|Album:||Hebrew Love Songs||Collection:||World|
|Artist:||Ben Shalom, Achi||Added:||Oct 2003|
|Add Date:||2003-11-24||Pull Date:||2004-01-26||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Jan 25||Jan 18||Jan 11||Jan 4||Dec 28||Dec 21||Dec 14|
|1.||Jul 20, 2007:||the jewish alternative
|4.||Sep 07, 2005:||the jewish alternative
|2.||Nov 17, 2006:||the jewish alternative
|5.||Jan 27, 2005:||Sun in Libra, Moon in Pisces
|3.||Feb 24, 2006:||the jewish alternative
|6.||Jan 20, 2005:||the jewish alternative
Eil Ginat Egoz
Track 1, Iti Milvanon: Breezy start; slow, deep male vocals
Track 2, Bona Habanot: Sounds more like traditional middle-eastern dance music, with drums and flute. Male chorus in the vocals.
Track 3, Sh’ney Shoshanim: Slower male vocals plus drums.
Track 5, Ro-eh vero-ah: Great instrumental prelude, male chorus vocals with steady beat. Layered orchestration with piano and violin.
Track 6, Eil Ginat Egoz: Beatiful piano start and soft flute throughout.
Track 8, Lif’not Sachar: Short flute refrain.
Track 9, Im Hashachar: “Breathy” male vocals, Drumming and other percussion.
Track 10, Neitzeh Hasadeh: Short performance by acapella-ish choir.
Track 11, Hinach Yafah: Short exquisite piece with piano and flute. Transported me right to the hills of Jerusalem.
Track 12, Ki Tinam: Slower, soft singing with accompanying guitar.
Track 14, Hana-avah Babanot: Similar to 11 as it begins. Male vocals and accompanying female choir.
|1.||Iti Malvanon||8.||Lifnot Shachar|
|2.||Bona Habanot||9.||Im Hashachar|
|3.||Sh'ney Shoshanim||10.||Neitzeh Hasadeh|
|4.||Eit Dodim||11.||Hinach Yafah|
|5.||Ro-Eh Vero-Ah||12.||Ki Tinam|
|6.||Eil Ginat Egoz||13.||Eshkolit|
|7.||Bien N'har P'rat||14.||Hana-Avah Babanot|