Enchanted Jewish music: Enrico Macias and Socalled

A radio broadcast of Radio CJRS Montreal hosted by Hélène Engel

La culture juive enchantée - 18 juin 2017, Radio CJRS Montréal (1650 AM)

Hélène Engel presents the albums Sleepover by Socalled and Voyage d’une mélodie by Enrico Macias.
These albums, on which both artists worked together were released in 2011. Enrico Macias sings in Socalled’s album and the title of the first song of Enrico Macias’ album "Tu n’es pas seul au monde" is the French translaction of Socalled’s first song "You are never alone".


Hélène Engel is a singer, musicologist, author, composer and arranger. She is interested in all aspects of Jewish music, from the collecting of historical sounds to today’s compositions. Based in Montreal, she hosts the radio show " The hidden sides of Jewish Music" on Radio SHALOM Montreal.

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