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Over 40 New Downloads!

Over 40 New Downloads!

MostlyMusic.com is happy to announce some very exciting news! We have now made an incredible partnership with Sameach Music to bring you even more downloads than before. We’ve started with 40 Sameach Music titles, some of which can be downloaded for as low as $4.99.

Here is just a sample of the new albums which can be instantly downloaded via MostlyMusic.com:

Avraham Fried’s Shtar Hatanoyim, Time Is Now, Goodbye Golus, All the Best, Yiddish Gems 1 & 2, Aderaba, Forever One, You’re Never Alone & The Good Old Days.

You can also download Solid MBD, Just One Shabbos, V’Chol Mamminim and of course the rest of MBD’s full catalog of albums.

You can also download Sameach favorites like Sameach at the Wheel 1 and 2. Sameach Sephardic Dance Mix, Sameach’s Siman Tov Mazel Tov and Avraham Fried Live!

Also in the mix is Dovid Gabay’s Legabay and Omar Dovid, Yosef Chaim’s brand new debut album, YBC 3, YBC LIVE 2, The Chevra 3, HASC 21 and OHEL 5768. Of course you can also download the album that started this great new partnership, Benny Friedman’s critically acclaimed debut album, Taamu.

We are just getting started here, you can also download the new Meydad Tasa and Yonatan Shainfeld albums. You don’t want to miss this chance to load your mp3 player up with many wonderful new albums. Take advantage of this great new partnership, and remember to follow us on twitter for more updates as they come. Http://www.twitter.com/mostlymusicnews



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