Beth Hamon | A Sliver in the Sky

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A Sliver in the Sky

by Beth Hamon

Contemporary Jewish Folk that you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. A Sliver in the Sky
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2. Elohai Neshama
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3. Achat Sha'alti
3:17 $0.99
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4. Mah Tovu
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5. I Stand Here (Hineni)
2:31 $0.99
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6. Let It Burn
3:28 $0.99
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7. A Cracked Jar (Vidui)
4:26 $0.99
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8. Now Is All We Have
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9. Hashkiveynu II
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10. Y'varech'cha
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11. Cedar Tree
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The daughter of nightclub musicians, Beth Hamon is a bicycle-riding, musical autodidact whose songs straddle the fuzzy line between Jewish and secular themes of justice, hope, renewal and love. Beth is based in Portland, Oregon and tours as an artist- and educator-in-residence at synagogues, community centers and camps across the country.

Beth’s songs are sung at synagogues and camps in the United States, Canada and Israel. In 2016, a setting of a new egalitarian version of the threefold benediction was commissioned by Women of the Wall for use at their monthly gatherings at the Kotel [Western Wall] in Jerusalem. In 2015 Beth was selected as one of the top five “New Voices In Jewish Music” by Forward magazine.

A former professional bicycle mechanic, Beth makes ritual Judaic art from recycled bicycle parts. Some of her pieces are part of the permanent collection at the Yeshiva University museum in New York.

"There's nothing else like it! It's bright acoustic pop and folk, performed with hearty, honest joy. It’s inspired, and inspiring."
--Tom Petersen, Victory Review Magazine

“Today's Harry Chapin is a woman, fierce and powerful and lovely.”
-- Sharol Brickman, Cantorial Soloist, St. Louis

"Hamon's music is an idiosyncratic blend of folk, roots, old time string band and pop, with an irrepressible energy..."
-- Oregon Jewish Life Magazine


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