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Visit for more highlights. Keyon Dooling slams this one down with authority against Michael Beasley.
8 Jan 2009
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2 Nov 2010
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Nat Christian - clips from DOOL
31 Dec 2009
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Boneca doida mostrando seus dotes de percussionista. Funny doll playing the drums.
11 Nov 2007
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DAYS OF OUR LIVES - Since November 16 - 20, 2009 on AIR. (Copyright by NBC daytime shows)
21 Nov 2009
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homa dool shbab el geel .. shofto bya3melo eh ?!
15 May 2007
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Lyric de Good Day por IU (Musiqueasie): Coreano (Romaji): Eojjeom eereokhae haneuleun deo paran geonji Oneulddara wae barameun ddo wanbyeokhanji Geunyang moreuneun cheok hana motdeuleun cheok Jiweobeorin cheok ddan yegil shijakhalkka Amu mal mot.hagae ipmachoolkka *Noonmooli chaoollaseo gogael deuleo Heureuji mot.hagae ddo saljjak ooseo Naegae wae eereoneunji museun maleul haneunji Oneul haetdeon modeun mal jeo haneul wiro Hanbundo mot.haetdeon mal Oolmyeonseo hal jooleun na mollatdeon mal Naneunyo oppaga joeungeol eoddeokhae* Saerp bakkwin nae meoriga byulloyeotneunji Ipgo nawatdeon osi shilsuyeotdeon geonji Ajik moreuneun cheok gieok an naneun cheok Amu ileoseotdeon geotcheoreom gooleobolkka Geunyang nagajago yegihalkka *Repeat Eerun nareul bogo Geurun seulpeun maleun haji marayo Cheoleopneun geonji jogeum doonhan geonji Mideul suga eopneungeolyo Noonmuleun naoneunde hwaljjak ooseo Ni apeul makgoseo mak keugae ooseo Naega wae eereoneunji bukkeureomdo eopneunji Jajonshimeun gopgae jeopeo haneulwiro Hanbundo mot.haetdeon mal Eojjeomyeon dashin mot.hal baro geu mal Naneunyo oppaga joeungeol Aiku hana dool I'm in my dream It's too beautiful, beautiful day Make it a good day Just don't make me cry Eeoreokhae joeun nal
18 Dec 2010
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"I don't care how many times you have heard Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" or how many versions you've heard; you may even be tired of hearing it; but you haven't heard "Hallelujah" by Sophie Berkal-Sarbit. As you are listening to her singing it, you won't even remember the other versions." Larry LeBlanc Senior Editor CelebrityAccess Contact:billkingpianogmail**** Video link: ******* ABOUT “HALLELUJAH” When you take a chance renewing a classic song that has had so many definitive approaches you place yourself in the crosshairs of the music world. “When Sophie told me she wanted to record one of the planet’s most beloved songs, “Hallelujah,” I caught my breath – rolled my eyes and thought to myself ‘Why?’ Revered versions by John Cale, Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright and k.d.Lang come to mind – not to mention the most recent Canadian Tenors,’ says producer/pianist Bill King. “I think I can bring something different to this,” says Sophie. King’s response –“O.K.” let’s just see what happens in the studio. This should be totally improvised. Things should happen organically –if it doesn’t we’ll do ourselves a solid by stepping away and leaving the world short one more unnecessary misfire.” There are times when everything feels just right. A brand spanking new C. Bechstein D280 9′ Concert Grand piano at Number 9 Studios – an intimate studio and broad smile spread across 21 year old Berkal-Sarbit’s face. It’s always about establishing a mood – a moment of decision filled with tension, intimacy and contrasts. After a first improvised run through the arrangement composed itself. It’s the marriage of the two - piano and voice –a quiet solitude. Carefully considered notes borrowed from the upper regions of the piano placed at intervals falling like isolated rain drops gently lay the framework for what was to come - a full symphonic orchestration within the range of the glimmering Bechstein. Berkal-Sarbit embraces the languid tempo – one that takes a poetic stance. Rather than abruptly shift verse to verse the piano intercedes reserving the time in between to contemplate the spiritually bittersweet lyrics. The church like harmonies sound closure, much like the parting measures of a Beethoven sonata. Then total silence. No third takes or let’s change this or that – the piece is complete. Studio head George Rodina got wind of the session engineered by Bernie Cisternas ‘and suggested sending ‘Hallelujah’ to Los Angeles where a couple of string section arrangers might be interested in contributing. As luck would have it violinist Christian House heard what everyone heard and volunteered added sweetening. “My approach was to come up with something with few distractions for the viewer,” says video director, Chris Gentile. “Sophie’s voice elegantly surrounds the piano and had to be just right visually. The more I listened to “Hallelujah”, things began to come clear. This had to be a black and white video, classic in filming style, with an edit style of dissolves and soft fades. No colors or background textures just simple and clean. There was no need for a place or set, just perfect classic portrait lighting. This was all I needed to tell the story.” Produced by Bill King and George Rondina Arrangement: Bill King Strings: Christian Howes Strings Video production was produced through Christopher Gentile Productions. Directing and story design created Christopher Gentile Camera DOP David Suddaby Camera Arri Alexa provided by Robert Burt Productions Studio 17 Noble Street Studios Studio One Posting PPD Post Producers Digital Toronto Strings: Donald Quan, Charmaine Louis and Mark Korven Christopher Gentile is a long time Commercial Video Director in Toronto .and owns and operates Christopher Gentile Productions/Photography Recorded at Number 9 Studios Engineer - Bernie Cisternas iTunes: ***********/album/hallelujah-single/id478300107?l=ja&v0=9988&ign-mpt=uo%3D1 REVIEWS & QUOTES The exquisite colours of Sophie Berkal-Sarbit's voice are the icing on the cake of one of the most magical versions of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" that has ever been recorded. Bill King's masterful piano work and completely inspired production couches this young, fresh voice in a web of beauty that transports one to a higher level. Elaine Overholt – Big Voice Studio (Chicago, Hairspray, Mamma Mia, The Producers) Oprah Winfrey Network "Sophie's Hallelujah is heavenly. Her voice is sweet and true with a haunting nostalgia that carries you far away." Gloria Martin Entertainment Editor 680 NEWS/Rogers National Radio Network Sophie Berkal - Sarbit's tender vocals brings a new emotional purity to Leonard Cohen's classic lyrics. Her version of Hallelujah is simply beautiful. Dave Charles JAZZ.FM91 In splendid voice as always on "Hallelujah", Sophie Berkal-Sarbit mines new glory from the Cohen classic - just as she has infused the Canadian music scene with the excitement and enthusiasm of the next generation of jazz stars. Mark Rheaume CBC Radio "All I can say about Sophie Berkal and the mesmerizing version of this song is 'Hallelujah' ! for offering the best rendition ever recorded." Sandy Graham C.O.O. Cashbox Canada "The oft-covered Leonard Cohen classic "Hallelujah" is given a vibrant and refreshing interpretation by fast-rising young jazz songstress Sophie Berkal-Sarbit. Sparse piano and Sophie's pure and haunting vocals are perfectly complemented with soaring strings. A winner." Freelance music journalist Kerry Doole (Exclaim!, Words + Music) " This very moving. Sophie breathes fresh life into the lyrics. I'm sure Cohen would enthusiastically approve". Geoff Chapman (Whole Note Magazine) billkingpianogmail****
5 Jan 2012
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