Ari Goldwag English Album Review Ari Goldwag English Album Review

Ari Goldwag English Album Review

Every rookie in the JM Business should know by now about Ari Goldwag’s prominent part in Miami Boys Choir history. (Sorry, have to mention that- Fan’s right :)) That being said, I must confess that as a child/teen growing up (and still doing that :) on Miami, I preferred the sweeter voices of Yitzy Spinner [&hellip

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One Week Later: V’Havienu 4- Dani Kunstler, Yitzchok Yenowitz, Aryeh Kunstler One Week Later: V’Havienu 4- Dani Kunstler, Yitzchok Yenowitz, Aryeh Kunstler

One Week Later: V’Havienu 4- Dani Kunstler, Yitzchok Yenowitz, Aryeh Kunstler

V’Havienu 4 was a cd I was looking forward to reviewing for a while. The first V’Havienu was a great listen and I expected this one as well to be. Granted, I hadn’t kept track of this group for their past 2 CDs, but in the first album the group consisted of Dani, Yitzchok and [&hellip

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New CD from Mendy Jerufi Coming – Hayom! New CD from Mendy Jerufi Coming – Hayom!

New CD from Mendy Jerufi Coming – Hayom!

Here’s a preview of Mendi Jerufi’s new album “Ahyom”, with music arranged by Moshe Laufer, Ruby Banet, Ami Ccohen, Moshe Roth. Songs composed by Mendi Jerufi, Moshe Laufer, Rabbi Akiva Homnick, Ruby Banet and more

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One Week Later: Barcheini- Yehuda Green One Week Later: Barcheini- Yehuda Green

One Week Later: Barcheini- Yehuda Green

New jewish music is usually overhyped and very exciting when it is first released, and the first time you listen to a new song, it sounds nothing short of amazing, but then slowly after a few days, you end up putting it in the back end of your hits playlist. This is why I do [&hellip

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Ari Goldwag English Album Review

Ari Goldwag English Album Review

Every rookie in the JM Business should know by now about Ari Goldwag’s prominent part in Miami Boys Choir history. (Sorry, have to mention that- Fan’s right :)) That being said, I must confess that as a child/teen growing up (and still doing that :) on Miami, I preferred the sweeter voices of Yitzy Spinner [&hellip

One Week Later: V’Havienu 4- Dani Kunstler, Yitzchok Yenowitz, Aryeh Kunstler

One Week Later: V’Havienu 4- Dani Kunstler, Yitzchok Yenowitz, Aryeh Kunstler

V’Havienu 4 was a cd I was looking forward to reviewing for a while. The first V’Havienu was a great listen and I expected this one as well to be. Granted, I hadn’t kept track of this group for their past 2 CDs, but in the first album the group consisted of Dani, Yitzchok and [&hellip

New CD from Mendy Jerufi Coming – Hayom!

New CD from Mendy Jerufi Coming – Hayom!

Here’s a preview of Mendi Jerufi’s new album “Ahyom”, with music arranged by Moshe Laufer, Ruby Banet, Ami Ccohen, Moshe Roth. Songs composed by Mendi Jerufi, Moshe Laufer, Rabbi Akiva Homnick, Ruby Banet and more

One Week Later: Barcheini- Yehuda Green

One Week Later: Barcheini- Yehuda Green

New jewish music is usually overhyped and very exciting when it is first released, and the first time you listen to a new song, it sounds nothing short of amazing, but then slowly after a few days, you end up putting it in the back end of your hits playlist. This is why I do [&hellip

ELI MARCUS TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM

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Hislahavus’ Review of Zion80’s Adramelech

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Zion80 blasted onto the New York scene with their tantalizing self-titled Carlebach tribute. I reviewed that wild album here. And having waited way too long, I’ve finally gotten to a working computer to express this simple point: Music lovers and audiophiles beware – An album of magic addictiveness is available for your hypnotic pleasure. Jon [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of Moshe Laufer with Chabad 3

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Review: Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz – Shir

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One Week Later: Benny Friedman – Kol Haneshama Sheli

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All new jewish music is overhyped and promoted heavily in its beginning, and the first time it usually sounds nothing short of amazing, but then slowly after a bunch more listens, you end up putting it in the back end of your hits playlist. This is why I do my reviews one week later, we [&hellip

יוני אליאב ושמחה פרידמן: מחרוזת השלוחים | Yoni Eliav & Simche Friedman: Shluchim Medley

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New jewish music is usually overhyped and very exciting when it is first released, and the first time you listen to a new song, it sounds nothing short of amazing, but then slowly after a few days, you end up putting it in the back end of your hits playlist. This is why I do [&hellip

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