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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Sach Hakol

On my recent trip to Israel I picked up Yonatan Razel's debut CD, Sach Hakol. It is exquisite, something very different and special. Unfortunately, I can't find it online and I don't know whether it is available at all in the U.S.

If you see it at your local Judaica store, buy it. If you live in, or happen to be visiting, Israel, get it.

I give it the MoC guarantee.



  • At 11:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    that means crappy music?

  • At 11:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'll second the Haskama- a powerful and beautiful album with real depth and authentic, "heatzigeh", ehrilche "Jewish" music...inspiring music from an inspired, sweet person.
    kol tuv
    judah mischel

  • At 5:02 PM, Blogger MoChassid said…


    Only if you think MBD is great music.

  • At 1:25 PM, Blogger Shira Salamone said…

    MOC, I confess that I'm extremely frustrated listening to those songs by Aron Razel that aren't based on texts that I know--my Hebrew simply isn't up to the task. I assume that I'd have the same problem with his brother's music, which is why I haven't looked for any, though I've heard good things about it. Is there any place where I can find translations of Aron's and Yonatan's songs?

  • At 1:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    no, i think mbd, shwekey, lipa is good; i think razel is good, eitan katz, everybody. I listen and like all styles

  • At 9:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Most of the texts are straight from the sources (TANACH, TFILLAH) so there's no reason to be frustrated - be happy that youre being introduced to unfamiliar ground. The music is also something to consider, and none of the other names mentioned here reach the level of Razelian composition. Enjoy!


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