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Gilad Hekselman - Splitlife album

Gilad Hekselman - Splitlife album
Performer: Gilad Hekselman
Title: Splitlife
Released: 2006
Style: Post Bop
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 363
MP3 size: 1647 mb
FLAC size: 1689 mb


1 Purim 6:25
2 Hello Who Is It ? 4:38
3 My Ideal 7:14
4 I Fall In Love Too Easily 3:00
5 Suite For Sweets 8:44
6 When Will The Blues Leave ? 5:51
7 The Summer Of Laughs And Tears 6:17
8 Breathless 2:22
9 I Should Care 7:03
10 My Second Childhood 7:05

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Smalls Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Fat Cat, New York City


  • Art Direction – Skip Bolen
  • Bass – Joe Martin
  • Drums – Ari Hoenig
  • Engineer – Paul Cox
  • Guitar, Liner Notes – Gilad Hekselman
  • Producer, Engineer, Photography By, Mixed By, Mastered By, Art Direction, Liner Notes – Luke Kaven


Recorded live at Fat Cat in New York City on March 13 & 14, 2006.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 823511001522
  • Barcode (Text): 8 23511 00152 2

The debut recording by guitarist Gilad Hekselman has the youth displaying a mature sound, the ability to think fast, and an inventive use of space. While he names his main influences as pianists Bill Evans and Ahmad Jamal, one thinks of Jim Hall when hearing Hekselman solo in the sparse guitar-bass-drums setting.

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Gilad Hekselman (born 3 February 1983) is an Israeli-born jazz guitarist. Since his arrival to New York in 2004, Hekselman has been earning a reputation as one of the most promising guitarists in New York.

Gilad Hekselman: SplitLife by Laurel Gross, published on November 6, 2007. Not that long out of school, guitarist Gilad Hekselman has already begun to create a body of work possessing a distinctive lyricism and easily embraceable artfulness that seems to reach beyond his years. Born in 1983 and transplanted to the US from Israel, Hekselman's highly effective debut album-aptly named Splitlife-strides dual worlds, Middle East and West, old world and new, but it's his own personality as both assured player and composer that gives this recording its very personable voice

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Gilad Hekselman is quickly becoming one of the most influential jazz guitarists on the scene. This video is taking a look at some phrases from his solo on the F Blues When Will The Blues Leave off his debut album Split life. The phrases show cases Gilad Hekselmans command of the instrument, his incredible ideas with rhythms and also some awesome reharmonizations of the 12 bar blues that can help you develop solos over more choruses. The video goes over a few different ways to interpret the chords but also discusses how Gilad has a very effective way of playing over these other changes

Gilad Hekselman has been developing a reputation as one of the most promising guitarists in New York since his arrival in 2004. That same year Gilad released his debut album SplitLife (Smalls Records) recorded with bassist Joe Martin and drummer Ari Hoenig.

Gilad Hekselman (Hebrew: גלעד הקסלמן‎; born 1983) is an Israeli-born jazz guitarist. He has performed with many renowned artists including Anat Cohen, Mark Turner, Dayna Stephens, Aaron Parks, Jeff Ballard, John Scofield, Ari Hoenig, and Chris Potter. Hekselman moved to New York City in 2004 to at. ore . Year: 2006.

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