|Artist:||San Francisco Klezmer Experien||Added:||Feb 2005|
|Add Date:||2005-04-03||Pull Date:||2005-06-05||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||May 29||May 22||Apr 24||Apr 10|
|1.||May 18, 2007:||the jewish alternative
|4.||Oct 21, 2005:||the jewish alternative
|2.||Jun 07, 2006:||the evils twins
A Horkisher Nign
|5.||Sep 07, 2005:||the jewish alternative
Oy S'iz Git
|3.||Dec 09, 2005:||the jewish alternative
|6.||Aug 24, 2005:||the jewish alternative
1) Jazzy male voice and sax impros.
2) A short accordion intro for the next track.
3) A dark song sung in Yiddish by both the male and female singers.
*4) Starts as a more traditional Klezmer music piece with some nice jazzy sax and trombone solos coming later. Even later, a male voice sings a prayer with jazz drums in the background.
5) Traditional Yiddish song with female vox and clarinet.
6) Starts with a drum and a female voice talking. Theatrical. Then she sings.
*7) A bolero for a violin, clarinet, trumpet and trombone. From Tango to Klezmer.
8) Lyrics: Genesis. Prayer-like male singing leading to darabukkah and some Arab influences.
9) Female voice in yiddish, accordion and trombone.
**10) A beautiful slow and charged violin solo, leading to the next track.
**11) Starts slow and gradually picks up speed to become much, much faster, with horns joining in.
12) A Yiddish theatre song. Female voice.
13) A cheerful Yiddish song. Female voice with male background
|1.||Klezville||7.||A Horkisher Nign|
|2.||Accordion Farshpil||8.||Our Father's Children|
|3.||Harbst||9.||In Torbe Funem Vint|
|4.||Oy Tate||10.||Schwartz Doina|
|5.||Hulye Kabtsn||11.||Al's Dances|
|6.||Der Gasnpoyker||12.||Oy S'iz Git|