18 Shvat 5782 / Thursday, January 20, 2022 | Torah Reading: Va'era
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  Mama Rochel  
By Yaakov Shwekey
Update date: 10/16/2021, 20:40
Listen to heartfelt words to “Mama Rochel” on behalf of her children. Composed By Abie Rotenberg (Journeys, Vol. 4). Sung by Yaakov Shwekey.

  Yaakov Shwekey - מרן שלי  
By Yaakov Shwekey
Update date: 10/8/2021, 08:19
Single of Maran Ovadia Yosef - Yaakov Shwekey

  Master of the Field (בעל השדה)  
By Rabbi David'l Weinberg
Update date: 6/5/2021, 21:51
Listen to Rebbe Nachman's "Master of the Field" (Likutei Mohoran 65:1). When we find the Tzaddik within, we can look at each other and see their beauty.

  Song from a Secret Garden  
By David Sudaly
Update date: 10/19/2021, 15:59
Breslev Israel is happy to introduce David Sudaley - cellist, pianist, and composer - with melodic and soothing music for the soul.

  מעט מן האור (A Little Bit of Light)  
By Eliezer Kosoy
Update date: 11/10/2020, 14:49
"Elyon" (from the names Elizer Kosoy and Yonason Hill) has released a new album “Me’at Min Ha’Or” - A Little Bit of Light.

  Adam Yesodo (אדם יסודו)  
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 9/23/2020, 08:40
Listen to the words from a song that is part of the Rosh Hashana -Yom Kippur liturgy. May we sing our way through the Book of the Living for the ONE above!

  Peace in the World  
By Nissim Black
Update date: 9/16/2020, 08:56
Nissim Black and Avi Delevanti bring this song - in French, Hebrew, and English - to show the unity of mankind in Jerusalem.

By Nissim Black
Update date: 9/9/2020, 10:22
This song highlights the struggle of going through the same issues until you are finally able to shake them off. "Rerun" is an anthem to arouse people to "dust off" the things that prevent them from advancing.

By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 10/27/2020, 09:12
In the Anapoli cemetery rests the Maggid of Mezritch and Reb Zusha. Katz, a Cohen, couldn't enter. "Ribbono Shel Olam, I want to be part of the fire that my friends inside are tuning into.”

  הריני - I Hereby...  
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/17/2020, 07:45
Each person carries inside a something that no one else has. The more I love what makes the other person special and I can see it in him, the more it appears in my own life.

  מי אני - Who Am I?  
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/17/2020, 07:43
Featured in Shlomo’s Q&A with Rabbi Arush, this song was composed on the way to Medziboz. The lyrics answer all our questions on emuna – who are we, and Who are we dealing with?

  תודה (Thank You)  
By Shlomo Katz
Update date: 8/17/2020, 07:44
The greatest work of our lives, is simply to be able to appreciate what we already have, recognize that it did not come from us or others, and thank the Creator of the World who gave it to us.

By Nissim Black
Update date: 8/29/2020, 21:06
Win" is a song about the threat of our victorious nature to the things that stand in our way. The quickest way to overcome obstacles isn't going around them, but rather to push through them. "Win" is a theme song for winners.

  Ana B'Koach  
By Yosef Daniel
Update date: 8/17/2020, 15:41
Yosef Daniel composed this new melody for Ana B’Koach. “This is my Ana B’Koach. One day, I would like to have the honor of singing it for Rabbi Arush!"

  Nissim Black - King of the World  
By Nissim Black
Update date: 8/7/2020, 14:12
"King of the World" is a fiery new single that will lead you to feeling the majesty of Hashem's kingship.

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