The Rough Guide to Klezmer Revival

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Klezmer is the vivacious Jewish music, played traditionally at weddings and other celebrations. In the 1980s, new klezmer groups wanted more than just to revive the traditions of the past but to once again create a living tradition. They incorporated various styles, such as rock and roll and jazz with age-old Jewish folk traditions. The Rough Guide To Klezmer Revival features the giants of this ever-thriving musical tradition. Compiled by Dan Rosenberg.

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1. GERMAN GOLDENSHTEYN: Moldavian Freylakhs
2. CHAVA ALBERSTEIN WITH THE KLEZMATICS: Ovnt Lid
3. JOEL RUBIN ENSEMBLE: Vinnitsa
4. BRAVE OLD WORLD: Makh Tsi Di Eygele
5. DI NAYE KAPELYE:Sirba/A Briv Fun Yisroel
6. GIORA FEIDMAN: Dancing With The Rabbi
7. SID BECKERMAN & HOWIE LEESS: Ot Azoy
8. THE ZMIROS PROJECT: Veshom
9. KONSONANS RETRO: Khasitsky Tanets & Ho
10. KHARKOV KLEZMER BAND: Belkele
11. STEVEN GREENMAN: Odessa Freylekhs
12. YALE STROM WITH HOT PSTROMI & KLASSJ: Caf Jew Zoo
13. VERETSKI PASS: Tatarisher Longa
14. BUDOWITZ: Tsu Der Khupe
15. KLEZMER CONSERVATORY BAND: Mayn Ershte Vals
16. ANDY STATMAN: Flatbush Waltz
17. FRANK LONDONS KLEZMER BRASS ALL-STARS FEAT KOL ISHA: Thay Yeshua Zoys
18. MERLIN SHEPHERD KAPELYE: Ode To Favouritism & Corruption


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