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Eli Schwebel Releases “Sha’shuai”, Featuring Eli Schwebel With Yumi Lowy, Yehuda Green, & Rivie Schwebel

by yossi August 01, 2012

Eli Schwebel, who is about to embark on his solo career coming off the role of producer and lead singer of Lev Tahor, has taken a break from his daily solo work to produce a track in honor of the Siyum Hashaas. It will be debuted tonight for 90,000 people at Met life stadium. “ Sha’shuai” produced and performed by Eli Schwebel, is based on Lulay Sorascha, Abie Rotenberg’s classic from Journeys III. Eli combines classical elements with a rhythmic sway, expressing the urgency of Torah Life with the yearning, struggle and delight that comes with it. The track features the sub-culturally diverse voices of the soulful Yehuda Green, Yumi Lowy and adding a generational element, Eli’s father – Rivie Schwebel.” Sha’shuai” is sponsored by Jona Rechnitz in loving memory of Binyamin Klein ALV”H. It is available as a free download for a limited time, on MostlyMusic.com.

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