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The new album from Avrumi Roth

“Sitz” -The new album from singer Avrumi Roth is recorded from a live event, which was a Melave Malka, accompanied by a choir of Yeshiva bachurim. About 2 months ago, Avrumi and his band got together with Gershon to make families happy on Motzei Shabbos at a Mesibat Melava Malka. And they came out with an amazing recording of this moving event. The Melave Malka took place in Petach Tikvah on the grass beneath the bright starry night sky. Avrumi told us that the children and their families shone with the precious light of true happiness that evening and he enjoyed and was very moved by the event. To the point that even until now as we hear from him about it as he recalls those minutes of happiness that came from the midst of the pain of the sick children and their families, he is truly moved. The event was recorded through quality digital recording and then the idea was born to allow everyone the opportunity to join this tremendous simcha and elation that came through the event. Avreimi wanted to turn the recording to perfection so he gave it to studio technicians where it would be executed through final mix work. However, they told him “Don’t touch this because it is special, excellent, and perfect in its own right.” So he didn’t touch it. Now all that is left is to listen to the demo, enjoy, and to wait patiently for this special album to reach stores as soon as possible.

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