Evolution of Media -
When Raquy Danziger, who plays the Iranian Kamanche, a rare and exotic bowed instrument and the Dumbek an Arabic hand drum teams up with rock musician Liron Peled what you get is an
explosive dose of Middle Eastern-Rock-Fusion.
Raquy's second release Jordan is a testament to great music merging together to create
oneness. Raquy and The Cavemen will electrify you with their hard hitting rhythms, and progessive drum playing. It's great belly-dancing music. There is not per say any singles on Jordan it's definitely a record that is to be experienced in it's full content.
Backed by Arab and Israeli musician Jordan doesn't only display fun and innovative songs, but uncovers that Raquy and The Cavemen are superior live performance artist.
All thoughout Jordan you feel like you are listening to a spectacular live
Overall, I view Raquy and The Cavemen's Jordan as a sure crowd pleaser, Jordan will captivate you just playing in the background at a social gathering, bring peace to your soul while listening on a Sunday afternoon. The best of course, is the opportunity to experience them live, that's truly the only way you'll be able to see and feel the electricity
that exudes Raquy and The Cavemen.