Rebecca Schorr and the Shabbatones | Soul's Delight

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Soul's Delight

by Rebecca Schorr and the Shabbatones

A soulful collection of old favorites and new melodies. Rebecca Schorr's sweet voice will move and delight you.
Genre: Spiritual: Judaica
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1. Or Zarua
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3:23 $0.99
2. Eit Dodim
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3:27 $0.99
3. Y'did Nefesh
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2:57 $0.99
4. L'cha Dodi
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4:47 $0.99
5. Sh'ma
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4:09 album only
6. Mi Chamocha
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2:54 album only
7. Hashkiveinu
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2:57 album only
8. Yismchu
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9. Adonai Li
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3:03 $0.99
10. Salaam/Ki Va Moed
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Album Notes
"Soul's Delight" contains selections from a musical Shabbat Service created by Rabbi Rebecca Schorr in 2002 known as "got Shabbat?". A lifelong lover of music, Rebecca has always found music to be the most basic conduit between one's soul and God. This album explores some of her favorite liturgical melodies.


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Just Beautiful
Rabbi Schorr's voice is as beautiful as a singing bird. Her range and pitch resonate in my mind and her love for Judaism which is evident in her singing fills my heart with love and joy...what a touching and genuine musical experience.


So Glad I Got This As A Gift
I got this as a gift from my mom. It's great to have on to get in the mood for Shabbat. Relaxing and a little jazzy. I think it would also be good for someone who wants to get a little more familiar with some of the songs in a service because it has some standards like Mi Chamoca and the Shma.

I especially like the renditions of Or Zarua and Salaam.