Idelsohn Society's Passover music compilation

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11 Responses to “Idelsohn Society's Passover music compilation”

  1. legionabstract says:

    [quote]our June release, BLACK SABBATH: THE SECRET MUSICAL HISTORY OF BLACK-JEWISH RELATIONS[/quote]

    I wonder if there’s any mention of the Orioles and Debbie Chessler in that.

  2. maxmoo says:

    i was grooving to the passover tape and by chance the next thing in my itunes was talib kweli hostile gospel part 2, it flowed in so well!

  3. David Pescovitz says:

    Actually it starts sundown on March 29. But yes, I made a typo. Thanks!

  4. Shekhar Sahu says:

    I didn’t hear about it.

  5. Matt Deckard says:

    Mmm… kosher-for-passover cola, in all its HFCS-lacking goodness.

  6. DasBub says:

    Anyone who names their kid “Zevulon” is okay in my book.

  7. Anonymous says:

    in regards to the picture, i thought pepsi was always kosher?

    • Aloisius says:

      in regards to the picture, i thought pepsi was always kosher?

      Depends on you’re talking about Ashkenazi or not. They don’t consider corn to be kosher for passover whereas Sephardic Jews will eat it during passover.

  8. Selkiechick says:

    I know it’s not as key a holiday- but could they perhaps be talked into mixing up a Purim playlist(next year)?

  9. Bloo says:

    Not Passover music, but I can very heartily recommend the excellent ¡Mazeltov, Mis Amigos!, a collection of Jewish songs done to Latin rhythms.

    I don’t know about you merry mutants, but I’m a sucker for cultural crossovers in music.

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