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Madlik Oti: Rock My Soul

by Various Artists

Jewish Soulfolk:uplifting songs to uplift and inspire the listener beyond the boundaries of their own community.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Madlik Oti: Rock My Soul
3:05 $0.99
2. A Happy Song
4:07 $0.99
3. A Sea-Faring L'Cha Dodi
3:53 $0.99
4. Sh'ma/Dodi Li
4:21 $0.99
5. Mi Chamocha
2:35 $0.99
6. Manna From Heaven
2:32 $0.99
7. Anachnu Mishpacha- We are Family
3:25 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Whether escapading as Uncle Eye (The Willy Wonka of children’s music), inciting riots of elation from California to Scotland, or time traveling with the Bugs Bunny surrealistic rock band Comfy Chair, Ira finds a way to bring an uplifting song into…oh…nine out of ten realities.

His music can be found on six recordings, including Elektra Record’s compilation Jump up and Boogie.

Practically born on the stage in Miami, Florida, he studied theater and music at F.S.U. While on his way to L.A. to become a comic actor, he decided to stay in Colorado to concentrate on writing music while studying at the Naropa Institute. When he did come to California he opted for Berkeley, where he has had free reign to expand organically. He has also had an opportunity to study saxophone and flute with Saffron Obois and vocals with the late great Judy Davis.

A big fan of Fats Waller, The Gershwin Brothers, The Beatles, and Jethro Tull, Ira seeks to infuse a classic sense of melody into his songs.

So far, he has composed material for two CDs with Comfy Chair, his original play,The Plant’s Taking Over, Elie Wiesel’s Trial of God, (performed at the Rhinoceros Theater in SF), and his first children’s CD Hippo on my Head (which he recently showcased in Scotland at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival), A music video for Velvet Mustache, filmed in NYC, a video for the Uncle Eye Show (a TV pilot),
The Sultan of Time, his first solo CD for the grown-ups (not the grown-olds), which he calls Soulfolk.* The Sultan’s leading track, Part of the Divine was awarded Honorable Mention for Song of the Year Contest by The Northern California Songwriter’s Association.

With his latest effort, Madlik Oti, Ira reveals more of his spiritual and whimsical nature through the vehicle
of Jewish Soulfolk.*

*Soulfolk is music for your atoms to dance to.
It too is music for children.
We are all children.



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