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: ניצן קייקוב הפקה וייצוג בלעדי - פדי מוסיקה והפקות ... "Eshet Chail" "Eshet Chayl" Karlibach "Jewish Music" "Jewish Dance" Hasidic
24 Apr 2009
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Hasidic Rabbi, singer/songwriter Rav Shmuel performs "Protocols" Lyrics: Chorus: "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" is TRUE And I am a member upstanding. Our goal is to milk all the money from you, It's world domination we're planning. Now that I've let our secret out of the bag, Will you keep my secret, I pray, Cause I'm UNDERCOVER as a singer/songwriter playing here at the Sidewalk Cafe."
2 Aug 2009
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Matisyahu (born Matthew Paul Miller, June 30, 1979) is an American reggae musician. Known for blending traditional Jewish themes with Reggae, rock and hip hop sounds, Matisyahu is most recognizable for being a hasidic Jew. As such, Matisyahu stands out for wearing the traditional clothing of Hasidic Jews and not performing on Shabbos. Since 2004, he has released two studio albums as well as one live album, two remix CDs and one DVD featuring a live concert, and a number of interviews. Through his short career, Matisyahu has teamed up with some of the biggest names in reggae production including Bill Laswell and duo Sly & Robbie.
5 Apr 2010
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The Rotten Tomatoes Show Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox join forces with top movie critics to review "Holy Rollers," a drama about Hasidic Jews smuggling ecstasy in the 1990s, based on real-life events.
20 Jun 2010
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Hidden camera reveals what Chabad teaches children. THIS IS NOT JUDAISM !!! If you know anybody who has children in a Chabad school, show them this video. Hopefully they will remove their children from the Chabad school and send them to a Jewish school. Chabad fools parents into placing their children in a Chabad school by offering them free tuition. The problem is that Chabad is NOT Jewish. Children put into a Chabad school are indoctrinated and brainwashed into believing that the last Chabad Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who died in 1994, is the Moshiach (Messiah). This is NOT Judaism, it is a completely different religion. The children are saying: "Yechi Adoneinu Moreinu veRabbeinu Melech haMoshiach LeOlam VoEd!" (יחי אדוננו מורנו ורבינו מלך המשיח לעולם ועד). This is a phrase used by the Chabad messianic cult Hasidism (followers) to pray and proclaim that the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson is the messiah. It means "Long Live our Master, our Teacher, and our Rabbi, King Messiah, for ever and ever." This verse is taught to kids in Chabad day schools across the world and is inserted into their prayers. This phrase can be seen printed in various Chabad settings, notably on pamphlets, posters and small prayer cards. It is chanted by Chabad followers at the end of daily communal prayers in Lubavitch congregations, including the main Lubavitch temple in Crown Heights, the 770. And why does the salute look so similar to a Nazi salute? A salute similar also to the salute Islamic terrorists do to their leaders? Maybe it's because they use the same mind control techniques? Chabad also separated these children from their parents at an early age in order to be able to do this brainwashing and indoctrination into the Chabad messianic cult. In any case, the leading Rabbis in the world have stated that, under Jewish Law, Jewish children cannot be placed in Chabad schools, because a Chabad school is NOT Jewish. Please do NOT put your children into a Chabad school. For more information please visit: *******www.chabad-mafia****/ IT IS A MITZVA, RELIGIOUS OBLIGATION, TO SHOW THIS VIDEO TO EVERY JEW, TO EDUCATE THEM AND FOR ALL TO KNOW THAT CHABAD IS A MESSIANIC CULT. PLEASE FORWARD THIS VIDEO TO EVERY JEWISH PERSON YOU KNOW. PERMISSION IS GIVEN TO COPY AND POST THIS VIDEO AND DESCRIPTION. THE MORE PEOPLE WHO SEE THIS VIDEO, THE BETTER.
