Karen Daniel | Love Your Neighbor mini-cd

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Love Your Neighbor mini-cd

by Karen Daniel

It's country...no, wait, it's the blues, no, wait a minute...hey, is she singing in HEBREW? It's a spiritual, lovin', bluesy, moody, happy, kind of thang....
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love Your Neighbor
3:06 $0.99
2. Kadosh kadosh
4:31 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Ok, so, there's only 2 songs...but you like being the trendsetter, don't you...the first one to try something new! You could be telling everyone, "Have you heard Karen Daniel's NEW stuff?" You could even click below and become a part-time music reviewer....

With three full length albums of original Jewish songs behind her, Karen Daniel now presents this "single" mini-cd sampler of two exciting new songs.

Love Your Neighbor, an upbeat singalong song reminiscent of Karen's style in "Sing a Song about a Rainbow," complete with Nashville-style electric guitar, represents the whole teachings of the Torah (Bible) in one small statement, so easy to sing, so hard to do. It is Karen's goal that this song will be sung, and its message put into practice, in congregations and schools around the country. Kadosh kadosh is a song about how wonderful and holy our Creator is, as evidenced in the whole of beautiful creation, a wonderful addition to any religious service!

Karen grew up in Nashville, TN the child of Jewish-Canadian parents who loved folk music...she was raised on the Beatles, Peter, Paul & Mary, and Theodore Bikel...and she started to play guitar at age 11, and to write songs by age 14, long before she realized Nashville was full of guitar pickers and songwriters! As a young woman, Karen played in college coffeehouses and for a short time with a bluegrass band, but she did not come into her own as an artist until she was inspired by Jewish singers/artists at a national educators' conference in 1997. It was then the ideas and the songs for her first album, Breaking the Lock, were born.
Since then, she has produced two albums of teachable, singable and Jewish songs (Shabbat & Holidays and This is How We Pray).

Please feel free to email Karen for lyrics, chords, or soundtracks for her songs.



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