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OutOfTowner reviews Simcha Leiner-SL2

OutOfTowner reviews Simcha Leiner-SL2

Simcha Leiner is perhaps one of the most intriguing artists out there in the Jewish Music industry from a musical standpoint and also from as a regular person. I can’t call myself a friend of his but I consider myself an acquaintance and friendly with Simcha. We have sung together (ok so he sang and [&hellip

OutOfTowner Reviews Kolot by Yaakov Shwekey

OutOfTowner Reviews Kolot by Yaakov Shwekey

A note to my adoring fans: I apologize for not being able to write any reviews of many of the recent amazing releases in Jewish Music. I am hoping to be able to “catch up” and write about all of my favorites in the next month or so. The review below I began pretty soon [&hellip

OutofTowner Reviews Pischi Li by Simcha Leiner

OutofTowner Reviews Pischi Li by Simcha Leiner

                There are many singers today on the wedding scene that are popular today. It usually takes a singer many years on the scene to really become popular and gain a following. And then there is Simcha Leiner. Simcha cut the line with his talent and already is [&hellip

OutofTowner Reviews Modim Anachnu Lach by Baruch Levine

OutofTowner Reviews Modim Anachnu Lach by Baruch Levine

                      The past few months I have been on an unofficial leave of absence from JMR (no worries guys…it was paternity leave) but that hasn’t stopped me from listening to and enjoying some of the recent releases in Jewish Music. One release in particular, Modim [&hellip

Inspiring Voice reviews Yisroel Werdyger – Oideh Lokeil

Inspiring Voice reviews Yisroel Werdyger – Oideh Lokeil

  Rarely do I have the opportunity to write a review about such an album. Sruly is not just a special talent. He is a wonderful person and his warm and aidel personality shines through his music. Prior to releasing Oideh Lokeil, he released 2 other albums which were both hits. However, this one is [&hellip

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

OutofTowner Reviews Hashkifah by Baruch Levine

OutofTowner Reviews Hashkifah by Baruch Levine

Baruch Levine has long been known as a composer and performer, whose material is both sweet and enjoyable. Although he has some really beautiful songs on other people’s albums, his big break came on his first release, Vezakeini, with the songs Vezakeini and V’hu Keyli making everyone’s list of must listen to songs. Every time [&hellip