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Singer Moshe Berger Crowns Hashem With His New Album “Meloich”

by yossi September 04, 2012

In honor of Rosh Hashanah singer Moshe Berger is releasing his debut album “ Meloich“. Berger has been working on this debut about for close to two years. “Meloich” will feature 16 tracks composed by Moshe Berger himself and also features Berger’s friends as guest stars including; Avremi Roth, Chazan Lipa Glantz, Avi Nir, Yaron Bar, and more. The arrangements were entrusted to the famed musician Rafael Grady who also sings one of the songs.

Several songs from the album previously released as singles on the radio were very successful, including: Lecha Dodi, Ilan and Shavat Einaim. The songs each have a very remarkable richness in sound and a variety of musical styles. The album features a few soulful Chassidic songs with a classic beautiful compositions with include styles like jazz, country and more.

Click PLAY below to hear the title track of the album

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