Rachel & Matti | My Love, My Friend

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My Love, My Friend

by Rachel & Matti

These nine duets, original melodies from Song of Songs and Psalms of David, are rich in harmony and evoke healing, joy, love and holy ecstasy.
Genre: Spiritual: Jewish Folk
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1. Your Kindness
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2. Full of Song
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3. The Winter is Over
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4. Hineini, Here I Am
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5. You Are There
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6. The House of Wine
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7. A Song of Ascents
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8. The Place
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9. This is My Beloved
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Truly Extraordinary

I say "truly extraordinary" because there is nothing ordinary about this exquisite album. These songs and these voices are rich and subtle. This music is sacred; I continued to hear the soft and uplifting harmonies long after I turned off the recording. This album is obviously grounded in profound faith and humility. There is a quiet power here. This is a rare, perhaps unique sound. A delight! Bravo!
--Arthur Kurzweil, Jewish author, editor and genealogist

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Dana G

makes you smile
Full of Song is my favorite!
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Jenna

The sound of happiness...
... is in this CD. The joy in the music, the words and images they evoke is palpable. Rachel's voice soars on the melody lines. I liked this CD so much I am buying it again (I loaned it to a family member who lost it - DANG IT!). It is worth keeping.
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Diane Wolkstein, author and storyteller

Divine Music
If you wish to be transported, uplifted, and carried into joy, Rachel Ravitz and Matthew Brown have just released their new CD, My Love, My Friend. The CD has been a long time in the singing and in the making. I have often been in their presence when they are singing. Each time, everyone present has felt bliss. So, it is a great joy to have My Love, My Friend which is as beautiful to listen to as their singing in person. Rachel and Matti carry the soul of devotion in their hearts and it uplifts the listener. They sing in English and Hebrew. My only wish is that they had liner notes with all of the words of their songs. I'm hoping their first edition will quickly sell out so that in the next edition they can give us all the words to sing to. Theirs is a harmony of the celestial spheres. They are singing to HaShem and HaShem is answering and surely their beloved Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, in heaven, is singing with them the sweetest of harmonies. Dearest Sister Rachel, Highest Brother Matti, how can I thank you? Shlomo is saying, "How can I thank you for bringing us the new song?" How can we thank you, dear souls? Well, we can all buy copies for friends to support their work. I can think of so many people, Jews and non-Jews, who will be transported by their songs. Blessings, dear friends.
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Yitzhak Buxbaum

Melodies from Paradise
Matti and Rachel heard the angels singing these ravishingly beautiful melodies before the Throne of Glory. And they brought them bacl to this world, where they are the angels whose heavenly harmonies fill my soul with delight. Rabbi Akiba said that all the scriptures are holy but the Song of Songs is the Holy of Holies. These songs from paradise are also the holy of holies. Forgive me if I didn't succeed with my attempt at lyricism ... I love these songs too much to speak about them with ordinary praise.
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