that causes people like me to brave dozens of tedious mishmoshes of sound to find something this good.

All I know about the band is that they come from Russia. Now they live in Israel. They formed a year ago. And they are insanely good. For more, read my review. Then run out and order the album.


To Mr. Ari Davidow

I would like to thank you for your review at "Klezmershack.com" and I'd also like to say that it was a first of a true opinion from one true listener to our music.
It doesn't matter whether a review is positive or not, as long as it's written in a way that you know that the writer took the time to listen and say what he truly felt about it.
So once again, thank you, and I'm sure to visit this web site again for some new music to know.

Guy (yog) from Kruzenshtern & Parohod

Thanks, Guy. I also want to be clear that I really love the album and look forward to more.

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