Post Tagged with: "Piamenta"

VIDEO – Piamenta, Shyne and Naftali Kalfa

Here’s a preview for what seems like it’ll be a fascinating video, with Belzer rapper Shyne, Yossi Piamenta, and the vocalist of Yossi’s album Yihyu Leratzon, Naftali Kalfa. A very intriguing picture comes out – check it out!

Scoop: Isaac Bitton (Raya Mehemna) to Release New Album!

Scoop: Isaac Bitton (Raya Mehemna) to Release New Album!

JMR has just found out that Moroccan rocker, drummer and vocalist Isaac Bitton, is about to release his third album! Bitton attained renown in the ’70’s with his French rock band, called Les Variations. Upon entering a new stage of his life, he formed a frum rock band in the early 1980’s called “Raaya Mehemna” [&hellip

The Perfect Album?

The Perfect Album?

What makes an album great? Obviously, there are many aspects, but I did a quick experiment. I pulled up iTunes and sorted my 350+ albums by highest rated. As I had thought, I don’t have that many albums that I give a full five stars to – after all, I’m a bit of a critic. [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of the HASC Collection – 1-7

Hislahavus’ Review of the HASC Collection – 1-7

It is worthwhile to flashback sometimes. When you haven’t listened to something for many years, you may be missing something that you hadn’t noticed. So it’s flashback time: I do not think it would be an exaggeration to say that HASC’s A Time for Music series of concerts changed Jewish music forever. Over the years, [&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

Best Of: The Piamentas

Few bands have had as much influence on the Jewish music world as the Piamentas. Until the Piamentas came on the scene in 1980, Jewish music had never held musicians of exceptional virtuosity. With their appearance, Jewish music suddenly had top class musicians to call their own. Yossi and Avi Piamenta took both old songs [&hellip