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Lipa Schmeltzer

Lipa Schmeltzer - B Positive

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Lipa Schmeltzer

Lipa and Electronic music master Matt Dubb have released a new album. 

As always, Lipa has succeeded in surprising his audiences every single time with original songs and new ideas that have not been heard of in our world. For example, in the song called “ Bu’Ah” (which stands for Bracha V’Hatzlacha), Lipa tells over his experiences in visiting the Gedolei Yisrael, such as R’ Chaim Kanievsky, the Skolener Rebbe and others.

The album is full of digital effects, as in the tradition of Lipa’s music. Lipa brought in Jewish Electronic music aficionado, Matt Dubb, who worked together with Lipa’s compositions to put out an album that will change the Jewish music world, by adding the genre of Electronic music to its ranks.

Lipa has brought in a number of tremendous other talents to join him in this album, including Yaakov Lemmer, Ami Maimon, 8th Day, as well at Matt Dubb himself. Levik Tobol designed the album booklet.

 

 
 
 

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BP
02/01/2016
B positive

    B positive

    Lips did it once again really good just listening to it over and over again Lipa you definitely got some new and gr8 fans Keep up the great work and keep those gems coming

    V
    09/10/2015
    Vanessa

      B plus!

      I became religious, b/c of this cd! It is sooo POSITIVE! A must buy!

      Y
      08/28/2015
      yehuda

        beastly

        sik cd

        AI
        08/26/2015
        A I

          Best cd in history

          lipa great job I love the music on this album it's really good I like the tune from bueh bueh

          B
          08/20/2015
          Benzi

            This Change......( in Jewish Music) was a necessity!!

            Historical Background: From 1975-1985 The rock music industry started experimenting, by bringing in elements of jazz in rock. In The early 1990s the moshiach album was released imitating that era of rock music (as is left back) For the jewish community this was something fresh from the common frailach wedding and ultra classical music heard on albums up to this point. 23 years later ...... Jewish music was repeatedly staying in the Jazz genre of rock. This album will be the start of techno music in Jewish music... while this albums melodys were composed based on current loops, the next jewish album should be a full synth album that starts off as a melody and have the chords designed to it using top notch synths!!! jm mazel tov.

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