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by Shakshuka

Contemporary arrangements of Israeli and Sephardic music spiced with jazz
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ko Amar
5:15 album only
2. Esai Einai
4:15 album only
3. Tzadik Katamar/Chemdat Yamin
6:31 album only
4. Keyn Bakodesh
5:04 album only
5. Yom Zeh L'Yisrael
4:03 album only
6. Vayiven Uziyahu/Orcha Bamidbar
7:27 album only
7. Shir Ha'Emek
4:31 album only
8. Yerushalayim Shel Zahav
6:29 album only
9. Shir LaShalom
7:46 album only
10. Hashiveinu
3:12 album only
11. Sallam
1:37 album only


Album Notes
Shakshuka is a band that delivers it’s own unique and eclectic blend of Israeli and Sephardic music spiced with jazz.

Shakshuka serves up music from a wide range of Jewish musical sources to create arrangements that, while respectful of the original traditions, are fresh and contemporary, spiced with jazz, rock and Latin influences.

Shakshuka has been performing their own unique and contemporary brand of Israeli and Sephardic music spiced with jazz for the past 10 years. Shakshuka, besides being the name of the group, is also a hot Sephardic/Israeli food that is an eclectic and spicy blend of spices, tomatoes and eggs (check out the recipe!). Besides being a fun word that rolls off your tongue, it is an appropriate metaphor for the eclectic and tasty musical style of Shakshuka.

Like the food, Shakshuka’s music is a fusion of Israeli and Sephardic music, both old and new, that folds in spicy new musical elements of jazz and rock. The result is a tasty dish that re-invents and renews the Jewish music they love. Shakshuka has performed for organizations and in venues throughout the Midwest.

"One of the nice things about Shakshuka's sound is the newness..."
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