Debbie Brukman | Shir L'shabbat: Jewish Songs for Kids & Tots

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Shir L'shabbat: Jewish Songs for Kids & Tots

by Debbie Brukman

Spend Saturday morning (Shabbat) in Brooklyn with Debbie Brukman and her band! Jewish songs for kids of all ages
Genre: Kids/Family: Sing-Along/Interactive
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1. Bim Bam
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2. Walking Down the Street (feat. Howard Karp)
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3. Am Yisrael Chai
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4. There's a Dinosaur, Knocking At My Door (feat. Oren Kaunfer)
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5. Chicken Soup for Shabbat
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6. Give a Little Hug
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7. Hallelu (feat. Adam Strum)
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8. Zol Zein Shabbos (feat. Howard Karp)
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9. Mah Yafeh Hayom
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10. Shir L'shabbat (feat. Adam Strum & Oren Kaunfer)
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Album Notes
"Debbie Brukman has got to have the largest following of young children in Brooklyn - and especially important for her brand of Jewish education, these little kids show up with their instruments to jam with her. Kids from 18 months and up cram onto her rainbow rug moshpit to sing Shabbat songs with a fervor unseen in New York City since Max's Kansas City or CBGBs were all the rage. It's a hot experience." - Rabbi Andy Bachman, CBE Brooklyn


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