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Akiva Gelb & Freilach - Dance 365

4 reviews   |  

This isn't your parents dance album. Put aside EVERYTHING you know about dance albums, collections and such and prepare for a revolution. Gershy Moskowitz presents, Dance365 with not only one of the best core bands in JM for the last 10 years the Freilach band, but the new voice of the future, Akiva Gelb.

Now Akiva's name might sound familiar because he recently came out with a beautiful single titled "V'ezkoh" as well as he is the lead singer of the newly formed Nefesh Kumzits Band. Akiva as he is affectionately known, is quickly becoming really popular on the band stand, as he has both the range/control and energy to thrill guests at any simcha. After a recent job with Freilach, the idea for this new album begun. To create not a Purim album, but rather a album one can dance to the ENTIRE year (hence the name Dance 365).

This entire album spanning 30 of the biggest hits was arranged by Freilach's very own Nachman Dreyer, who is sure to become one of JM hottest new arrangers on the market. Dance 365 is a Gershy Moskowitz production and Produced By Moshe Yehuda distributed by Nigun Music 

 
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    SH
    05/08/2016
    suri h.
    wow wow wow

    this is an amazing cd i have ever hear with every single song from all over andmade a great mixture together!!!! keep up yor great wrk looking forward fo the next amazing one!!!!!!!!!!!!!! love it

    YB
    03/06/2016
    Y B.
    5 STARS

    nice collection well done

    Y
    03/02/2016
    yossi
    lebedig!

    this is really lebedig! all good songs in one!!

    BK
    03/02/2016
    Baruch K.
    Amazing!!!!!!

    By far the best Collection Album Of the Year so far

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