Articles By: JM Derech
Author of the Jewish Music Derech. jmderech.blogspot.com Main focus : Reviews
A.K.A. Pella is back and yes, they are better than ever. They definitely took their game up a notch with this new addition to their collection, “Platinum.” What they did, was take the best songs that have been released within the last couple of years (for the most part) and re-record them to perfection with
DOWNLOAD ALL THE FREE TRACKS HERE For all you die-hard music lovers, I personally understand the frustration that must be going through your head during this time of year. S’fira is here, leaving you nothing to hear! Now you run to the store or search google for the latest Acapella albums, which are the only
Note: The audio has extra comments and is not verbatim from the written review [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Okay, I’m totally neglecting my work for this review so I hope you appreciate the time I put into this :). An important note: Listen to the audio review to hear audio from the
(Scroll to bottom for audio links) Eli Gerstner. You may know him from his albums, such as V’ieshei Yisrael, Yosis, Hiney or even Tek-Noy. Perhaps you know him from his EG Productions logo on the top of one your beloved cd’s such as, Menucha, The Chevra, Yeshiva Boys Choir, Dovid Stein or the Yosis Orchestra.
Jewish Indie rock singer, Moshe Hecht & his band will perform live at the Jewish Music Cafe. Saturday, march 6th, 2010. Show will start at 8:30 PM, cost is $
Here’s some great footage of Yisroel Werdyger taken by Hersh Rosner Photography. He sings Kuritz & Horachaman. Sit back enjoy the crisp picture and sound!
I was a little hesitant about doing this report because it meant traveling through Brooklyn. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Brooklyn (seriously?), it’s full of a new beast called “the Brooklyn driver”. They’re fast, unpredictable and downright scary (no offense to Brooklyn drivers :P). Regardless, when I heard that Avraham Solomon, the
Updated in red below My sources are telling me many albums are in the works. After winning the 2008 Oorah auditions, Yisroel Werdyger’s second album is in the making. Teem Productions, headed by Yossi Tyberg and Gershy Moskowitz, who propelled Yisroel to stardom with Bayis Ne’eman Beyisroel, will be producing this project as well, with
Motzei shabbos and time to for another review. Ari Baumann & Singers were to be singing at a Bat Mitzvah in Long Beach. I was driving from Monsey, where I had stayed for shabbos and was excited to hear Ari play. Baumann has been in the business for 20 some years now and is an
Congratulations to Ray G. & Yochanan G. The winners of the Shauli CD giveaway contest! Stay tuned to the JewishMusicReport for more exciting contests!
For those of you haven’t yet heard of Shauli, he’s making a big splash on the JM scene with his beautiful and serene songs. The arrangements, put together by Shauli himself, take you in to another realm of relaxation. Perfect for those moments when you need to relax or calm down, Shauli’s music can be
Best Album: Avodas Tzedaka - Shloime Kaufman. For me, Shloime had the best mix of singers on his album. I get tired of hearing the same voice after a while, which is why I’m partial to groups over solo artists. He had Baruch Levine, Abie, A.K.A. Pella & Pruz. I can’t get enough of Kol
Despite his very hectic schedule, Baruch Levine took a few minutes to spend some time discussing his latest release, Touched by a Niggun, with our very own JM Derech. JMDerech: My favorite song was “The Piano”, the meaning of the song had the deepest impact on me, which song stirred up the most emotions within