The Ruach series delivers the
newest and coolest Jewish rock music from all over North America.
Continuing the tradition of the NFTY album series, Ruach 5771 brings to light the best of cutting-edge Jewish contemporary music.
Ruach 5771 includes 18 new tunes from Michelle Citrin, Jeremy Gimbel and Shira Tirdof, Alan Goodis, Elana Jagoda, The Levins, Ross M. Levy, Steve Meltzer, Jon Nelson and Yom Hadash, Josh Nelson, Dan Nichols and E18hteen, Mikey Pauker, SoulAviv, Jay Rapoport, Rick Recht, Peri Smilow, Craig Taubman, and Cantor Natalie Young, plus a bonus track from Max Chaiken and Camp Harlam.
Full album download: $10.95
Individual tracks: $0.99 each
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RUACH 5771 by Various Artists
TRACK LIST AND SAMPLE CLIPS:
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1. Oseh Shalom (Elana Jagoda)
2. Sweet As Honey (Dan Nichols and E18hteen)
3. Jerusalem (Michelle Citrin)
4. Reach Our Hands Out (Soul Aviv)
5. Make It a Bridge (Steve Meltzer)
6. Daniel's Round (The Levins)
7. It Could Be Amazing (Jay Rapoport)
8. Hineini (Peri Smilow)
9. Sim Shalom (Mikey Pauker)
10. Salaam Achshav (Jeremy Gimbel and Shira Tirdof)
11. Adonai S'fatai Tiftach (Cantor Natalie Young)
12. The Call (Ross M. Levy)
13. Mi Chamocha (Josh Nelson)
14. Esah Einai (Alan Goodis)
15. War No More (Jon Nelson and Yom Hadash)
16. Hoshia (Dan Nichols and E18hteen)
17. Rise Up (Craig Taubman)
18. Let It Be Me (Rick Recht)
BONUS: Eliyahu Hanavi - live (Max Chaiken and Camp Harlam)
The Ruach Series delivers the hottest new Jewish rock tunes. This year,
the celebrated compilation celebrates its 10th anniversary alongside
the 50th anniversary of the Religious Action Center, with a focus on
songs of a social action theme.
The Ruach Series delivers the hottest new Jewish rock tunes. Ruach 5771, the sixth edition in the set, celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Ruach series and the 50th anniversary of the URJ's Religious Action Center in Washington D.C. Many of the 19 tracks included here feature a Social Action theme, and all reflect the spirit, energy, and vibrancy of the Judaism that lives and breathes in the camps, youth groups, and synagogues of the Union for Reform Judaism.