The trio featured Gilad on saxes and clarinet, Asaf Sirkis, drums and Ross Stanley on keyboards. The keyboard had a Hammond organ bias which was used to great effect. Asaf Sirkis’ drumming added the power and Gilad was his usual inventive self. His surreal introductions to what amounted to a set of standards were as original as the trio’s take on those standards. A very powerful band delivering inventive re-workings of numbers you thought you might have heard done to death.
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