Thursday, June 27, 2013

From the mailbag....

Cantor Paul Dorman emails about his new album, "I See the Whole World Shine." Dorman who blends English verses with Hebrew choruses, describes his songs as "contemporary, inspirational songs with a pop/rock feel."

Amazon has the album here:

My Mother's Brisket

Over at the Arty Semite, Mark Cohen writes about Rick Moranis' new album "My Mother's Brisket & Other Love Songs" in "Is Rick Moranis 'Too Jewish'?"

Amazon has the album here:

Friday, June 21, 2013

Thank You, Peter Himmelman!

Peter Himmelman is giving away his latest album with his new band, Minnesota for free for a few days. You can download it from his website here, as long as you agree to listen to it.

He posts on his Facebook page "It's free for a few days. Nothing to sign or trade or give back, we ask only that you listen to it. Listening to it is the new cash! Ain't that right?"

Have a rocking Shabbos!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

More Peeps

Some more peeps for y'all...

The "Flamboyantly Gay Simcha Dance Leader"

Because nothing says "welcome to ol hamitzvos" like a flamboyantly queer male dancer leading your  Bar Mitzvah boy and his yeshivish classmates in simcha dancing.

The "Lesbian Yeshiva Boy"
This peep is stylin' for cuz's frum wedding, dressed like a 7-8 year old yeshiva boy. White dress shirt, matching pinstriped slacks and vest, with no jacket. Oh, and she rocks the payes. Long ones, like the yeshivish kids all have.

The "Can't Count Teacher"
This peep will hire you to accompany her kindergarten class at graduation. At rehearsal the week of the event, you will discover that she's taught the kids one song in 4/4 with an extra bar of 1/8. In another, she's got three dropped beats somewhere in middle. She'll also count in the songs in 3/4 even though they are all in 4/4.