By: Sandy Eller
Shrouded in mystery from its earliest moments, OHEL 5772 – The Music We Love, was one of the most highly anticipated concerts of the year. The Music we Love was music at its best as an energetic lineup of performers delivered one electric performance after another, featuring performances by some of the freshest faces in Jewish music, including 8th Day, Benny Friedman, Shloime Gertner, Eitan Katz, Michoel Pruzansky and Shalsheles Jr. The concert also featured international superstar Yishai Lapidot and an unforgettable performance by Rivie Schwebel with his sons, Eli and Avrumi, The Music We Love surpassed all expectations, earning a spot in the annals of Jewish music history as the concert of a lifetime. Shot in multi-angle, true HD footage, and recorded live in high quality audio format, the stunning quality of the production offers an entirely new perspective on live concert DVD’s.
With the upcoming release of the concert CD and DVD, audiences worldwide will be able to enjoy the unique experience that was The Music We Love. OHEL 5772 continues to make music history with the upcoming release of the live concert, to be released as a double CD/DVD combination pack, for the unprecedented price of $19.99.
“We are offering consumers a really great deal by including both the double CD and the DVD in one package at an unbelievabe price, in keeping with the recent approach of attempting to make Jewish music as accessible as possible for consumers of all ages,” explained Sruly Meyer, director of marketing at Aderet Music.
Leveraging the most current techniques in audio and visual post production, Sheer Productions was able to deliver a first rate product for all to enjoy. Early insider reviews are calling this production “the best concert CD/DVD to ever hit the shelves”, quite a statement considering some of the stellar products that are already on the market.
The CD/DVD package is due to debut simultaneously in Israel and America on June 20th. The Music We Love will be distributed by Aderet Music and will also be available for audio download at www.mostlymusic.com.
Comments will be approved before showing up.