and you love

Mpanakanto: Yair Dalal

Anarana: and you love

Nivoaka: 2011

Famantatra: Magda

Refiny: Cristal

Halavany: 48'00

Tombotsoa: Import Israel

Vidiny : 12,50 €


Laharana: CR00628MAGD


and you love (Yair Dalal)

Nostalgias and psalms of love: a new album by one of the most talented creators of Israeli ethnic music Yair Dalal. "'And you love' is not an imperative. How can you order the human soul to love? Love is a spontaneous feeling and it shows up in our hearts when conditions enable it to materialize. Love shows up when it's not being hindered." -- Ohad Ezrahi, from the album booklet. Veteran composer, perfomer, oud and violin player Yair Dalal, whose impressive history includes nine albums to date, is coming out with his tenth album. Dalal has won much international acclaim and he performs frequently in Israel and abroad, emphasizing various Jewish Arabic musical traditions – especially the musical tradition of Iraqi Jews. This is a poetic album that embraces the world, is steeped in words and strings, and includes ancient rabbinical texts along with modern poetry. The spiritual essence of the album are numerous psalms that dialogue with Jewish religion and with the yearning for love, peace, acceptance, and reconciliation. 'And you love' is an album that percolates slowly, infused with scents of the Mediterranean Basin and Greater Asia. Like a troubadour, Dalal lifts the oud into the listener's heart, presenting a refined gift of a modest, restrained, and beautiful love to his loyal following.

Yair Dalal - Mpihira

  • Yair DALAL : oud, vocal, violin
  • Liora YTZHAK : vocal
  • Yotam HAIMOVITZ : sitar, guitar, bass
  • Erez MOUNK : percussion, tabla
  • Yaniv D'OUR : vocal
  • Dudu TASA : guitar, vocal
  • Nir MAIMON : bass
  • Avi COHEN : mawal (vocal improvisation)
  • Halayil AL AWIVI : vocal
  • Ari GORALI : fender raods piano, vocal
  • Yankela SEGEL : bass, taar
  • Hayat Shani DALAL : vocal
  • Ariel ELIYAV : accordion

and you love - Feonkira

  • Perfume road
  • Shfal ruach
  • Yaarat dvash
  • Madet baad el asha
  • Sigala
  • Drink heart
  • Three dimension
  • Mi Ha-esh-Yrat Hashem
  • From the desert
  • Oh my love