|Christmas & Hanukkah Happy Holidays
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SBR Music is proud to present this joyous collection of holiday music This is the perfect album for families that celebrate both Hanukkah & Christmas. December is less of a dilemma when you can have both instead of either/or.
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|Hanukkah Gone Metal
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Traditional heavy metal from New York. This is the second album of the band. - YEAR: 2009
- Heavy Metal Hanukkah record
- Combines elements of energetic heavy metal music and classic Klezmer music.
- A humorous, uplifting, triumphant recording
- Contains classic favorites as O Hanukkah and Havenu Shalom Alecheim and 6 original tracks including No Gelt, No Glory and Taking the Temple
- The perfect Hanukkah gift on any of the 8 crazy nights!
|Woody Guthrie's Happy Joyous Hanukkah
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This second interpretation of Woody Guthrie's Jewish-themed lyrics by the Klezmatics--America's premiere Yiddish band--revolves around Hanukkah, and by the title, it's not surprising that most of the offerings boast a lively tone. Guthrie, the Dust Bowl balladeer, lived in post-war Brooklyn (Coney Island, to be exact), and, inspired by his mother-in-law, the Yiddish poet Aliza Greenblatt, wrote a newly found series of poems that focused on Jewish culture. Primarily set to music by the Klezmatics' Lorin Sklamberg and Frank London, the holiday lyrics come alive to prayerful Hasidic nigunim and playful klezmer freylekhs, as well as to Nashville-tinged country fare. The band also conjured several instrumentals to flesh out Guthrie's slight Hanukkah catalogue, though the funk-'n'-jazz "(Do the) Latke Flip-Flip" seems a mistake. Sequenced near Guthrie's "The Many and the Few," a somber persecution-and-renewal story song about King Cyrus's release of the Jews from their Babylonian captivity, it seems as out of place as Christmas in October. But this innovative collaboration still has the makings of a holiday classic, as appealing to children as to the parents who spawned them. --Alanna Nash
|Chanukah at Home
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This joyful celebration in song features some of the West Coast's top children's performers: Dan Crow, Marcia Berman, Uncle Ruthie Buell, J.P. Nightingale and Fred Sokolow. The combination of traditional Jewish and Yiddish material with many new songs yields an album that is fun and instructional for kids of all ages. 1989 Parents' Choice Honor: Parents' Choice Magazine
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This album moved Scarlet in a slightly more pop direction, with an all-star crew of top-shelf sidemen like Randy & Michael Brecker, Bernard Purdie, Urbie Green and even the E Street’s band Clarence Clemons on board! Includes Scarlet Fever; Frenzy; Rainbow Man; Day of the Unicorn; Lift Away; Morning Glories; Crystal Pistol; Lure of the Sea Nymph, and The Magic Music Box.
|Home for the Holidays
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Home for the Holidays
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Chanukah oh Chanukah, have I got a CD for you! It is rare that a jaded reviewer gets turned on by a recording of songs already heard about a million times, most of them since childhood, but never say "never." Craig Taubman's latest compendium, "Celebrate Hanukkah," is the exception that proves the rule. Taubman, as canny a producer as he is a performer, has put together a disc of 13 holiday songs (in almost as many styles) from performers such as Peter Yarrow, Debbie Friedman, Judy Frankel and jazz veterans Ben Sidran and Jon Simon. Arrangements roam the musical map from rock to reggae, klezmer to 1960s folk, and the whole thing glows with the power of a menorah in full blaze.
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Author: jonathan rimberg
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Enliven your Holiday celebration with your favorite Hanukkah classics! This fantastic collection includes: 1. Al Hanisim 2. S'vivon ~ I Have a Little Draydel 3. Chanukah Oh Chanukah 4. Blessings 5. Haneirot Haallalu 6. Maoz Tzur ~ Rock of Ages 7. The Chanukah Song 8. Mi Yemalel 9. Shehecheyanu 10. Chanukah Chag Yafeh ~ Bashana
|Taste of Eternity: Musical Shabbat 1
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Taste of Eternity: Musical Shabbat 1
|Festival of Light
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You might ask yourself, what does the funky blues of Peter Himmelman's "Lighting Up the World" have in common with the spirited klezmer of Don Byron's "Oi Tata"? Somehow, after listening to Festival of Light, you'll see the connection. Throughout this compilation--one of the most eclectic collections of Hanukkah music available--you find diverse, yet soulful music that somehow captures the spirit of the holiday and its people today. The Covenant meld the future sounds of electronica and trance with the gorgeous vintage vocals of Cantor Ben Zion Kapov-Kagen on "Kiddush Le-Shabbat" to great affect; the Masada String Quartet performs John Zorn's playful "Bikkurim" in one of the disc's most sublime moments; and Jane Siberry's take on "Shir Amami" puts a modern spin on the traditional tune. Whether you favor the lush sounds of worldbeat or the sincere messages of world-class singer-songwriters, there's something for you here. --Jason Verlinde