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Yitzy Kaplowitz – Ein Od Milvado

Yitzy Kaplowitz – Ein Od Milvado

Ein Od Milvado is the second single to be released from singer/songwriter/guitarist Yitzy Kaplowitz’s upcoming debut album Hayom.

The song was inspired while learning an interesting maamar from the Nesivos Shalom ZY”A. It’s easy to recognize the divine providence, the Yad Hashem in supernatural miracles such as the Krias Yam Suf. It’s a little more challenging to see the Yad Hashem in the miracles that occur on a daily basis within the natural world.

The events of the past few months have made really reinforced the idea of Ein Od Milvado. Everything that occurs within the natural world occurs because of the RBS”O. We simply need to open our eyes and look at the world with the proper perspective and we will be able to appreciate the Yad Hashem in everything that occurs within the natural world.

Production Credits:
Composed and Produced by: Yitzy K
Recorded and Mixed by Jeremy Englander at Bluedoor Studios; Baltimore, MD
Mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet Mastering
Lead Vocals: Yitzy K
Additional Vocals: R’ Ephy Greene and Jeremy Staiman
Guitars: Yitzy K and Nachman Dryer
Bass: Jeremy Englander
Drums: Asher Fedi; recorded at Yaniv’s Studio; Woodland Hills; CA
Keyboard and Organ: Mendy Portnoy

Cover Art: Jeremy Staiman- Staiman Design

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