Cantor Bruce Benson | The Rock Service

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The Rock Service

by Cantor Bruce Benson

Cantor Bruce Benson's groundbreaking, Grammy-nominated recording, featuring a solo from Bruce Springsteen sax-man Clarence Clemons.
Genre: Spiritual: Jewish Folk
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1. L'cha Dodi
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2. Bar'chu
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3. Sh'ma
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4. Mi Chamocha
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5. V'shamru
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6. Shalom Rav
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7. Bless This House
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8. Better World
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9. Healing Prayer
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10. V'ne'emar
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11. Adonai Li
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12. Let the Earth Rejoice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Cantor Bruce Benson's groundbreaking recording was a first-round Grammy nominee. This album offers a modern, upbeat approach to the weekly Shabbat service. Bruce and the 70-member choir, along with the talented Tzur Yisrael band, create a new way to pray!

HEALING PRAYER features a solo from Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band's sax-man, the late Clarence Clemons.


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