Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Chanukah Song - Miami Boys Choir

Posted only for 4:13 to 4:20.

By the Waters of Bavel - The Yitzchak Halevi Band

Another reason for posting this is because "Bitzeis Yisroel" on Tzlil V'Zemer vol. 5 is a cover of "By the rivers of Babylon" and I was reminded of this today.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

It's Rainin' In the Holy Land - Yitzkach Halevi Band

Real passion. I'm tempted to upload the entire CD at once but I'm shellfish. Enjoy!

Happy Elul, friends! Make it the best day of the best week of the best month this year until Next Year, in Jerusalem, and let's go get some sleep.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Nature - Hashem's Work

And Isn't It Irene-ic?

Our music network is offline. Blame it on Irene. No kidding.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Galei - Avraham Fried

From "The Decade Collection."

I don't know what that is. Or where this song comes from. Or why. But it is cute and you've never heard it before. Enjoy!

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Ach L'Elokim - Simcha Kanter

Just ignore the vocals if you can, or skip to 1:43.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Shehashalom – Avraham Fried – The Time Is Now

Haracham, Hu yivorech es Amo bashalom!

Oldie, Screechie, Goodie. Yippee!

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Shalom Aleichem - Yitzchak Halevi Band

Shabbos, holy persons, is drawing near. And we're drawing near to her too.

Shalom Aleichem! If you finish this one nicely, I'll serve you another classic YHB! Enjoy.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tsama Nafshi - Yitzchak Isaac Bitton

Put on a pair of Bose Headphone, put the volume at 75% or so, and be transported to a world of great music!

Friday, August 12, 2011

Modeh Ani (x2) - Avraham Fried - Chazak

This morning, speaking of throwback music and thinking of thanksgiving, I remembered Chazak: c. 1999, Tzfas, Israel.

Arguably the best-sold Jewish pop recording, it is unarguably a well-arranged, well-produced CD with TWO songs of thanksgiving. The first and fast Modeh Ani is one of the most fun inter-harmonized songs, as demonstrated at the Ohel 5758 concert with a 12-tiled screen of inter-harmonation. The second is beautiful.

Fast and Fun

Slowly Moving

Thank You, and thank you, and thank you all.


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Ve'az Yihyu - Green / Chaim Yisroel

After a full week of this song stuck in my head, I present: