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    Artist – Rav Shmuel (Rabbi Shmuel Skaist)

    Song 1 – “Something Significant”

    Song 2 – “Science”

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    Song 3 – “Somebody Else”

    Song 4 – “Protocols”

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    Name this tune – the 1998 version of “Yesh Tikvah.”

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    The Queen
    Participant

    Looks like a came late to this game. Sounds like fun. Comlink-X, I don’t know a 1998 version of Yesh Tikvah. I do know the real version with the chords.

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    “Kulanu Echad” by Yeedle Werdyger. Listen to it and

    you’ll see what I mean. (I think it’s a better song.)

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    Chortkov
    Participant

    Wow, somebody else noticed that “Kulanu Echad” and “Shiru Lamelech” – Track 1 and Track 6 on the same albulm are the same song! I don’t know if it’s better; it’s certainly different. It is faster and more upbeat than the “Kumzits Style” Shiru Lamelech

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    That’s not what I said. Are you referring to something else in this thread?

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    Chortkov
    Participant

    Comlink – What were you referring to when you mentioned this song? If you listen to the second part of both Track 1 [Shiru Lamelech] and Track 6 [Kulanu Echad] of that albulm, you’ll notice every note is the same; it’s amazing how he got away with the same song twice on one albulm.

    what were you pointing out?

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    Hashemisreading
    Participant

    1. “No its not just your imagination”

    2. “Stand strong and you will find your way”

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    Oy oy oy yakni vuh hoy!

    #1194353

    Bump.

    #1194354

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Table!

    #1194355

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Ooops I thought you said “Name That Spoon!” 😉

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    JM613
    Participant

    Shapiro’s wine

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    Puff the kosher dragon

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    JM613
    Participant

    Right on!

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    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    An emes’er aishes chayil; the aish is from her nose.

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    DaMoshe
    Participant

    A very sad week for the Jewish music world, with the passing of Ben Zion Shenker.

    I am a huge fan of the Modzitzer music, and often use it in my davening.

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    golfer
    Participant

    Totally agree, DaM.

    A great loss.

    A remarkable fusion of musical talent with Torah, Avodah & mentshlichkeit.

    So much of the so-called Jewish music we listen to today misses the mark, at least in my opinion.

    He did us all a great service in preserving the art of true Jewish neginah.

    (IMHO there’s nothing like listening to the Modzitz Kaddish & Shoshanas Yaakov. I’m sure you have your favorites too.)

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    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    (IMHO there’s nothing like listening to the Modzitz Kaddish & Shoshanas Yaakov. I’m sure you have your favorites too.)

    I do have my favorites, including those.

    Aside from his preserving Modzitzer nigunim for us and future generations, he composed many beautiful nigunim of his own, some of which are standards which some people are surprised to learn were composed after the war.

    These include the famous Eishes Chayil, Mizmor L’Dovid, and Yosis Alayich.

    Y’hi zichro baruch.

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