Post Tagged with: "Daniel Zamir"

Hislahavus’ Review of Tzamah 1 and 2

Hislahavus’ Review of Tzamah 1 and 2

                      As Niggunim albums go, anyone producing them has got a difficult balance: on the one hand, you want to retain the original power and spirituality; at the same time, you want to mix it up. And some albums opt for more of the former; [&hellip

Keeping the Classy in Classical – 2 Reviews

Keeping the Classy in Classical – 2 Reviews

Eternal Echoes – Yitzchak Perlman and Yitzchak Meir Helfgot: While everyone has probably already picked up their copy of this album after the triumphant concert at the Barclays Center a few months ago, let’s take a quick look at this beautiful album once again. When you have two giants such as these team up, you [&hellip

Groyse Metsie’s Second Album: Hatnuah Leshichrur Hameyutar

Groyse Metsie’s Second Album: Hatnuah Leshichrur Hameyutar

It’s a rarity when an album comes out that defies everything. The fact is, for the most part, a group or artist has some general direction that they flow in, and the fans have basic expectations. Now, in no way do I pretend to speak for all the fans of the Israeli group A Groyse [&hellip

Avraham Fried Live in Israel DVD Review

Avraham Fried Live in Israel DVD Review

Admin note: We thought this would be good for a holiday weekend. If you’re home, go grab this DVD, watch it and then enjoy this review! I know, I know – this review has been a long time coming. I do apologize about that, but family issues came up. Baruch Hashem, they culminated with the [&hellip

Alternative Jewish Music – The Israeli Scene, Part I

Alternative Jewish Music – The Israeli Scene, Part I

In my ongoing, lifelong search for creative and talented Jewish music, I’ve been indelibly assisted by my brother-in-law, Chaim. Chaim’s a great guy with a great musical ear. But more specifically, he lives in Israel, while I live in a literal as well as figurative “Pina Nidachat” – neglected corner. Every time he comes to [&hellip

Alternative Jewish Music: Great Artists

Alternative Jewish Music: Great Artists

Daniel Zamir Genre: Jazz Instrument: Alto and Soprano Sax Albums: Children of Israel, Satlah, Exodus, Amen, I Believe Recently, Zamir was in the headlines, as Tzippi Livni brought her husband to one of his concerts for their 25th wedding anniversary. Livni told Zamir that she told Bill Clinton that she would send him a copy [&hellip