Hebrew School

Jew-tube roundup, Spring ’08

I hope everyone enjoyed their long weekend. I sure did. Here’s a Jewish brain’s YouTube eyeball rolling around in its spring skeleton.

A Silver Mt. Zion, “Stumble Then Rise On Some Awkward Morning”


The Rainmakers, “Let My People Go-Go”

Marissa Nadler, “Bird on Your Grave” and “Rachel”

“Rise and Shine It’s Matzah Ball Time”

Cecil Taylor Quartet, Paris, November 1966. Jimmy Lyons, Alan Silva, Andrew Cyrille on drums. Cecil will always be one of my favorite pianists.

Mohd. Rafi and Asha Bhosle, “Yaaro Ka Pyaar Liye,” from Kali Topi Lal Rumal. Perhaps the greatest Bollywood playback singers ever.

Brezhnev-era state-sanctioned psych.

Lebanese trumpet player Mazen Kerbaj

Kyle Jarrow and Alex Timbers’ A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant

Jack struck gold when he found this Dean Friedman song– had to repost. (Read his original post here.)

And remember…


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