Izzy Kieffer and Friends | Yehi Shalom - Let There Be Peace

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Yehi Shalom - Let There Be Peace

by Izzy Kieffer and Friends

All styles of contemporary Jewish Music.
Genre: Spiritual: Hebrew
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Yehi Shalom
5:16 album only
2. Ain Kelokainu
3:05 album only
3. Sheyibaneh
4:08 album only
4. Ashira Lashem
4:46 album only
5. Not By Might
3:36 album only
6. Kah Keli
4:27 album only
7. Od Lo Ahavti Dai
4:32 album only
8. HaMalach Micha'el
3:23 album only
9. What Mak' Dis Night
3:48 album only
10. Torah Tziva Lanu Moshe + Hodu Lashem
4:24 album only
11. All The Way Up Up Up
3:03 album only
12. Lo Yisa
3:56 album only
13. Mashiach
3:26 album only
14. Eshet Chayil
2:57 album only
15. Av Haachaman
2:52 album only
16. Ana Hashem - The Riff
4:12 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Izzy started his musical career at age 5, hand-drumming on the table during Shabbat zmirot. He later served in the IDF rabbinical army band under Mona Rosenblum, and has been involved professionally with music ever since.

"Izzy Kieffer’s debut CD has many pleasant surprises. Izzy is featuring some of today’s well-known artists such as Yosi Piamenta, Sandy Shmuely, Shlomo Haviv, Avner Levy, Jonathan Rimberg, and Jeff Braverman, to name a few. In addition to singing on several songs, Izzy has written most of the songs and arranged the album himself. Izzy took Carlebach’s Yehi Shalom and produced an incredible reggae version of that song. He did the same with the traditional "Od Lo Ahavti Dai" and turned it into a blues-rock song featuring a full horn section with Piamenta playing guitar. Another great one is a track called "Hamalach Micha'el," a duet with Shauly Waldner (Yitsy Waldner’s Brother).

"There are 16 great tracks on this album catering to all styles of today’s Jewish music scene - Old School Chassidic, Middle Eastern, Persian, Reggae, and more. The songs are fun, entertaining, and easy to sing. There is really something for everyone here."

~from JewishInsights.com



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The Hesh Inc.

Seriously catchy
There hasn't been a day since this album came out that I haven't been humming one of its tunes all day long. The music is very catchy and the arrangement is top notch. There's no reason why this album should not take its place among the best in Jewish Music today.