Davka – “Lavy’s Dream” – [Tzadik Records]
Produced by John Zorn, this album was originally recorded in 1996. This is newly remastered with some extra tracks. The sound is modern traditional, very listenable, festive even, like dancing at a Jewish wedding reception. Rabbi Levy (1513 – 1609) is a celebrated Jewish Mystic, not to mention the albums namesake. He once told of a Golem, a mute soulless man gifted with superhuman powers. There is a certain melancholy that ‘nomadic? peoples (much of Eastern Europe included in this group) have mastered in their traditional music…this goes far beyond melancholy and reaches passionate nobility. Lavy’s Dream is excellent. You really can’t go wrong with any of the tracks here, 100% meat and no filler…a great release. Check out Davka’s “The Golem” and a collection called “Voices In The Wilderness” both also part of the KFJC library.
50k / Zoltan
you heard it 30 times on kfjc! most recently:
- 425 days ago, Merk played Yankel's Pocket
- 446 days ago, Bryan Chandler played Watchnight
- 2121 days ago, Alizarin Crim played The Golem
- 4969 days ago, Pax Humana played Yizkor For Rabin
- 5307 days ago, Art Crimes played The Dream of Rabbi Lavy
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