Spalax doesn’t seem to have a web site so this was gleaned from the Forced Exposure list.
RABBATH, FRANCOIS: New Sound of Jazz and first LP CD (SPA 14607). “This CD includes two former LPs, one produced by Moshe Naïm and the second one released in 1964 in the USA under the name New Sound of Jazz. But the latter LP was also known later as Bass-Ball. All tracks have been carefully remastered and the CD includes an 8 pages booklet. François Rabbath from Lebanese origin is one the virtuosos of the ‘contrebasse’. Mixing jazz as well as classical and folk music, he produces an ethereal, cosmic and beautiful atmosphere.”
SEFFER, YOCHK’O: Adama & Bonus Tracks CD (SPA 14611). “After years of chaotic catalogue policy, legendary and nutty French producer Moshé Naïm turned to Spalax music to have his amazing ‘Emen’ catalogue reissued. This CD includes the former LP Adama and about half of another LP known as Ima. It is the first part of a whole work entitled ‘Neffesh Music’. Both LPs date back to 1976. All tracks have been carefully remastered and the CD includes an 8 pages booklet. Yochk’o (sometimes spelled Yoschko) Seffer is a saxophonist and clarinettist of Hungarian origin. He became well-known at the beginning of his career as a member of Magma and Zao.”
KESSLER, SIEGFRIED: Man and Animals CD (SPA 14613). “Siegfried Kessler played with numerous artists and namely Yochk’o Seffer. Considered as one of the most brilliant pianists of his time, he recorded several albums. Man & Animals is one of his earliest and freshest recordings.”