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Inspiring Voice reviews Isaac Honig – Al HeHarim

Inspiring Voice reviews Isaac Honig – Al HeHarim

                      The long wait is finally over! It’s been years since Isaac Honig has last released an album, but that’s of course until recently. This exciting new CD has been worked on for many years by Isaac Honig who himself produced the album.   So [&hellip

Inspiring Voice reviews Tzudyk – Brothers

Inspiring Voice reviews Tzudyk – Brothers

  Let me begin by saying that this is a phenomenal album! Yossi Green presented it, but that isn’t Tzudyk’s only claim to fame. He has a great voice and can do chazzannus as well. Many songs are arranged by Shua Fried. We gotta thank Sruly Werdyger for really putting Shua on the map as he [&hellip

The Best of Mordechai Ben David – a Career Retrospective, Pt. 1

The Best of Mordechai Ben David – a Career Retrospective, Pt. 1

  Talk about an article that has been a long time in the making! The first version, actually written up for the early stages of this website, was lost after a site crash. A second version was lost after a personal computer crash. And in the meantime, MBD announced Kissifim would be his final album [&hellip

Review of Ahavas Hashem by Yumi Lowy

Review of Ahavas Hashem by Yumi Lowy

Almost three months ago, a very highly anticipated album was released. Yumi Lowy, a very popular vocalist on the wedding scene on the east coast, released his debut album, titled Ahavas Hashem. Yumi is known for his sweet and smooth sound, somewhat a cross between Yeedle and Dov Levine at times, and his album has [&hellip

First Impression of Yerachmiel Begun and The Miami Boys Choir Me La’Hashem Ailai by OutOfTowner

First Impression of Yerachmiel Begun and The Miami Boys Choir Me La’Hashem Ailai by OutOfTowner

Many professional choirs and choir leaders have come and gone over the years, but one constant in the Jewish Music scene is Yerachmiel Begun and the Miami Boys Choir. I grew up listening to B’siyata Dishmaya and Klal Yisroel Together, and can remember the frenzy when Shabbos Yerushalayim came out. I couldn’t wait to go [&hellip