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Todah LaChem (Thanks, Y'all!)

by Robbi Sherwin

Jewish Rock? You bet. Robbi's legendary energy and spirited Jewish songcrafting will keep your toes tapping and spirit soaring as she "sings a new song unto God." Expect the unexpected and prepare to be Rockin' w/Ruach.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ki L'Olam Chasdo
3:16 $0.99
2. Modeh Ani
2:29 $0.99
3. Yihiyu L'Ratzon
2:35 $0.99
4. Elijahu
2:32 $0.99
5. Blues Aleinu
3:26 $0.99
6. Hinini
3:22 $0.99
7. Al Tistakel
4:05 $0.99
8. The Chosen
4:43 $0.99
9. L'cha Dodi
4:16 $0.99
10. Sh'ma
2:53 $0.99
11. Todah LaChem
3:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
Who would've guessed that this Air Force brat born in Waco, Texas, would take the Jewish world by storm with her energy and music?

From the halls of Temples everywhere to the camps of the UAHC....

Robbi Sherwin's SPIRITED JEWISH SONGCRAFTING keeps them singing and tapping their toes! Inspired by Jewish recording artists such as Kol B'Seder, Debbie Friedman, Sam Glaser, Mah Tovu, Julie Silver, Yom Hadash and others, Robbi's first CD of original Jewish liturgy and contemporary music utilized her friends and colleagues met at the Conference for Alternatives for Jewish Education. CAJE is not only the largest Jewish educator's conference in the world, but also the largest gathering of Jewish Contemporary musicians. The "Queen of Collaboration" named her CD, "Todah LaChem" (Thanks, y'all!) to thank the many wonderful artists who contributed to Robbi's enthusiasm in creating her music. Many of them are featured on this amazing album!

Great for the car, the synagogue, the Shabbos table and camp settings, Robbi's Todah LaChem will be a CD you will return to over and over again!



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Scott Leader

I know I am Biased, but ITS AWESOME!
Robbi's breakout CD is a fun collection of all kinds of music from cajun to rock and roll. Her music wants to make you sing along. The album is full of musical talent from artists across the country who help to create a unique and memorable sound.
I am really looking forward to the next cd!


Toda Lach! Robbi.
Robbi's CD seems to be a very unlikly jewish cd! has so many types of music and so many guests stars! all have one common issue - JEWISHNESS. just like the slogen "13 Milion people - ONE common ground". Yihiyu L'Ratzon" remind me of the great experiance I had at the Greene Family Camp in '97, and "Modeh Ani" is a song I can easily wake up in the morning to it's tone... It's amazing how each and every song can be used in many occasion and mood in life and also listening to the whole CD at once ! Yishar Ko'ach dear Robbi, can't wait for your next one!

Carole Rivel

Lots of fun and energy
Robbi brings fun, lots of energy and real sense of "sharing the stage" to her music. Everyone feels included!

Steph King

Todah Rabah Robbi!
Robbi Sherwin's version of Yihiyu L'Ratzon is the most spirited and beautiful version I have ever heard! She pours her heart and soul into every song, and now tefillah will never be the same. Her music, especially Todah LaChem, has a special depth and ruach that very, very few Jewish musicians can boast.

Deb Harris

Great music
I really enjoy this CD. She brings a nice twist to liturgical music.

Rabbi Don Levy

What an eclectic Songfest!
Who can resist Robbi's very wide-ranging interpretations of Jewish liturgical classics??! Given her long residence in Texas, one would expect influences from "both kinds" of music (i.e., country...AND western) and Robbi DOES deliver, but this disc also has pieces with Zydeco and Gospel influences, and others that are just plain soulful and reflective. I play it over and over (and sing along with gusto!) in the car...bravo, Robbi!

Miriam Van Raalte

There's a song for every mood! Through this music I can be in the mountains, at the sea, in the desert, and definitely ... right at home!

Aimee Wolf

Wide range of musical styles keeps your toes tapping!
Todah LaChem uses a range of musical styles to present both well-known prayers and original compositions. The melodies will have you singing along in no time, and the liner notes with translations are a great bonus.

Judy Kaskel

This CD has been INSTRUMENTAL in my Cancer recovery
After 2 major surgeries, I needed to begin a physical rehab program. This CD was with me on the treadmill, the nu step machine, the arm bar and other weight training exercises....and I listened to it as I walked countless miles in the country .The HEALING power of these songs made these hard exercises fun, and spiritual but most of all ,it filled my soul with RUACH and JOY....and was INSTRUMENTAL in my recovery...todah, Robbi(and friends).

Eileen in London

Robbi's music enters my heart and soul!
Listening to Robbi's words and melodies on Toda LaChem lifts my spirit like no other Jewish artist can. Her wide range of musical style assures something for every listener to enjoy.
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