Sol Tevél | World Light

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World Light

by Sol Tevél

"World Light" is an World/Hebrew/Roots album that aims to shed a new light and contemporary interpretation on old Hebrew & Jewish texts, ideals and mysticism.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Modé Ani (San Francisco)
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2. Hiné
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3. Oseh Shalom
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4. Boee Kala
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5. I'm Gonna Love
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6. Shalom Aleichem/Salam Aleikum
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7. Tfila
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8. Samba Sababa
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9. Modé Ani (Jamaica)
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10. How Good
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11. Orolam (World Light)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The goal of "World Light" is to shed new light, contemporary interpretation, and connection to old Hebrew & Jewish texts, ideals and mysticism. This project is a new musical experience that expresses the changes occurring in the Jewish religion and tradition around the world and further connects Hebrew to a variety of global musical traditions.


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PaisleyPup

Fun, world Jewish music
This album has many reggae-influenced cuts, and a few Brazilian jazz-influenced cuts, and a few "who knows?" - I have a large library of contemporary Jewish music, and this was a welcome addition. My only beefs with it were that there were no transliterations in the liner notes, and the parts of the songs that weren't familiar to me from prayers were often sung very quickly (indicating someone fluent in conversational Hebrew, which I am not :)). I prefer music I can sing to, but I could only sing to parts of it. That said, it is a wonderful album!