Klingon Klezmer | Honey Would You Be Meshuga Tonite

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Honey Would You Be Meshuga Tonite

by Klingon Klezmer

Good old-fashioned, heartwarming, rompin', stompin', fun-for-the-whole-family klezmer/jazz fusion from other planets, played by genuine aliens masquerading as virtuoso musicians.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Klingon Mating Dance
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2. Nice Jewish Wedding in New Orleans
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3. Party At the End of the Universe
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4. Shab'hi
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5. Zeyde Tants
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6. Babes in White Satin
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7. Anti-fascist March
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8. Waltz
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9. Zol Shoin Kumen
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10. Baym Rebn
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11. Meshugaach
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12. Vienna Freilach
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13. Lost World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
KLINGON KLEZ: the klezmer band your parents warned you about !
takes klez to warp drive with a contemporary sound infusion. Klezmer (a.k.a. Jewish party music)is a 500-year-old tradition that has enjoyed ongoing crossovers with its neighbors--originally Middle Eastern, Balkan, Greek and Gypsy music. This seven-member ensemble, made up of some of Philly's jazz, funk and dixieland players and directed by renegade cantor Jack Kessler, keeps the tradition evolving and rocking. Proving that everyone can be uplifted and have a whole lot of fun at the same time, KLINGON KLEZ concerts typically produce mass dancing in the aisles and occasional departure into orbit.


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wildcoho

Pretty serious stuff despite the silly name.
Despite the silly name (though we are Trek fans), this is pretty serious klezmer music. I bought it for my husband for Chanukah, and he was skeptical until he listened to it. I bought it because it came highly recommended on this website, and we weren't disappointed.

klezmer shack

Yup. It's another klezmer jamband, and another very fun one! More to the point,
there's the Klingon Klezmorim, every bar mitzvah kid's (and their parents) dream. The album blurb claims klezmer music infused with jazz, funk, and dixieland. In practice, there's also a fair helping of chavurah-style nigun, some classical (esp. on "Vienna Freilach") and the occasional reminder of our non-religious Jewish roots as in the Yiddish Socialist "Anti-Fascist March" followed only a couple of songs later by "Zol Shoin Kumen"--the Messiah will come soon. . There's even some shtetl nostalgia! It's all accompanied by some lovely jamming. Yup. It's another klezmer jamband, and another very fun one! More to the point, a damn good band, musically. Damn, I really like this, especially when I need to speak to my dominant personality,