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|1.||""Will I Die, Miss? Will I Die?"" (10:09)|
|2.||"Theme For Jimmy Greene" (5:15)|
|3.||"340 Down" (3:48)|
|1.||"Shoot Me In The Leg" (12:03)|
|2.||"50 Years & Counting" (6:56)|
Avishai Cohen's last album, 2016's Into The Silence, was an emotional affair, with the Israeli jazz trumpeter delivering a poignant set seemingly inspired by personal tragedy. Cross My Palm With Silver wrestles with different inspirations, namely the ongoing violence in the Middle East. Cohen is joined by regular collaborators Yonathan Avishai (piano), Barak Mori (double bass) and Nasheet Waits (drums) for a set that puts his heartbreaking trumpet solos at the heart of the action. Highlights come thick and fast throughout. They include mournful opener "Will I Die, Miss? Will I Die", the abstract and involving "Shoot Me in the Leg" and the thrillingly upbeat closer "50 Years and Counting".
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