MP3: Lionel Ziblat, Songs from the Drawer

10.10.2012

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Lionel Ziblat, Songs from the Drawer MP3

Born in Argentina, raised in Israel, Lionel Ziblat now lives in The Netherlands. His eclectic tastes and versatile compositions are befitting of such a heterogeneous background. This background is also strongly musical. Ziblat’s father was an Argentine rocker; his mother, a classically-trained pianist. Both genres are found on his album, Songs from the Drawer. There is a striking difference between the subdue... Source: skopemag.com

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