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10 Awesome JM Albums You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

by KingDavid May 25, 2011

As we get ready for the next “exodus” back in to music, we thought it might be interesting to share with our readers some Jewish Music gems that seem to have fallen through the cracks or they never made it over from the last generation. Feel free to share your thoughts and comments.

  1. The Other Side – Arkady
  2. Bittersweet – Safam
  3. Hasneh Boer – Aaron Razel
  4. Wisdom of the Stream/Chochmat Hanachal – Levyatan
  5. Adir Hu – Belz
  6. Teva Vol. 1 – Moshe Antelis
  7. The Movement – A Groyse Metzieh
  8. Pionero – Yehuda Glantz
  9. Songs for a Brother – Isaac Bitton
  10. Chasing Prophecy – 8th Day (Jk)

*All of the above albums can be purchased from www.mostlymusic.com, excluding Levyatan (iTunes) and A Groyse Metzieh (good luck trying to find it).

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