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Hislahavus’ Review of Rogers Park

Hislahavus’ Review of Rogers Park

A fresh duo on the scene blends styles with an alluring new album. Rogers Park, made up of two Chicagoans Yosef Peysin and Mordy Kurtz, draws on a folk-rock sound. They keep their harmonies light and easy; their cheery vocals are upbeat and intriguing. Jewish music junkies will find echoes of Megama and Moshe Hecht [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of the Yess Legacy – Disc 2

Hislahavus’ Review of the Yess Legacy – Disc 2

Disc 2: (Our review on Disc 1 can be found here.) Fight in the Man: (****) Quite possibly Megama’s greatest song, at least lyrically. Gershon Veroba loves this song, as evidenced by his earlier release of an a cappella version of it (available for free at MostlyMusic.com), which this one is conceptually based off of. [&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

The Megama Albums – Available Again!

The Megama Albums – Available Again!

When JMR first started, we posted an item called “The Lost Albums” regarding albums that have disappeared. Among those albums, we mentioned the classic Megama records, whose most famous song, “My Zeidy”, was for many years the anthem of the Baal Teshuva movement. The Megama Duo, made up of guitarist and vocalist Moshe Yess and [&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

Yerachmiel Covers Moshe Yess’s Treat Her Kind

Yerachmiel Covers Moshe Yess’s Treat Her Kind

A nice cover by Yerachmiel of Moshe Yess’s Treat Her Kind. Check out Yerachmiel on his website by clicking here

Baruch Dayin Haemes: Moshe Yess

Baruch Dayin Haemes: Moshe Yess

With sadness we inform you of the untimely passing of the legendary performer R’ Moshe Yess OBM. THE LEVAYA WILL BE HELD IN MONTREAL EXACT TIME TBA Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim. Vehukeetzu Veranenu Shochnay Ufur vehu besochom! (source: shmais.com)