by yossi | April 2, 2012 1:43 pm
Singing sensation Eli Beer continues to captivate listeners with his heartfelt compositions and stirring voice that is laden with both warmth and emotion. His unique style defies description with music that draws listeners in and reaches to the depths of their very souls.
Eli joins with the world renowned Freilach Band and the extremely talented Zemiros Choir for Ve’yiyu Rachamecho, a song whose style is equal parts Reb Shlomo Carlebach and Rebbe’s Tish. With words from Friday night Zemiros, asking for divine mercy on behalf of Klal Yisroel, this Hartzig song depicts the closeness we feel to Hakadosh Baruch Hu and our longing for His everlasting presence in our lives. Eli’s mesmerizing vocals meld seamlessly with the incomparable musical abilities of Freilach Band’s musicians par excellence: Avrumi Schreiber, Mendy Hershkowitz and Nachman Dreyer, further enhanced by the flawless harmonies of Yoel Polatseck’s Zemiros Choir: Yoel Friedrich, Avrumi Holczler, Suchi Gelbman and Shmuel Ungar, and the one and only dear friend of Eli’s Meilich Kohn. With beautiful footage by director Yoely Stauber – My Vision Studio and organized by Moshe Kravitz, Ve’yiyu Rachamecho literally comes to life before your very eyes and there is no doubt that this clip is sure to make Eli Beer a household name.
You can buy the single at MostlyMusic.com for just 99 cents.
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