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Audio: Diverse Musicians Celebrate Jerusalem's Old City


An audio journey through the narrow alleyways of ancient Jerusalem for the annual Sounds of the Old City festival.
4/2/2014, 9:40 PM

A7 Radio's "Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast" with Ben Bresky
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Part 1:

Join the Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast on an audio journey to the Sounds of the Old City festival in Jerusalem.

Listen to an interview with organizer Aner Ozery on why he loves the nooks and crannies of the historic streets. Plus, great music from the Gat Brothers, the Atroosh Ensemble, the Hebrews of Dimona, Gole Anar, the Amechaye Klezmer Band, Danny Robas, the Naam Ensemble, and more. For full photo essay click here.

Part 2:

Passover Mega Music Mix

Tune in for yet another mix of crazy funky, authentic, original, traditional, groovy Pesach music for your seder table.

Featuring: Shlomo Carlebach, Joy Division, Shlomo Bar & Habrera Hativeet, Shalom Sesame, Rabbi Haim Louk, the Congos, Bob Marley, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, Yigal Bashan, Avi Toledano, and more.

For last year's Passover song special click here.

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Ben Bresky is a music journalist and recording engineer living in Jerusalem. He hosts The Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast interviewing a wide range of Jewish and Israeli musicians from Carlebach to klezmer, from hasidic to trance. For full archives visit http://IsraelBeat.blogspot.com
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