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Sarah Dahlia | Hakala

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Hakala

by Sarah Dahlia

Music For the Middle of the Night
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Stillwaters
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2. Sheema
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3. Choose Life
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4. Tree of Love
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5. Ain Ode
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6. Fear No One
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7. Song of the Sea
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8. Lamentations
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9. Higher
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10. SHalom Alecheim
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
An energizing mix of Folk Rock and Middle Eastern, English and Hebrew, Modern and Ancient, Sarah Dahlia's music pushes the boundaries between beauty and bravery.

The Jerusalem Post described her music as a "Camel Load of Flavor" and her fans range from the Folk favorite Pete Seeger to Rock powerhouse Perry Farrell.

Weaving together her folk/pop roots with mystical reverberations of the Middle East, Sarah Dahlia's music beats the sounds of Jerusalem. Each song counters and encounters holiness, rising and falling, grabbing and reassuring, laughing and then sailing away. Sarah Dahlia draws on ancient inspiration to create music for the middle of the night: her personal guide for the fastest way through a broken heart.

Following the belief of the Hasidic masters that a little bit of light can dispel a lot of darkness, Sarah Dahlia has created music that is not just a faint ray at the
end of a long tunnel, but a bright beam radiating warmth and light enough to live by.

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