Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Four Songs By New Jewish Artist

A very nice bochur in my Shul, Emanuel Neuman, is also an extremely talented musician. You have got to check out these songs below. He has a beautiful voice and a very very nice sound. He has no CD out so he has given me permission to post these songs for free. They are very nice and I definitely recommend that you check them out.

Update (2/11/10): Thanks to Michael Kopinsky, these files are available in mp3 format as well:


All of the songs are good but I really love the words to Kanfei Nesharim. This music really comes from the heart and goes to the heart.

These songs are in m4a format, so if you need to download this software to convert the files to mp3 if your mp3 player or computer's music player aren't already to play the files, you are encouraged to do so.

HT to Raisin Soul, Emanuel's brother in law, for posting one of the songs too. Picture courtesy of zingerbug.com. Click here to get Dixie Yid in your e-mail Inbox or here to subscribe in Google Reader.


Anonymous said...

The links are all messed up.

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

Thanks. They were right before, but I did some mobile edits on the post and they probably got messed up then. It's fixed now. Thanks for letting me know!

Anonymous said...

Dixie Yid- Any chance you can do the conversions and repost in MP3 format (it's just to complicated). Thanks

Michael Kopinsky said...
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Michael Kopinsky said...

Links are still/again messed up.

MP3s are up here:
1, 2,3,4.

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...


BIG todah raba. I just checked and the links are fine. They still work in the m4a format. But I added your links to the mp3 format as well because that might be more convenient for many people. Thank you so so so so so much for doing those conversions! Big yasher koach!

And again, great meeting you on Purim!

Anonymous said...

does anyone have the lyrics to these songs? they are beautiful!

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

Emmanuel just gave me a link to the lyrics. There's also a bit of an interview with him there. Let me know if I can help with anything else. Kol tuv!


Menashe said...

It's a shame that music production hasn't been commercialized like the book industry. It's still prohibitively expensive to do this is in anything but a commercial context. The result is that we're deprived of ridiculously good music like this.