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There are times that an album can be released and for some reason fall between the cracks. It could be an amazing album, featuring an accomplished performer, and produced by a top notch producer, and still not get the recognition it deserves. I have to
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
Yochi Briskman presents, Hartzig with Shloime Daskal. This is the third volume of Shades of Green, following Shades of Green I, Hipsh and now this album. Featuring Yossi Green’s greatest hits, accompanied by the Shira Choir. That’s right all of the latest hits plus some golden oldies, in only the way that this dynamic duo can.
On June 7th at approximately 11:15 PM I was roused from a deep, self-induced hibernation. Contrary to that utterly vile rumor currently circulating, JTB does not stand for Jeremiah the Terrible Bear which means that no, this is not all part of some horribly vivid nightmare involving an enormous, leering, furry beast that has
As someone who loves music, I am a little embarrassed to admit that growing up I was not a Shlomo Carlebach fan. I obviously knew his famous songs, but didn’t own any of his cassettes or CDs. After he passed away I was exposed to his music a little by some friends and went on
A couple of months ago Tzudik Greenwald’s album, Brothers, was released, and immediately I started getting requests to review it. I had not heard a lot about the album and with so much else coming out it got swept under the rug. Well, I finally got around to getting and listening to it, and
Just when one may think that the Jewish music world was saturated with enough singers, the ” esTeemed” Teem Productions has treated us to Shragee Gestetner, a Haimishe Yingerman that sings songs with a wide range of styles that will please everyone who has taste for Jewish music. He has a clear sweet voice that reminds
Neshoma Orchestra presents a new music video with Yossi Green, who composed a brand new song, Moshe V’Dovid, and featuring Shragy Gestetner and Yosef Wartolsky. A great new song, with style and soul, and a beautiful video filmed and edited by Mendel Meyers
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
For all those who missed my introduction and part one (volumes 1-3) here it is:http://jewishmusicreport.com/2011/07/01/review-of-hasc-the-remastered-collectors-edition-part-1-volumes-1-3/ Continuing on: HASC 4: Right off the bat, my first impression when it came out was WOW, and that was even before I opened up the triple cassette. Yes, I said triple, as in 3! The concert had gotten
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
A musical masterpiece is finally here! Over a year and a half ago there were already reports of Shades of Green 2 being in the works. The anticipation has been building ever since, and from the little bits and pieces of information that Yossi Green has provided on his Facebook page, it has been
When I first heard a few months ago that Ohad was working on a new album, I started thinking how Ohad is really a unique performer in the Jewish Music scene. Most of the Israeli performers do not enjoy the publicity and success in the USA that other performers do. Ohad, however, has not