Thursday, April 15, 2004

On Sefirah Albums

MO Chassid is complaining about the "sefirah album" phenomenon of recent years.

I may post my own thoughts on the issue as time permits.

He does have an interesting typo where he writes:
What often seems to be the case these days is that when a JM composer's bank account is no longer overflowing, he sits down, turns on some rock and roll radio station and then puts some pasuking (Biblical verses) to a tune that resembles the rock song.
Pasuking! On reflection though, perhaps that isn't a bad way to describe the genre.

Update: MO emails that the typo has been corrected.