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The band Tislam celebrated 40 years of its debut album in a special show at Amphi Park in Rishon Lezion, and mentioned that music has no meaning for age with a brilliant performance for all the classics. But everything dwarfed the moment when Shalom Hanoch and Danny Sanderson (together!) Took the stage and formed a deadly supergroup



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It was a perfect performance, and then came the incredible encore

The band Tislam celebrated 40 years of its debut album in a special show at Amphi Park in Rishon Lezion, and mentioned that music has no meaning for age with a brilliant performance for all the classics.

But everything dwarfed the moment when Shalom Hanoch and Danny Sanderson (together!) Took the stage and formed a deadly supergroup

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Friday, 24 September 2021, 09:21 Updated: 11:15

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This is neither the age nor the exercise.

Will be filmed live (Photo: Daniel Aharoni)

A few years ago during a vacation in Las Vegas, I found myself in a surprise at a half-improvised street show by rock band Motley Crue, as part of a photo shoot for some commercial company. America, you know. They performed a total of two songs - "Home Sweet Home" and "Smokin 'in the Boys Room", the successful cover of the only hit of the Brownsville Station Wagon. They sounded exactly as they were expected to sound, and looked less good than they thought they looked. It was amazing and pathetic at the same time. This sometimes happens to aging rock bands. I was reminded of this impromptu performance at the opening of the sweet and impressive performance of the band "Tislam" at Amphi Park in Rishon Lezion last night. The show opened with "Smoking Together", the Hebrew version of the same American staple, and mentioned that it's neither age nor exercise - it's the music.



The show celebrated the 40th anniversary of the release of "Strong Radio", the band's debut album, as part of the Rishon Lezion Music Festival.

It's a cliché of such events, but 40 years later, it's really sounding better than ever.

Do not let the hair that has disappeared and the belly that grew grow to deceive you, everything that worked musically in the eighties works even today, and even better.

In fact, there is one word that defines exactly the Tislam of 2021 - Tight.

The Hebrew translation of the word "tightened" does no favors with the performance of the veteran band.

The decades that have passed since the big break, when Yair Nitzani and Yizhar Ashdot recorded under the pseudonym Yossi Yossi, have made the band members better musicians.

The long breaks, the separations, the unions and everything in between made them a better band.

Musical elimination unit.

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Close a circle.

Shalom Hanoch is hosted by Tislam (Photo: Daniel Aharoni)

Each of the band members has had an independent career, some have even had great success, but there is something in the band's driving force, probably after so much time together, that makes this collaboration so magical. Unbeknownst to us, the band's last "union" has been going on for almost twenty years. And yet, every time they go on stage it feels like a special occasion. The set includes stunning video art, fresh and groovy arrangements, the sound is improved in relation to the place and in general - only the songs remain the same songs.



A total of two official studio albums the band has released, which is enough. They hardly write new songs, and certainly do not record together as a band (the exception is "What a Crazy World" that came out during the Corona period) simply because with age also comes the realization that none of the fans who continue to crowd the band's performances are looking for a new Tislam song. "Face of the Country," the band's latest hit, has already celebrated 30,And it still feels like a new song that the band wrote just for the situation in the country. all. time. re.



The audience comes for those hits.

For "strong radio", for "anemones", for "you have me".

To the credit of the band members, they are not content with just frolicking on the strings of nostalgia, but emptying the entire tank every evening anew.

Young musicians still have something to learn from these guys when it comes to passion for music.

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The seventh friend of Tislam.

Danny Sanderson is hosted (Photo: Daniel Aharoni)

A decade ago, when they celebrated 30 years of "Strong Radio", Tislam members held a festive show at the Tel Aviv Hall of Culture and hosted Muki, Maor Cohen and Danny Sanderson. Ariel Zilber was originally scheduled to be a guest on the show as well, but following his extreme remarks, the band decided to cancel his participation in the show on the grounds that Zilber's statements "do not fit the spirit of the band". Ten years later, Tislam closed the circle when they hosted Sanderson again, along with Shalom Hanoch, Zilber's co-creator in the band "Tammuz", and perhaps his absolute personal antithesis.



Sanderson, who was introduced by Yair Nitzani as the seventh member of "Tislam", performed with the band the "Lost Evening" and "A Thousand Firefighters" of the aunt band, in addition to a joint performance of "Stop Directing Me" (which he also performed with the band on the anniversary -30). Shalom Hanoch joined the band members in "Seeing It Today", and also performed the current "Against the Spirit" and the always-on "Messiah".

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Unstoppable musical brutality.

Will be filmed live (Photo: Daniel Aharoni)

But the guests' highlights were kept to the encore, so Sanderson and Hanoch returned to the stage - and this time together. For a moment it looks like a union of a huge "Super Group" band from the eighties. The perfect riff that opens "Yu Ya" started playing on stage (arranged by Beehive, rather than the terrible cover of Tislam) and there was not a single person among the thousands of spectators who did not start dancing to the music. Sanderson set the tone as the first among equals, with Danny Bassan, Yizhar Ashdot and Shalom Fucking Hanoch joining in singing the disturbed houses and solos of one of the most ingenious rock songs written here.



The double climax continued with "The End of the Orange Season" written by Meir Ariel for the band Tammuz. Although Ariel Zilber was not there (and the truth is, it's a bit of a shame), Moshe Levy joined Yair Nitzani on the keyboards, and the guitar company of Hanoch-Sanderson-Ashdot-Sadeh conquered the battlefield with unstoppable musical brutality. The combination of Shalom Hanoch and Danny Sanderson on one stage, even just for two songs,Justify the ticket price for the show alone.

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There was not a man who did not dance.

Will be filmed live (Photo: Daniel Aharoni)

The show included almost all of the band's big hits ("Blooming Rocks" stood out in its absence, and Dynamo Masha fans must have been disappointed as well), but was surprisingly signed with "Brides of Sound and Picture" from Bassan's solo career. To add insult to injury, the great rock ballad was performed jointly by Bassan and Ashdot (who composed the song) while the rest of the band stood aside without instruments and gave them the front of the stage.



It was a bit of a weird decision, probably for the last song in the set, to leave the stage for Bassan and Ashdot in an evening that mentioned how much talent Yoshi Sadeh has behind his chess mats, how much rhythm (and sex appeal) there is in the fingers of a philosopher nectar and what a crazy musical enigma Sami Abzardel is. runs out. And anyway, except for petty complaints about the order of the songs, Tislam sent her fans home with a sense of hi that is not based on nostalgia, but thanks to a perfect show. You can no longer wait for the band's jubilee celebrations in 2031. Who knows, maybe they will sound even better then.

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