DNK Discography

 

Traktorist
(2008, Oriente Musik RIEN CD 69)



Ari Davidow writes "What a treat!", calling it "the gift" for Chanukah.  (full review in the Klezmer Shack

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A Mazeldiker Yid
(2001, Oriente Musik RIEN CD 37)



Seth Rogovoy (author of "The Essential Klezmer") calls this CD "wonderful... an album to listen to from beginning to end for the sheer joy and vitality of the music.... This is village-style klezmer, foot-stomping, percussive, and earthy, played with gusto and brio."

Ari Davidow named this CD to the Top 10 list for 2001, writing: "It is hard to imagine anyone else playing such a diversity of music, not only authentically, but with such heart and skill.... This is a band that makes klezmer sexier than blues or jazz." (full review in the Klezmer Shack).

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Di Naye Kapelye
(1998, Oriente Musik RIEN CD 17)



Lev Liberman called it 'the mother of all klezmer albums' in the Jewish Review (he said it, not us). And Ari Davidow says: "This isn't klezmer "revival." This is the real thing--or close enough as suffices to open the mind and move the feet today." (album review in the Klezmer Shack).

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Aleph
(1995, self-produced)



Voted one of the Klezmer Shack's top ten klezmer releases of 1996, Ari Davidow calls it "a 'must have' recording".
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This cassette is more or less out of print, but there are still a few copies lying around. If you would like one,
e-mail Bob Cohen to negotiate.


Sol Sajn: Jiddische Musik in Deutschland und ihre Einflüsse (Teil 3)
(2009, Bücher Gilde 264531)

New German compilation, including DNK's "Az Nisht Kayn Emine", featuring guest vocalists Michael Alpert and Aron Cohen.

(Teil 2, CD 6 includes DNK's "Shloimke's Russian Dance".)

Rough Guide to Klezmer Revival
(2008, World Music Network RGNET1203)

A new compilation, including DNK's "Schwartz's Sirba/A Briv fun Yisroel", featuring guests Michael Alpert (vocals/violin) and Josh Dolgin (accordion).

Vettetem Gyongyot/ I Sowed Pearls: Hungarian World Music
(2007, Etnofon ERCD094)

A four-CD set chronicling the modern history of Hungarian folk, gypsy and jazz music, compiled by Ferenc Kiss.  Includes DNK "Ani Maamin" (CD3, track 5).

The Hidden Gate
(2003, Rounder ROUN5083)

Rounder's new compilation of Jewish music from around the world features the rollicking "Drey Dreydele" from our CD "A Mazeldiker Yid".

Celebrate Yiddish
(2004, Craig 'n Co.)

A celebration of Yiddish song, featuring DNK "Drey Dreydele" (track 9) along with selections from the Klezmatics, Brave Old World, Theodore Bikel, and others.

Rough Guide to Klezmer
(2000, World Music Network RGNET1047CD)

A wide-ranging compilation that presents archival tracks alongside contemporary versions of the same tunes. Includes DNK "Hangu and Freylachs from Podoloy" (track 15), which called "so searingly intense it makes The Sex Pistols sound like Johnny Mathis."

Klezmer Music: A Marriage of Heaven and Earth
(1996, Ellipsis Arts CD4090)

An excellent compilation of music from the Klezmer revival produced by Michal Shapiro. Includes DNK "Hongu & Freylachs from Podoloy" (track 3).


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