Frank London, a major voice in today's Jewish music renaissance, who has worked with the likes of LLCool J, LaMonte Young, Jane Siberry and Gal Costa, is a trumpetist, composer, arranger and musical scholar of startling range and creativity.
The Debt will be an unexpected listen for anyone familiar with trumpeter Frank London's klezmer-oriented recordings. The opening and closing cuts are slick pseudo-funk featuring muted trumpet on reverb (along the lines of Tim Hagans' Animation-Imagination). There are a few a cappella pieces that range from classical choral to Bobby McFerrin style. There are also compositions of bowed strings 6/