This second recording by Rabbi Joe Black contains 11 exciting, fun-filled songs that are especially suited for children and their families. Rabbi Joe's original compositions celebrate Jewish life from "Boker Tov" in the morning to "Lailah Tov" at night, and tell warm and sometimes humorous stories of holidays ("Chanukah Menorah," "Latke Hamentaschen Debate") and heroes ("Nachshon"). New interpretations of beloved folk songs are also included ("Az Der Rebbe Est," "Shnayim Sim") and a yodeling cowboy version of the Chanukah classic "I Have A Little Dreidel"" is a real hoot. This is one CD that kids and adults will listen to again and again!
EVERYBODY'S GOT A LITTLE MUSIC by Rabbi Joe Black
TRACK LIST AND SAMPLE CLIPS:
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1. Boker Tov
2. Everybody's Got A Little Music In 'Em
3. Chanukah Menorah SHEET MUSIC AVAILABLE - CLICK HERE
4. Latke Hamentaschen Debate SHEET MUSIC AVAILABLE - CLICK HERE
One magical night...
The sixth night of Chanukah, 5767
(December 20, 2006), Temple Sholom,
Chicago, Illinois. Rabbi Joe Black, a
leading voice in contemporary American
Jewish music, and The Maxwell Street
Klezmer Band, one of the world's premier
klezmer ensembles, came together for a
very special family Chanukah concert that
had been years in the making.
What does a rabbi do on sabbatical? If you are Joe Black you whip up some new songs, tune your guitar, and head off to Los Angeles to record with musical whiz, Troy Dexter, and guest vocalist Patti Linsky. This 11 song English and Hebrew recording features Joe's skillful guitar playing, his thoughtful lyrics, and smooth, silky vocals. You too will appreciate Rabbi Joe's sabbatical!
Rabbi Joe Black brings you his first adult recording of 12 thought provoking original songs in English and Hebrew, with lyrics based on biblical and liturgical texts. Joe's folk-sounding lyrical voice reminiscent of James Taylor, combined with his performance artistry on guitar, make this recording awesome! Produced and arranged by the creative masters of contemporary Jewish music, David Kates and Troy Dexter, this album is a wonderful addition to Joe's successful children's recordings. Talented singers Linda Kates, Patti Linsky, Jacqueline Shuchat-Marx, Julie Silver and Jeff Stern add beautiful harmonies to the mix.
Rabbi Joe Black shares with us an infectious sound, blending a mixture of traditional folk melodies with styles ranging from swing to salsa, sweet lullabies to straight ahead rock. Through songs and stories we learn the meaning of Jewish holidays, favorite foods, customs, and the fun of being Jewish. Adults and children love his style!
By popular demand, Rabbi Joe Black has compiled selected songs from his well loved recordings ALEPH BET BOOGIE, EVERYBODY'S GOT A LITTLE MUSIC, LEAVE A LITTLE BIT UNDONE, and SABBATICAL. These 28 compositions, five of which were co-written by Mark Bloom, are expertly transcribed by Gordon Lustig. Melody line, guitar chords, Hebrew, translations, and transliterations are all included in this 110 page perfect bound book published by Lanitunes Music and Sounds Write Productions, Inc.
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