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Avishai Cohen / Fizzy Pac n' Play Foldable Playpen with carry bag

Big Vicious

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Crossover Jazz

Cohen's fourth date for ECM wanders freely between its many influences to emerge with a compelling identity of its own. The melodies are often hummable and there are many different stylistic forays into psychedelic rock, R&B and funk, Hebrew folk, and sound system electronica. It is easily the most accessible album of Cohen's career thus far, in that it will likely appeal to listeners not normally drawn to jazz.

- Thom Jurek

Various Artists

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August 19, 1997

Old-Timey

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