In reviewing Translator's Note, international critics have referred to Oded as "One of the jazz world's premier storytellers" (Dan Mcclenaghan, All About Jazz), "One of the great musical thinkers of our time" (Wolf Kampmann) and "One of the most exciting musicians to come along in a long time" (Jeff Simon, Buffalo News). The quartet was called "The Coltrane Quartet of the 21st Century" (CD Journal, Japan) and the album named "One of the best albums of the year, to date" (Karl Ackermann, All About Jazz). Read more reviews on the album page.
After being released in Japan and South Africa earlier this year, Translator's Note, Oded's second album on Enja Records, is now available worldwide. Find the album on iTunes or Amazon.
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