Luminosa

by Anat Cohen

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1.
Lilia
2.
3.
04:03
4.
Bachiao
5.
Cais
6.
Happy Song
7.
In The Spirit of Baden
8.
Ternura
9.
10.
Beatriz
11.
The Wein Machine

about

Onstage or on record, the music of Anat Cohen positively glows – with virtuosity, with charisma, with the sheer joy of creation – and never more brightly than on her seventh album as a bandleader, Luminosa. On Luminosa, Anat plays dancing originals, interprets Brazilian classics by the likes of Milton Nascimento, and even re-imagines electronica as acoustica with an ingenious arrangement of a Flying Lotus tune. Members from Anat’s touring quartet – keyboardist Jason Lindner, bassist Joe Martin and drummer Daniel Freedman – appear on the album, as do guest guitarists Romero Lubambo and Gilad Hekselman, percussionist Gilmar Gomes and the Brazilian players of her new band Choro Aventuroso. Anat has been named the top clarinetist in both the readers and critics polls in DownBeat, the jazz bible, for multiple years running. And her fluency in the jazz tradition is utterly at one with her flair for Brazilian music. As the Brazilian Press has declared: “Anat is an Israeli who seems like a Brazilian when she plays samba.” A true citizen of the world, Anat speaks a universal language through her horn.

credits

releases 17 March 2015

Anat Cohen: Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Jason Lindner: Piano, Wurlitzer Electric Piano, Analog Synthesizer
Joe Martin: Bass
Daniel Freedman: Drums
With Special Guests
Gilmar Gomes: Percussion (1,2,4,5,7)
Romero Lubambo: Guitar (4,5,7,10)
Gilad Hekselman: Guitar (11)
& Choro Aventoroso:
Vitor Gonçalves: Accordion (8.9)
Cesar Garabini: 7 String Guitar (8,9)
Sergio Krakowski: Pandeiro (8,9)

Recorded by James Farber at Avatar Studios April 8 & 9 2014
Mixed by James Farber at Avatar Studios June 6-8 2014
Assistant engineer Aki Nishimura
Mastered by Mark Wilder at Battery Studios June 12 2014
Edited by Brian Montgomery
Cover art by Michal Levy
Design by Lior Romano
Cover photo by Augusta Sagnelli
Band photos by Fran Kaufman
Produced by Oded Lev-Ari, Anat Cohen & Jason Lindner

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