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One World

by Los Lantzmun

Eleven timeless songs from around the Jewish world, infused with modern influences.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Olam Echad (One World)
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4:52 album only
2. The Faithful Violin
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3:12 album only
3. Wedding Dances
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3:10 album only
4. Avram Avinu
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3:41 album only
5. Erev Shel Shoshanim/Yarous
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5:29 album only
6. Kolemeike
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3:43 album only
7. Kirya
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6:20 album only
8. Shomer Yisrael
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3:24 album only
9. Niggun
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3:47 album only
10. Di Sapozhkelekh (My Boots)
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4:30 album only
11. Sh'ma Ha'El
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We like to describe our music as "Jewish World Fusion," but you may have your own definition! Our songs are derived from Eastern European, Sephardi, and Middle Eastern sources, and performed in a contemporary style with a driving percussive backbeat. We sing in Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino (Judeo-Spanish). Our performances provide an overview of Jewish culture and history, moving seamlessly from joyous Klezmer tunes to haunting Spanish ballads to rhythmic Israeli and Yemenite melodies.

We infuse traditional Jewish music with a modern sensibility.

The name of the band is derived from a Yiddish word meaning "someone from your town," or "kinsman." The Spanish/Ladino word Los is a reminder of the broad base of musical styles which we draw upon, and the fact that we fuse traditional elements with our experience in the modern world.

We are...

Hal Aqua: Vocals, guitar, oud, mandolin, and anything he can get ahold of with strings.
Ariella Lapidot: Vocals, Israeli Dance!
Alan Greenberg: Oboe
Miriam Rosenblum: Recorders, penny whistles, button accordion
Sherman Jacobs: Violin
Ira Sherman: Percussion, congas, dumbek, djembe
Michael Mendelson: Upright and electric bass, cello

To find out more about us including pictures and upcoming performances, click on our web site link at left.


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Judy Solomon

My family loves it!
Kids & adults alike will thrill to this lively, undiluted, global Jewish sound. The notes, rhythms and vocals play straight into our collective soul; but you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this CD. No watering down or juvenilizing; it's a pure tonic for the heart on each track. This music really moves!

Marjorie Berman

Uplifting, soulful, energizing--a terrific mix of world music!
Los Landsman is a wonderful, balanced collection of Jewish music from around the world. It manages to be quite varied without feeling disjointed as it moves from region to region or switches musical modality. I never get tired of listening to it and always find it energizing, grounding, and nourishing for the soul! Couldn't recommend it more!

TraderTif

Very Good!
This is a very lively and upbeat CD. Very energetic, and fun to listen to! It will put you in a good mood!

Peggy Brody

I gave a disk as a gift & it was defective. I haven't checked the others!
Please see above. I will check the others & let you know. Thanx for asking.