Ehud Banai- Shir Chadash

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Ehud Banai- Ane Li

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Berry Sakharof- Adumei Hasfatot

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Arik Einshtein- Hameitav

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Alma- Me'al Ma She'anachnu

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Meir Banai – Shma Koli

As a reviewer on Amazon.com says, “After a reconnection with his Jewish religious roots. Meir Banai has released an album of songs with the lyrics taken from classic Jewish sources. Guests on this album are Ehud Banai, Yonatan Razel, and Amir Benayoun.”

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From hasifria.com.au: Two of the biggest stars over the last 30 years in Israel are Shlomo Artzi and Shalom Hanoch.  The two of them for the first time ever teamed up in the summer of 2005 to play a few concerts in the amphitheatre in the ancient city of Cesaria, on the Mediterranean coast of Israel.  A must for all Israeli music collections!

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David Broza – HaMeitav

The son of an Israeli/British businessman and a folk singer, David Broza was born in the city of Haifa, Israel, and was raised and educated in England and Spain.   He began playing guitar in cafes to earn extra money, and was eventually offered a record deal. Since he still hoped to attend the Rhode Island School of Design, he declined; he later recorded a tape to promote his live shows.  He now releases CDs in three languages: Hebrew, English, and Spanish.  “HaMeitav” is a collection of the best of Broza’s music.

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Diwan Project – Diwan Halev

As is written on Last.fm.com: According to the Jewish tradition of the Middle Ages in Spain, it was common for Jews to meet outside the synagogue or house of study. Following holy prayer or study, they would create culture in the space between sacred and secular time. They would integrate spiritual search, their yearning for the “Shechina” (the divine presence) and for the return to Zion. These encounters in Spain, Egypt, Morocco and Yemen were called “Diwan”. The rich culture of “Diwan”, composed of song and “Piyut” (poetry and sacred prose) is a heritage that influences the soul, the creativity and the song of the people of Israel until this day.  Diwan Project is an ensemble that performs traditional music

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Shotei Hanevuah – Mechapsim et Dorot

Shotei Hanevua, or “The Fools of Prophecy”, was an Israeli musical group selected as Israel’s “Band of the Year” in 2005.  The band described its music as a fusion of dub reggae with hip-hop and dance music, with an eastern Mediterranean flavor. The band toured the United States in 2005, performing at major colleges and universities.  The group broke up on August 12, 2007.

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