“Avodat Halev” – Aryeh Kunstler & Itzik Dadya

by yossi | August 13, 2023 6:38 pm

Singer, songwriter, musician, producer and arranger Aryeh Kunstler has worn many hats over the last two decades. These past few years though, his writing and composing has really jumped leaps and bounds from the rocker we known back on his first two albums in the early 2000’s.

He has been releasing deep songs with poignant messages. Songs the cut right to ones soul and makes you cry. Songs like Keli, Sari’s Song and These Words.

So its not surprise when Kunstler started teasing a new song and releasing ten second teasers with the message what does a “Eved Hashem” mean that we were getting excited.

Introducing “Avodat Halev,” translated to mean the work of the heart. This song with its simple arrangement yet deep meaningful message is sure to help listeners connect to the creator on a whole other level. Add to that the fact that Aryeh teamed up with one of the most popular Israeli artists our there Itzik Dadya, and you have a winner. Aryeh‘s English lyrics and Dadya‘s Hebrew really bring the song home in a big was for more people to understand and connect to the message. The two compliment each other and the song starts to take on a whole new dimension.

Produced by: Aryeh Kunstler, Itzik Dadya, Avi Turner, and Chad Kaminetzky

Lyrics: Aryeh Kunstler and Moshe Kunstler

Guitars: Noam Hargol Burg & Aryeh Kunstler

Drums: Barak Aharon

Bass: Avi Turner

Keys: Andrew Freedman and Avi Turner

Synths and Programming: Avi Turner

Mix and Master: Avi Turner

Vocals recorded at Roar Recording – Lawrence, NY

Ever since I was a child I have followed in your ways

Now that I am older it is harder I must say

I have my own free will, still I choose You

Being a servant’s not a burden

When you’re working for the King

Who loves you like a son and daughter

Only wants to bring you closer

Bring me close

When I feel so far, from where you are אנא ה׳

אני עבדך

בן אמתך

פתחת למוסרי

אני עבד של המלך לא צריך להיות בודד,

כי כל העבודה שלי היא עבודת הלב

והוא תמיד רוצה שנתקרב.

וכל החיים שלי חיים של אמונה

כשאני צריך אותך אני תמיד אני קורא לך

אנא ה׳ הצליחה נא

Sometimes it’s gonna feel Like your world is gonna break

ואין לך מקום ואין יותר לאן ללכת אל תשכח

Never forget

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