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Review: Yaakov Shwekey – Cry No More

Review: Yaakov Shwekey – Cry No More

Usually we hear about a superstar releasing a new album months in advance. However, Yaakov replaced the usual hype with an element of surprise combined with humility. He begins the booklet with a message that he was inspired by the passing of his dear friend, and he transformed that pain in a message to uplift [&hellip

OutOfTowner’s 1st Impression of Cry No More

OutOfTowner’s 1st Impression of Cry No More

In today’s times when there is usually a PR blitz starting several months before an album release,  culminating in either a pre-release music video or some other event to introduce the new album, Tuesday’s news that Yaakov Shwekey’s new album, Cry No More,would be available in less than a week, came as quite a surprise. [&hellip

Out Of Towner Reviews Amram Adar-Baruch Hashem

Out Of Towner Reviews Amram Adar-Baruch Hashem

My first reaction listening to this album is where have they found this special talent? I have never seen any videos of him singing at weddings, like I have of most of the newest singing sensations. I have never heard of him, and I am probably not alone here. Amram Adar seems to have burst [&hellip

Out Of Towner Reviews Big Time – Alter Heim

Out Of Towner Reviews Big Time – Alter Heim

How often can an album be released featuring an all star lineup of Mordechai Ben David, Lipa Schmelczer, Dovid Gabay, Shloime Gertner, the Mezamrim Choir, Chilik Frank and the Freilach Orchestra, produced by Sheya Mendlowitz, and arranged by Suki Berry,  and seemingly not even register a blip on the Jewish Music scene? Then again, with [&hellip

Inspiring Voice Reviews Big Time – Alter Heim

Inspiring Voice Reviews Big Time – Alter Heim

This is an exciting wedding album produced by Sheya Mendlowitz and arranged by Suki Berry. Music was played by the Freilach Orchestra with clarinet solos by Chilik Frank. It is not your typical wedding album. The theme is to bridge the gap between the “Alter Heim” and the music of today. Suki is a master of [&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

Hislahavus’ Review of Chabad with Moshe Laufer

Hislahavus’ Review of Chabad with Moshe Laufer

About fifteen years ago, I used to wonder why there were so few albums of Lubavitcher niggunim. I don’t wonder about that any more, because there are now dozens of collections of Chabad niggunim of varying styles and genres. Yet, I still eagerly pick up virtually any such album, primarily because of my love of [&hellip

New Single “Emosai” from Laufer Chabad CD.

New Single “Emosai” from Laufer Chabad CD.

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] 50 musicians, 3 years of work, 4 singers and dozens of vocal and Kids choir. This summarizes one of the most spectacular musical projects in Jewish music. Entitles, “Chabad with Moshe Laufer”, the new album which its producers describe as “unprecedented”. Produced by Levi Tubul, the new disk [&hellip

Eli Laufer Releases New Single: Techi Nafshi

Eli Laufer Releases New Single: Techi Nafshi

Eli Laufer has just released a beautiful new song, Techi Nafshi to the internet. This wonderful song was composed by Eli Laufer and arranged by famed master arranger and father, Moshe Laufer

First Photos from Lineup of a Lifetime: From ShmuliPhoto.com

First Photos from Lineup of a Lifetime: From ShmuliPhoto.com

Check out a few amazing photos from JMR’s own ShmuliPhoto.com and make sure to visit his post to see many more incredible photos from the Lineup of a Lifetime concert. A full in depth concert recap by Kol Isha is in the works