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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Dice [3:08]
02. The Zohar [4:25]
03. Honey [2:09]
04. Jogging [3.21]
05. Ben Ten [10:15]
06. Termolando [3.44]
07. Light Star B [2:49]
08. Conch [2:48]
09. Fish [6:04]
10. Light star A [4:47]

Total Time 43:30

Line-up / Musicians

Jonathan Shmilovitz - Sax, Vibraphone
Avshalom Ariel - Guitar
Shaul Barkan - Clarinet
Uri Kutner - Bass
Tom Bollig - Drums

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Self released CD
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SAAL HARDALI Saal Hardali ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Collectors/fans only (33%)
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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant/Cross/Neo/Post Teams
4 stars Wondering what the oil-painting-like portrait upon the sleeve means ... it's my pleasure too. An Israeli experimental rock quintet SAAL HARDALI have come to the front of us suddenly, with their promising, innovative self-titled creation. What do those three mystic persons in the portrait come up to the audience?

Very impressive in a sense is their sound creating method they might have ignored almost all of the musical / melodic / compositional theories constructed previously. We feel so also via their mysterious existence and aggressive play style mixture, due to very few information (except in Israeli). Every single track gets started all of a sudden, ended like a vanishing smoke, and followed by the next track without any notice. The whole content can be mentioned as a 40 minute battle by the five skillful musicians ... their complicated, violent sound explosion should be perfectly unified. Their energetic sound evolution can be quite appreciated by every experimental rock fan, regardless of the language or the information.

Anyway, we can clearly say as follows: they play apparently in a wrong manner. Don't copy nor follow, serious children! (lol)

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