Black, Rabbi Joe
Sounds Write Productions
What does a rabbi do on sabbatical? If you are Joe Black you whip up some new songs, tune your guitar, and head off to Los Angeles to record with musical whiz, Troy Dexter, and guest vocalist Patti Linsky. This 11 song English and Hebrew recording features brilliant new contemplative songs Messengers on High (expressing our potential to be God’s messengers), Blessing and the Curse (how sometimes it is hard to tell the difference), Apollo (a tribute to Ilan Ramon and the space shuttle Columbia crew), as well as on the lighter side, Who Led the Slaves Out? (a parody on Who Let the Dogs Out?), and Valentine’s Day is Not a Jewish Holiday (That’s Why I Didn’t Buy You Flowers). New original melodies for Yism’chu, Ein Adir, and Two Prayers are guaranteed to become favorites in Joe’s growing repertoire. When you hear Joe’s skillful guitar playing, his thoughtful lyrics, and smooth, silky vocals, you too will appreciate Rabbi Joe’s sabbatical!
|1||Messengers on High
|3||Valentine's Day is Not a Jewish Holiday
|5||Blessing and the Curse
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