1. John Coltrane - Transition
Coltrane's historic quartet at it's peak,
a moment before Coltrane abandons song-structure and harmony.
2. Miles Davis - Live in Europe 1967
Until recently there were no official live releases of the quintet post-1965.
I have been waiting for this incredible 3-disc box for years.
3. Bon Iver - Bon Iver
After a touching, intimate debut Justin Vernon returns with is incredible lyrics, this time with a full band.
4. Maurizio Pollini - Chopin Nocturnes
Just when I thought I have enough interpertations of the Nocturnes, comes along this italian,
who became famous in the 80's as an avant-garde modernist, praying deep into these melodies.
5. The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Keith with his 5-string, Mick is larger than life, Charlie's incredible time-feel, and "Wild Horses".
Dekel Bor will be playing "Bach Electrified" with his trio featuring Rea Mochiach and Asaf Hakimi this thursday, 1.3.12, 20:30 at Enav Cultural Center