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David Simcha Release “Devai” Playback

David Simcha Release “Devai” Playback

David Simcha‘s first album, produced by Moshe Laufer, received a special reception, and was grabbed off the shelves like fresh bread. The producers told us that the album is in reprinting and for Yom Tov there will be plenty of new copies available in stores.

A few of the songs on the album have been played on radio stations and on websites already, and a number of them have been eyed to be wedding hits in the next month and a half. Until then, he is releasing a second single from the album, composed by Yitzy Waldner. They are also releasing for the first time an original attic playback version mixed by the great Eli Lishinsky from New York.
The album is filled with big hits, with 11 compositions of Moshe and Eli Laufer, Yitzy Waldner, Pinky Weber, Ariel Klikshtein, and David Simcha. Arrangements on the album were done by Moshe Laufer himself. Shmuel Yonah and Eli Lishinsky also did a number of arrangements and recordings for the album as well.

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