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Inspiring Voice Reviews Dovid Dachs – Shiras Hayam

Inspiring Voice Reviews Dovid Dachs  – Shiras Hayam

            It’s a wonderful geshmak to hear young bachurim singing. They still have the innocence of a youth, but have already developed the enthusiasm of the “bucherishe yuren” (teenage years in Yeshiva). This album was produced with the support from his Rosh Yeshiva and Rebbeim all recordings were done Bein [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of The Yess Legacy – Disc 1

Hislahavus’ Review of The Yess Legacy – Disc 1

Yes! (Pardon the pun.) Finally – a collection of modern adaptations for the classic music of Moshe Yess! I’ve been waiting eagerly for this album for a long time – in fact, full disclosure here, I had been involved with some initial discussions about the concept after R’ Moshe passed, but I was not ultimately [&hellip

Inspiring Voice Reviews HASC 24 – A Time for Duets

Inspiring Voice Reviews HASC 24 – A Time for Duets

    I want to start off by saying that I really enjoy collections from all over the spectrum of Jewish music and HASC really gives us that from Haimish to Yeshivish and more.   This year’s concert is even more greatly enhanced with the duets because you can pick up the qualities of a singer [&hellip

The Music & Magic of HASC 24

The Music & Magic of HASC 24

I was never really a fan of Hasc concert cd’s, I preferred my self made mixes of the songs and singers I like over the many performing artists at a Hasc Concert. Listening to Hasc 24 made me see this concert and its music in a different light. The first thing I realized was that [&hellip

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 2 (Volumes 4-7)

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 2 (Volumes 4-7)

  For all those who missed my introduction and part one (volumes 1-3) here it is:http://jewishmusicreport.com/2011/07/01/review-of-hasc-the-remastered-collectors-edition-part-1-volumes-1-3/ Continuing on: HASC 4: Right off the bat, my first impression when it came out was WOW, and that was even before I opened up the triple cassette. Yes, I said triple, as in 3! The concert had gotten [&hellip

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 1 (Volumes 1-3)

Review of HASC: The Remastered Collectors Edition Part 1 (Volumes 1-3)

Aderet’s recent release of the digitally remastered HASC’s A Time For Music Concerts Collection: 1-7 has brought back some very fond memories of my youth.   Let me explain. Nowadays, Jewish Music is a much larger and more sophisticated industry than it was back then. The HASC concert was the biggest and most anticipated event [&hellip

OHEL 5770 Concert Review

OHEL 5770 Concert Review

Like most of you, I missed this year’s OHEL concert and was pleasantly surprised to hear that the concert DVD was going to be out only one month after the concert took place.   I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.   Given how fast it was released, I wasn’t convinced that they were going to do [&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