Preview • Dance 365 Vol. 2 • Akiva Gelb | #2 365

General, Music, New Releases — By on February 27, 2019 12:43 pm

When singer Akiva Gelb released Dance 365 three years ago, even HE couldn’t fathom how much of an impact it would have on the world of Jewish music. Since then Akiva has released Relax 365 and countless videos on YouTube. His name is known throughout the world as one of the top wedding vocalists, so it should be no wonder that he is now releasing the follow up album Dance 365 Volume 2.

This time Akiva worked with the talented arranger Yidel Breuer to bring a truly unique sound to this pumping dance collection. Featuring 25 tracks of the biggest hits from this past year including; Eliyahu Hanavi from Sruly Lipschitz, Bitchu from Shmueli Ungar and Sababa, Adama from Matt Dubb, Aish from Shwekey, Sinai from Ahrele Samet and Peduscho from Baruch Levine. The album also features many classics like; Sruly Williger’s Hu Klal, Lipa’s Tizke L’mitzvos, Dedi’s Lecha Etein and Meydad Tasa’s Hazman Kotzer.

If that isn’t enough for you, Dance 365 Volume 2 also features a phenomenal album choir by Yossi Glick and the talented boys of the Shir V’shevach Boys Choir conducted by Chaim Meir Fligman. To top it all off, the album was mixed and mastered by Gershy Schwarcz, the best in the business to ensure the best sound out there,.

Dance 365 Volume 2 will be available next week and distributed by Nigun Music. With 2 Adars this year, it’s time to start dancing… 365!

Buy The Album:https://www.nigunmusic.com/dance-365-volume-2.html?code=b3d830

Credits
Music Arrangements: Yidel Breuer & Avrumy Lunger
Adult Choir: Shevach Studios
• Conducted By: Yossi Glick
Kids Choir: Shir V’shevach Boys Choir
• Conducted By: Chaim Meir Fligman
Sound Design & Post Production: Gershy Schwarcz @ Edgware Studios
Vocals Recorded At: Shevach Studios & Edgware Studios
Kids Choir Recorded At: Shir V’shevach  Studio
Backup Vocals: Chaim Meir Fligman (3rd Set) & Gershy Schwarcz
Brass Recorded At: Yisroel Orbach – Israel
Guitars: Nachman Dreyer
Graphics By: Yossi Zweig
Marketing By: MusicOnTime

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