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Ellott Simon on "Music from the Winery"

album coverIt isn't entirely clear from the review text, but this is a review of a new Tzadik CD which includes cuts from the David Krakauer-curated "Klezmer Brunch" performances made at NYC's Tonic, a former winery on the Lower East Side. But the review does point out what amazing music occurred during the klezmer brunches' five year run. I am thrilled that there is a CD with at least some excerpts from the period. For the full review, see Music from the Winery in the online "All About Jazz site.

In the same issue of AAJ, Simon covers Krakauer, the Winery, and more in David Krakauer & Jovino Santos Neto.

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