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Shir-Yaakov breaks out some new tunes for Chanukah

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Shir-Yaakov (center) making some music with the fine folks last year at Isabella Freedman.

Giving some props to everyone’s favorite wandering Jewsician Rabbi Shir-Yaakov Feinstein-Feit for his new recordings, done this month out west (not yet mixed but on their way). Let me tell you folks, they sound even better when performed live in a cabin in the woods with some magical Chanukah lights in the background and a whole bunch of back to the earth Jews with guitars and djembes. Stay tuned to Jewschool for more info on the new album, coming soon.
Adam Olam Katan (My personal favorite)
I’m Here
Or Zarua
Waterfall/Firefly

3 thoughts on “Shir-Yaakov breaks out some new tunes for Chanukah

  1. yayyyyyy!!!!!!!
    i will never forget the erev shabbos at romemu, when he did his version of “higaleh na…”
    i still sing that tune, and i love it so…
    is it available anywhere online?

  2. Higaleh Na (lyric from Yedid Nefesh) recorded with an iTalk and a noisy humidifier — not quite the same as singing it in community, but a good reminder of the melody.

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