Jewish Music Blog

January 5, 2006

Sameach Podcast Lev Tahor 4 Review

Filed under: Uncategorized — jewishmusic @ 8:30 pm

This week’s Sameach Music Podcast features a Lev Tahor 4 Review by none other than me. After my post on the content of the previous review, Sameach contacted me and offered me the job of reviewing – at least for this week. They were gracious enough to send me a complimentary copy of Lev Tahor 4 to review. If you get a chance listen to the podcast and please tell me what you think about the review. Although I devoted a lot of time and effort into both the writing and recording of the review, there is no way I can be objective so I would appreciate any contructive criticism.

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3 Comments »

  1. your review was great – both the oral and wrtten versions. It’s clear that you really know your music, and your JEWISH music as well.

    Comment by Mindy — January 5, 2006 @ 11:00 pm

  2. Wow. Aryeh, you’ve finally made it big, you are now a recorded artist! Seriously, very nice review, but I like your written ones better, you can speak your mind more openly, and you have more than 60 seconds to express yourself.

    Comment by Shimon — January 7, 2006 @ 11:30 pm

  3. It’s unfortunate because they kind of read your review in a funnily overexcited tone which kind of emphasised the wrong words of each sentence….. I’m glad I read it online first! It’s very interesting reading all you know about the musical and instrumental aspects of the song because I never really pay as much attention to that. I agree with what you’ve said about auto-tune…. what is it that the YBC use on some of the solos, is that auto-tune? Because whatever it is (I’ve heard from numerous people that it isn’t completely their natural voices), I absolutely love the way some of them sound (G Poss in “kol hashem” for example), even though the natural recording wouldn’t sound that way. Good job on the review!

    Comment by Almost Yeshivish — January 8, 2006 @ 12:39 am


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