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Benny Friedman and Yitzy Spinner Working on Choir.

Benny Friedman and Yitzy Spinner Working on Choir.

This is a short video of Benny and Yitzy working on choirs for Benny Friedman’s upcoming debut album

Meydad Tasa – Basmachot Shelcha

Meydad Tasa – Basmachot Shelcha

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] 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 [&hellip

Shloime Taussig at Mostly Music

Shloime Taussig at Mostly Music

Shloime Taussig’s debut album, from TeeM productions (Gershy Moskowitz and Yossi Tyberg) is now in stores.  Make sure to buy the CD here! You can go here to hear the interview with Mendel and click here to watch the video preview. Here is the album description. Shloime Taussig’s new CD titled “Modim Anachnu” is sure [&hellip

Shalsheles: Is The Chain About To Break?

Shalsheles:  Is The Chain About To Break?

They took the music world by storm with their debut album in 1999 and we’ve been in love with them ever since. Their unique style and trademark harmonies have made them a household name. But with Simcha Sussman’s upcoming move to Eretz Yisroel, is Shalsheles a thing of the past? And it’s not just the [&hellip

PLOT UNDERWAY TO PREVENT SHAVUOS

PLOT UNDERWAY TO PREVENT SHAVUOS

May 19, 2009 Shpittsburgh, PA- Rumors are circulating that the Shavuos holiday might be in jeopardy this year on account of a fiendish scheme being hatched by Uncle Evil, the diabolical leader of Aveiros International, the worldwide organization dedicated to preventing Jews from fulfilling their role as G-d’s chosen people. Tov Me’od, has enlisted its [&hellip

New Album: Dance all Night with the Shloime Dachs

New Album: Dance all Night with the Shloime Dachs

For the past 2 decades, Shloime Dachs has dazzled audiences all over the world with his magical voice & warm personality. In addition to his 5 solo albums, he has sung at hundreds of weddings over the last 20 years. Shloime started his own band several years ago & has become one of the busiest orchestras [&hellip

JMR’s Mendel the Sheichet Interviews Shloime Taussig

JMR’s Mendel the Sheichet Interviews Shloime Taussig

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Shloime Taussig’s new CD titled “Modim Anachnu” is scheduled to be out for Shavuous. Modim Anachnu, the title track, is sure to be an instant classic. The album, produced by Gershy Moskowitz and Yossi Tyberg will have 12 songs, and feature the professionalism & passion you’ve come to [&hellip

Yerachmiel Ziegler: “Bli Etzev” Single

Yerachmiel Ziegler: “Bli Etzev” Single

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] These days Yerachmiel ‘Rocky’ Ziegler barely finds time to sing his own songs, now that he is joining Matisyahu’s world tour as second vocalist, starting in Japan and spreading out all over the world. Whilst awaiting the release of his new album “Raza Deshabbat”, Rocky introduces another song [&hellip

JMR PODCAST #1 NOW ONLINE!

JMR PODCAST #1 NOW ONLINE!

Dov Katz and Sruly Meyer host an all new Jewish Music show! (which can always be accessed through jmrpodcast.com) This podcast (a audio mp3 file which you download) can be heard a few different ways. You can right click here and save it to your computer. http://jewishmusicreport.com/Podcasts/JMR-PodcastEp1.mp3 http://jewishmusicreport.com/?p=1332 You can listen in the play button below, or you [&hellip

Missing My Music

Missing My Music

So normally it’s a post that sparks the comments. This time, a comment to a different post inspired me to pull out my laptop and start typing. Talk to six different people and you’ll hear six different minhagim of how they deal with music during Sefira. Don’t listen at all. Listen but only in the [&hellip

Miami Experience Concert Review

Note: Pictures from COLLive. I’m finally home. After my GPS threw me “off the derech” so to speak. I was trying to get home from Brooklyn and it sends me through Manhattan of all places. I must have spent an hour in traffic in Manhattan. Why is there gridlocked traffic at 11:30PM!? Anyway, I doubt [&hellip

Best Of: Tzlil V’Zemer

Out of the major boys choirs that have popped up over the years in Jewish music, Tzlil V’zemer stands out with regards to two aspects: its arrangements, and its selection of soloists. The arrangements, as much as many of them cry out “Eighties!”, were really ahead of their time. No other choir experimented or had [&hellip

Best Of: Abie Rotenberg

Best Of: Abie Rotenberg

Abie Rotenberg. If he composed it, it’s probably going to be good. There aren’t too many composers who are that good that their name next to a song means quality. I would place him second only to Shlomo Carlebach (Yossi Green would be third) in the top Jewish composers list. His songs are hartzig, earnest [&hellip