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Ktzat Aheret & Sheshet ??

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Topic: Ktzat Aheret & Sheshet ??
Posted By: terramystic
Subject: Ktzat Aheret & Sheshet ??
Date Posted: May 23 2006 at 03:59
KTZAT AHERET
SHESHET

I've noticed these 2  most important Israeli 70's prog bands are not in PA!



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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: May 23 2006 at 09:41
Ktzat Acheret (slightly Different)
Basically made up of three Israeli musicians:
Shlomo Gronich - Keyboards (piano, synth, mellotron), percussions, vocals
Shlomo Yidov - Guitars, bass ,percussions, vocals
Shem Tov Levi - Flute, piano, percussions, vocals
 
and supported by:
Eli Maggen - Bass
Ilan Gronich - Violin
Yossi Levi - Drums
 
I have the track list.
 
עטיפת האלבום קצת אחרת
שלישיית קצת אחרת בתמונה מגזינית מאוחרת יותר
The band members in the 80's


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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: May 23 2006 at 09:49
Sheshet (sextet):
Sheshet NMC 82366, 1977.
Reissued in 1993.
 
Yehudit Ravitz - Acoustic guitars, percussions, vocals (she is today a famous singer)
Shem Tov-Levi - Flute, vocals
Shmulik Boudgov - Electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Adi Renert - Piano, Hammond, synth, vocals
Shmulik Aroch - Bass, percussions, vocals
Iki Levi - Drums, percussions
 
http://www.mitos.co.il/Music/MusicFocus.asp?ID=81264">לרכישת האלבום בחנות מיתוס
 
 
 
מימין לשמאל - עדי רנרט, שם טוב לוי, יהודית רביץ, שמוליק בודגוב, איקי לוי, שמוליק ארוך
 
 
 
 
I have biographies of both bands
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: terramystic
Date Posted: June 03 2006 at 10:29
avestin,

Allright. let's post it then!


Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: June 03 2006 at 10:39
These threads are constantly looked upon by the Band Admission team which gathers the suggested bands and the info given (which is why I posted it here) and they are added to a list of to be added bands.
Now, we must tell them which subgenre they belong to, and then the appropriate specialist team will handle the addition.
If I am not mistaken, both belong in the symphonic prog category, isn't it so, Terramystic? If not please correct me.  

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Posted By: chopper
Date Posted: June 08 2006 at 15:11
Suggestions noted.


Posted By: terramystic
Date Posted: June 08 2006 at 17:48
Originally posted by avestin avestin wrote:

If I am not mistaken, both belong in the symphonic prog category, isn't it so, Terramystic? If not please correct me.

Often jazzy (at least Sheshet) and not typical sympho. Let's say Art Rock?


Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: March 31 2008 at 19:21
So of course Ktzat Acheret was added to Eclectic quite some time ago, but Sheshet is still pending inclusion in the archives.  I haven't found much in the way of samples, but this site --> http://stevehegede.tripod.com/israel.htm - http://stevehegede.tripod.com/israel.htm has streaming samples of various songs, including one from sheshet's eponymous release.  It certainly is jazz-fusiony, jazz-folk-rock,  but it also reminds me of the Gentle Giant inspired band Et Cetera.

EDit: Incidentally, I'm trying to remember what the piano opening reminds me of from that Sheshet song... Gryphon..?  Goes to check.  Midnight Mushrumps.


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Posted By: avestin
Date Posted: March 31 2008 at 19:35
Originally posted by Logan Logan wrote:

So of course Ktzat Acheret was added to Eclectic quite some time ago, but Sheshet is still pending inclusion in the archives.  I haven't found much in the way of samples, but this site --> http://stevehegede.tripod.com/israel.htm - http://stevehegede.tripod.com/israel.htm has streaming samples of various songs, including one from sheshet's eponymous release.  It certainly is jazz-fusiony, jazz-folk-rock,  but it also reminds me of the Gentle Giant inspired band Et Cetera.

EDit: Incidentally, I'm trying to remember what the piano opening reminds me of from that Sheshet song... Gryphon..?  Goes to check.  Midnight Mushrumps.
 
I have the album, Greg, So I can help you there.
 


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Posted By: Logan
Date Posted: March 31 2008 at 20:27
Excellent, thanks, Assaf.

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Posted By: clarke2001
Date Posted: September 27 2008 at 18:01
Matej, just to let you know Sheshet are added too (Rico added them in Eclectic).

So, two the most important Israeli bands are now here

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Posted By: Atavachron
Date Posted: September 27 2008 at 18:25
Clap

Cool






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