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“I will join Herman in another journey of ‘Awakening’. I have no doubt about that! Those are the places I wish to get to over and over.”

Yossi Harsonski

Top 5 “Israeli Jazz” albums: “In the album “Awake”, Herman’s takes the listener on a journey between hypnotic instrumental pieces and compositions to poems in his unique way… ”

Raz Israeli (nrg)

“Herman has given new meaning to one of the greatest anthems in the history of rock. He takes it to new places musically, and wordlessly he adds value to his jazz as being the prerogative of all young people regardless of their musical preferences.”

Zeev Tenne (Fishtank Magazin)

Awake

2014

This is Uriel solo debut album. It was written after a personal journey in the jungles of Costa Rica. The album contains original compositions, arrangements to songs by Nirvana and Radiohead, as well as new melodies set to poems by Israeli poets, Yehuda Amichai and Tirza Attar. Following the release of Awake, The Uriel Herman Quartet was formed.

Vocals: Sivan Talmor, Mika Sade, David Lavi, Uriel Herman
Piano: Uriel Herman, Adi Rennert
Contrabass: Ehud Ettun, Avri Borochov
Oud: Amos Hoffman
Drums: Matan Assayag, Haim Peskoff
Percussion: Erez Mounk, Gabriel Aizenman
Trumpet: Arad Yeini
Flutes & Saxophones: Uriel Weinberger
Horns: Gal Raviv
Cello: Leat Sabbah

Piano & Music Production: Uriel Herman.
Recorded in “Luna Studios”, “Pluto Studio” and “סך הקול סטודיו, by Guy Lebiush and Roy Nadel
Mix by Liron Sheffer.
Mastering in “TanTan studio” by Aran Lavi.
Design: Tom Hendler
Released April 17, 2014

“I will join Herman in another journey of ‘Awakening’. I have no doubt about that! Those are the places I wish to get to over and over.”

Yossi Harsonski

Top 5 “Israeli Jazz” albums: “In the album “Awake”, Herman’s takes the listener on a journey between hypnotic instrumental pieces and compositions to poems in his unique way… ”

Raz Israeli (nrg)

“Herman has given new meaning to one of the greatest anthems in the history of rock. He takes it to new places musically, and wordlessly he adds value to his jazz as being the prerogative of all young people regardless of their musical preferences.”

Zeev Tenne (Fishtank Magazin)