Meydad Tasa – Basmachot Shelcha

General, News — By on May 25, 2009 12:38 pm

Meydad Tasa - Bisimchas Sheloch

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For those of you who haven’t heard of Meydad Tasa, he’s a child solo artist from Israel. Tasa had previously released two albums before this one. Against the Flame & Al Naharot Bavel. While we’re accustomed to hearing Tasa sing with a conventional sephardic song selection, on this album, Basmachot Shelcha, he sings 27 chassidic style, wedding songs, with perfect Ashkenazic pronunciation.

His producer, Aviad Gil, characterized this album as a “mainstream album”.

CREDITS: On the drums: Asher Pedi, Bass: Aryeh Berkowitz, Guitars: Avi Singolda, Saxophone: Dor Asraf, Trombone: Vitali, Percussions: Golan Kolesh, Violins: Grisha & Symphony. The recordings were recorded and edited in the Gal Kol studio with the mixing done by Gili Telman.

BIG NEWS!! : Tasa is preparing another album in his classic sephardic style. It’s to be called “Ben Shel Melech” and will hit the store shelves soon, G-d willing.

This album currently, can be bought online at GalPaz or in any GalPaz store.

(via Shlager)

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  1. Beautiful, soaring voice. His voice “aged” a little in this voice, for a better, richer sound. The arrangements do need a little more work, though.

    You can here the differences in his vouce as he grows by watching some videos on youtube or here.

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