Friday, June 22, 2007

From the mailbag...

Warren Cohen writes:
Are there any Jewish club daters from the 1970's still playing?
"Argood" writes:
Hello there, do you by any chance have any Freilech Hora Keyboard Styles you can email me?
PT writes:
Kabbalah was one of the best Jewish Rock Bands to come out of the ‘80s.

Let’s face it.

Kabbalah was one of the ONLY Jewish Rock Bands to come out of the ‘80s.

Kabbalah was one of the first bands to fuse Jewish Music and lyrics with real rock music, and released two albums, Kabbalah, and Kabbalah: Classic, in 1986 and 1987. The Moshe Skier Band plays many songs from these albums. They were originally released as cassettes, and have been out of print for 20 years.


Thanks to the MAGIC of the INTERNETS, and MP3 download technology, the seminal Jewish Rock albums Kabbalah and Kabbalah: Classic can be yours for download!

Act now and the first 20 orders will get a free Ginsu Knife*

Visit here for more details:

or (scroll down for Kabbalah)

Moshe Skier (founding member of Kabbalah)

*subject to availability**

**we don’t have any Ginsu knives
Dovid Kerner writes:

Wish I had a happier song for you - Sderot Town at
Moshe Axelrod writes:
Hey Eden Fans,
Just posted is a never before heard version of Min Hameztar! It is not the Album or the EP version it was completed sometime after the record was released and has its own flare and sound to it. For more info on the song and what it is read our Newest Blog Post . The New version is the Fourth Song on our list and can be heard here