Modern chasidic music

1st album of singer David Simcha

The EIJM just received the first album of the singer David Simcha, who performs chasidic songs in Hebrew arranged with pop-rock music.

With 12 chasidic songs in Hebrew, this CD is the expression of renewed chasidic world, energetic and lively. Two songs are more meditative.
A small booklet is added to the CD, mainly written in Hebrew, with photos of Paris, and a few lyrics of each song.

Learn more about David Simcha
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