Shmuel Laser | Blues for Temima

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Blues for Temima

by Shmuel Laser

Jewish Gospel songs of redemption in a jazzy/rocky blues style.
Genre: Blues: New York Blues
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1. Temima
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2. Now I Know
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4:24 album only
3. Friend
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3:13 album only
4. Journey
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4:02 album only
5. Get the Feeling
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4:58 album only
6. Bring Peace
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2:47 album only
7. Blues For Temima
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6:27 album only
8. Eyes of Heaven
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9. Now and Then
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10. Guidebook
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I am 55 years old from New York. I have been living in Israel as a citizen since 2003. I have been singing, writing, performing, and fronting original/copy bands since 1971. By the mid seventies we were headlining at some of the top clubs in Manhattan, "Folk City'" and "CBGB's", and "My Fathers Place," the top club on Long Island. I opened up for Tom Paxton in 1975 and Al Kooper in 1983. I came close to a record deal a few times but never popped.

I became a National Recording Artist in the late 1980's with a National TV/Cable jingle for Wylers "Fruit Slush" and I did local New York jingles after that. Around that time I left music and devoted my time to learning what it means to be a Jew. The 10 songs on the CD are some answers I found. Since 1985 I have been trying to live a life of traditional Torah Judaism. I am still looking for a wife and a record deal. If you are a seeker of G-d, truth and wisdom, no matter what your background, and a fan of popular music, check me out.


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hey its neal i wrote awhile back and just wanted to tell you your voice sounds great. hope your feeling well. i checked out the song ill get you ...niceeeeeeeee id love to hear from you write back..your old pal neal