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Eliran Elbaz Hosts Tzion Golan – Na’Aleh Na’leh Medley

Eliran Elbaz Hosts Tzion Golan – Na’Aleh Na’leh Medley

The singer and bouzouki player Eliran Elbaz has not stopped for a minute, and is releasing another single from his project “Eliran Elbaz – M’A’Reiach”. In it, Elbaz is bringing us back to the classics, to the foundation stones of nostalgic Mediterranean music.

The “Na’Aleh Na’leh Medley”, is an upbeat and vibrant medley, in which Elbaz decided to feature the Yemenite musical king, Tzion Golan. In a rare occasion, we have a special medley of songs in Hebrew and not in Yemenite pronunciation. The two of them perform together four classics from the repertoire of Mediterranean song, “Na’Aleh Na’leh”, “Mah Yihiyeh”, “Al Tira Yisrael”, and “B’zichri Yamim Yamima.”, in a special and enrapturing performance.

Musical Production: Eliran Elbaz

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