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The Tide Has Changed
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The Tide Has Changed is the sixth album of the Orient House Ensemble, led by the Israeli altoist Gilad Atzmon, formed a decade ago and named in honour of the headquarters of the Palestinian people in Jerusalem. Ten years ago I realised that beauty is the way forward", Atzmon writes in his sleeve notes. Gilad Atzmon and the Orient House Ensemble with the Sigamos String Quartet. The Edge Arts Centre, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, 23/10/2010. This concert was the first in the newly constructed building at the thriving Edge Arts Centre in Much Wenlock.

Funny, eerie, romantic and intriguing by turns, this is a work of tremendous warmth and strength. The album gets under way in more "traditional" Orient House Ensemble style with "The Tide Has Changed. Harrison strums the piano strings as Atzmon builds up a tense, melancholy atmosphere on alto sax. Then, suddenly, Atzmon shifts the mood with an upbeat staccato riff to signal the entrance of Stavi and Hick.

The Tide Has Changed. And So Have We. Gilad Atzmon. Gilad Atzmon, Gilad Atzmon & the Orient House Ensemble, The Orient House Ensemble. 4. Bolero At Sunrise. 7. In The Back Seat of A Yellow Cab. Gilad Atzmon

Recorded at Eastcote Studios, London, 24-26 February 2010.

Shop The Tide Has Changed. Format: CD, Album Label: World Village Bestell-Nr. Catalog WV 450015 VÖ/Released: 2010 Land/Country: EU Interpret/Artist: Gilad Atzmon & The Orient House Ensemble Titel/Title: The Tide Has Changed EAN/UPC: 794881979523. Gilad’s Blockhead colleague Derek Hussey introduces the band against raucous cabaret antics in Dry Fear, which leads into a moody and mesmerising title-track.

Israeli Jewish t Gilad Atzmon and The Orient House Ensemble wake the senses with the album The Tide Has Changed. On the opening track I expected Liza Minnelli to appear working up a rendition of Cabaret. But this cabaret feel is short lived as the band launches into the saxophone-lead titular track. And Atzmon’s saxophone, like so many saxophones these days, raises John Coltrane’s spirit from the dead. This shouldn’t surprise anyone since Coltrane delved into the Far East exotic even performing Arabic modes on his horn and the UK-based OHE marries Middle Eastern music with.

Album · 2010 · 9 Songs. 5:42. 8. All the Way To Montenegro. Released: 4 Oct 2010. More By Gilad Atzmon. The Way to Peace (feat. Gilad Atzmon, Eugene Moye, Gary Ciuci, Cameron Brown & Anthony Pinciotti).

The Tide Has Changed - Eddie Hick, Frank Harrison, Gilad Atzmon, The Orient House Ensemble, Yaron Stavi.


1 Dry Fear 2:12
2 The Tide Has Changed 11:10
3 And So Have We 5:07
4 Bolero At Sunrise 8:49
5 London To Gaza 9:45
6 We Lament 5:56
7 In The Back Seat Of A Yellow Cab 5:42
8 All The Way To Montenegro 4:58
9 We Laugh 1:41

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gilad Atzmon
  • Copyright (c) – Gilad Atzmon
  • Licensed To – World Village
  • Distributed By – Harmonia Mundi
  • Made By – Sony DADC
  • Recorded At – Eastcote Studios
  • Mastered At – The Blue Studio


  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Accordion, Vocals – Gilad Atzmon
  • Composed By – Gilad Atzmon (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9), Maurice Ravel (tracks: 4)
  • Double Bass, Vocals – Yaron Stavi
  • Drums, Vocals – Eddie Hick
  • Featuring [Master Of Ceremonies] – Derek "The Draw" Hussey* (tracks: 1)
  • Mastered By – Andrew Tulloch
  • Mixed By – Philip Bagenal
  • Photography By – Tali Atzmon
  • Piano, Electric Piano, Xylophone, Vocals – Frank Harrison
  • Recorded By – Philip Bagenal, Samuel Navel
  • Vocals – Tali Atzmon (tracks: 1 to 3, 8, 9)


℗&© Gilad Atzmon under exclusive licence to World Village

Recorded at Eastcote Studios, London, 24-26 February 2010.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 94881 97952 3
  • Matrix / Runout: A0101642238-0101 11 A01