Yosef Karduner is back with a NEW Kumzits album. This new album is of live performances recorded from several gigs in NY over the last few years. Whats great about this CD is that you get some of that great live stuff that Yosef plays in kumzits’s that isn’t necessarily his own material. So if you’re expecting another Kumzits album of a singer performing his own stuff, think again.
The Cossack attack leaves a Jewish boy stranded. Alone in the forest, he must fend for himself. But dangers more threatening than beasts and bandits are lurking in the shadows… How will our little angel survive… or will he?
NEW YORK, NY—Soulfarm has released their new album Holy Ground, just in time for Sukkot and their tour abroad at the Rockami Festival in Jerusalem. Soulfarm’s music falls between the jams of the Allman Brothers and the hippie spirituality of the singer Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. The Band’s music is rich with fiery rock, soul, folk and reggae songs, spiced with the flavors of the Middle East and offers a combination of a multigenerational and cross-cultural appeal. Their brand new album exemplifies their range of sound and their fans are as eager to hear it, as they are to play it. Soulfarm will continue the celebration of their new album with various national shows through the end of 2010 and into the beginning of 2011. Including their annual show with Moshav this December 23.
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