Schools are back in session, summer vacations are behind us, and the busy Jewish holiday season is only weeks away. But while you were relaxing over the summer, your favorite Israeli artists have been hard at work, cranking out one hit after another. Here are ten of the most popular songs on Israeli radio stations this past month. Just try to get it out of your head…. For the rest of us, this happy, upbeat tune was the perfect soundtrack for a day at the beach. That is, until his latest track came out…. Someone needs to explain this to me. Is it a metaphor for something else?
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Make a greatest-hits album, of course! These are the best greatest hits compilations from the giants of Hebrew music, of all different musical genres. Let it be your crash course in Israeli musical culture as you get to fast forward through all the filler songs, and just listen to those iconic popular songs that all Israelis know. Talk about two birds with one stone: Shlomo Artzi is considered by many to be THE biggest musical personality in Israel. Going strong since , he still puts on charismatic live performances and continues to create new music. Artzi teamed up with Shalom Hanoch, the father of Israeli rock, also making music since the s, for this concert recorded live from the Roman amphitheater in Caesarea on the Mediterranean coast. It catches the best of the both of them — and Israeli musical history — in one album. Her music is ingrained in Israeli pop culture. Rocking her full head of spiral curls, and wielding her well-worn guitar, Ravitz still performs her timeless hits at music festivals and in concert.
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By and large, the biggest Israeli musical memories of will undoubtedly restore your faith in the mission and purpose of the State of Israel. How often can you say THAT in the entertainment industry these days? The world was blown away by the sight of dozens of their favorite music stars in the same room, recording a song to help end hunger in Africa. Today, however, most people you speak with tend to remember the song as cheesy and forgettable. Fast forward to April In the middle of Passover, we awoke to one of the biggest Israeli songs in recent memory.