Amram Biton is a musician who has initiated something in Jewish music that is hard to classify. He lives and supports himself in a world outside of music, but his heart and his feelings are deep between the notes.
The words for his first single “Lo Toeh“, a text that stands out and is emotional, he wrote under the influence of the author of the sefer Peleh Ha’Yoetz. It’s a song that introduces a way for a person to behave, between himself and his friends and between himself and Hashem.
The album that is on the way has tracks that vary in their topics and subjects. His music itself he writes from the perspective of various types of life situations, as well as from classic Jewish texts. Its clear that Amram got a lot of his musical inspiration from the music of the 60′s, 70′s, and 80′s.
The arrangements and production were done by Uri Shlezinger, one of the top professionals in Israel.
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