Unknown Artist - You Don't Have To Be Jewish To Love Israeli Disco album flac
|A1||Tsena Tsena = צאנה צאנה|
|A2||Bashana Haba'ah = בשנה הבאה|
|A3||Oseh Shalom = עושה שלום|
|Medley = מחרוזת|
|A4.1||Have Nagila = הבה נגילה|
|A4.2||Hevenu Shalom Alechem = הבנו שלום עליכם|
|A4.3||Finjan = פינג'אן|
|A4.4||Vsheavtem Mayim Besasson = ושאבתם מים בששון|
|B1||Exodus = אקסודוס|
|B2||Shein Vi Di Levune = שיין וי די לבונה|
|B3||By Mir Bistu Shein = בי מיר ביסטו שיין|
|Medley = מחרוזת|
|B4.1||Chatan Kala = חתן וכלה|
|B4.2||Mazal Tov = מזל טוב|
|B4.3||Rabbi Elimelech = הרבי אלימלך|
|B4.4||If I Were A Rich Man = לו הייתי רוטשילד|
|B4.5||Chiri Bim Chiri Bom = צ'ירי בים צ'ירי בום|
|B4.6||Chave = חוה|
|B4.7||The Rabbi And His Wife = הרבי ואשתו|
|B4.8||Freilachs = היהודי ואשתו|
- Recorded At – Triton Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hed Arzi Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Hed Arzi Ltd.
- Bass Guitar – Yossi Menachem
- Design [Disign] – Yiftach Alon
- Directed By [Music Direction], Arranged By [Arrangements], Piano, Electric Piano [Fender] – Rony Weiss
- Drums, Percussion – Meir Israel
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Orit Zolotov
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Jacob Moreno*
- Guitar – Haim Romano
- Producer – Zvika Kagan
- Saxophone [Sax], Clarinet [Klarinet] – Morton Kam
- Strings [Special Thanks To] – Itzchak Markovetzky*, The Members Of The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra*
- Synthesizer – Arik Rodich*
- Trombone [Trombon] – Moshe Kofman
- Trumpet – Abraham Felder*, Ilan Eshed
- Voice – Lea Lupatin*, Yardena Arazi, Zvi Booms
- Voice, Bass Guitar – Moti Dichne
Notes℗ & © 1979 Hed Arzi Ltd. The Israel Records Manufacturing Co. Ramat Gan, Israel.
Made in Israel.
|BAN 14755||Unknown Artist||Israeli Disco Fever = קדחת הדיסקו הישראלי (LP)||Hed-Arzi||BAN 14755||Israel||1979|
Here is the Israeli group Hadorbanim (הדורבנים) singing "Shuv Hadisco Kan" (Hebrew: שוב הדיסקו כאן, English: Disco Here Again) with misheard (buffalaxed) lyrics - . I nicknamed this buffalax video as "Shoot the Disco Gun" after the misheard lyric in the song.
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You don't have to be Jewish to be an Israeli citizen, though I note that many people think you do :) I think the confusion arises because of the Law Of Return. This states simply that any ANY Jew can become an Israeli citizen. But many people think it says ONLY Jews can do this. Obviously there's a big difference between the two! I know several non Jews who went to Israel, fell in love with it, and are now happy Israeli citizens. The only complaint they had was over all the red tape etc, but I'd say this is common to many countries. Anonymous · 1 decade ago.
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