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Mordechai Ben David Nostalgia Medley – The A Team Feat. Eli Marcus & Lev Choir

Mordechai Ben David Nostalgia Medley – The A Team Feat. Eli Marcus & Lev Choir

It is without a doubt, that MBD and these songs along with their composers have inspired and continue to inspire an entire generation of Jewish Music fans and artists. Many of today’s Jewish singers, choirs & musicians have grown up listening to these songs and have no doubt played a major role in shaping their careers today. It is with great pleasure that we present to you this beautiful medley of MBD nostalgia.

A Special Thank You to Chaim Rosenberg for the inspiration behind this medley.

Original Credits:

Vaani – Composed by: MBD, Arranged by: Mona Rosenblum
Hineni – Composed by: MBD, Lyrics by: Leah Gurtzlin, Arranged by: Yisroel Lamm
I’d Rather Pray – Composed by: MBD, Lyrics by: Ribnitzer Rebbetzin, Arranged by: Yisroel Lamm
Shema Yisroel – Composed by: Tzvika Pick, Arranged by: Yisroel Lamm
Hold On – Composed by: Yossi Green (Oh Yeah! Music), Lyrics by: MBD, Arranged by: Moshe Laufer
Someday – Composed & Lyrics by: Dina Storch, Arranged by: Yisroel Lamm

Credits:
Produced & Music by: Yitzy Schwartz & The A Team Orchestra
Custom Orchestration and Conducted by: Avremi G
Choir Arranged & Conducted by: Aba Berkowitz
Post Production: Ruli Ezrachi, Platinum Productions
Mix: Yaniv Balas
Israel Concierge: R’ Steve Jobs
Marketing: Moe Wassertheil (DatzMoe)
Stage Manager: Motty Jay
Video by: Neuman Media



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