25 Jun 2011
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The clip You better think from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Aretha Franklin, Dan Aykroyd Can I help you, boys? You got any white bread? Yes. I'll have some toasted white bread, please. You want butter or jam on that toast, honey? No, ma'am. Dry. Got any fried chicken? Best damn chicken in the state. Bring me four fried chickens and a Coke. You want chicken wings or chicken legs? Four fried chickens and a Coke. And some dry white toast, please. You all want anything to drink with that? No, ma'am. A Coke. Be up in a minute. We got two honkies out there dressed like Hasidic diamond merchants. Say what? They look like they're from the CIA. What they wanna eat? The tall one wants white-bread toast. Dry. With nothing on it. Elwood! And the other one wants four whole fried chickens and a Coke. And Jake! Shit! The Blues Brothers! Hi, Jake! Matt! How you doing? How was Joliet? Oh, it's bad. On Thursday night they serve a wicked pepper steak. Can't be as bad as the cabbage rolls at the Terre Haute Federal Pen. Or that oatmeal at the Cook County slammer. They're all pretty bad. Matt- Me and Elwood- we're putting the band back together. We need you and Blue Lou. Don't talk that way around here. My old lady- She'll kill me. Ma'am, you gotta understand. This is a lot bigger than any domestic problems you might be experiencing. Matt, what the hell is he talking about? Don't get riled, sugar. Don't you "sugar" me! Now, you not going back on the road no more. And you ain't playing any more two-bit, sleazy dives. You're living with me now... and you're not gonna go sliding around with your white hoodlum friends. But, babes! This is Jake and Elwood! The Blues Brothers!
14 Nov 2011
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The clip diamond negotiations from New York, I Love You (2009) I've come into the city only to do this deal, so it better be good. My customer wants natts, ASAP. I'm in the middle of my wedding arrangements, but I came here to do this business with you. Who are you getting married to? His name's Chaim. § Chaim in the mood § § For love § Where's my invitation for your wedding? Did you invite me to your wedding? Oh, I wish I had. 25 years I've been trading with Hasidic people. I know nothing about them. They know nothing about Jain peoples. Strictly business. We don't come to 47th Street to chitchat. While you inspect the goods, I'm going to eat. Excuse me. Hmm? You can't eat meat, right? You Hindus? No, we are not Hindus. We are Jains. Hinduism is too materialistic for us. No meat, no fish. And what can't you eat? No pig, no shrimp. What else can't you eat? No onion, no garlic. No milk and meat together. No potato, no roots. Nothing that hasn't been blessed. Nothing too spicy. It is exciting the passions, you know. The Christians-- they eat everything. They're like the Chinese. They never have to spend too much time picking a restaurant. That's why there are no Christians in the diamond market. How can you trust a person who will eat anything? This parcel's not so good. At least 20% rejection you've given me. How much? 550. Too much. Way too much.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip soul food from The Blues Brothers (1980) with Aretha Franklin, Dan Aykroyd Can I help you, boys? You got any white bread? Yes. I'll have some toasted white bread, please. You want butter or jam on that toast, honey? No, ma'am. Dry. Got any fried chicken? Best damn chicken in the state. Bring me four fried chickens and a Coke. You want chicken wings or chicken legs? Four fried chickens and a Coke. And some dry white toast, please. You all want anything to drink with that? No, ma'am. A Coke. Be up in a minute. We got two honkies out there dressed like Hasidic diamond merchants. Say what? They look like they're from the CIA. What they wanna eat? The tall one wants white-bread toast. Dry. With nothing on it. Elwood! And the other one wants four whole fried chickens and a Coke. And Jake! Shit! The Blues Brothers! Hi, Jake! Matt! How you doing? How was Joliet? Oh, it's bad. On Thursday night they serve a wicked pepper steak. Can't be as bad as the cabbage rolls at the Terre Haute Federal Pen. Or that oatmeal at the Cook County slammer. They're all pretty bad. Matt- Me and Elwood- we're putting the band back together. We need you and Blue Lou. Don't talk that way around here. My old lady- She'll kill me. Ma'am, you gotta understand. This is a lot bigger than any domestic problems you might be experiencing. Matt, what the hell is he talking about? Don't get riled, sugar. Don't you "sugar" me! Now, you not going back on the road no more. And you ain't playing any more two-bit, sleazy dives. You're living with me now... and you're not gonna go sliding around with your white hoodlum friends. But, babes! This is Jake and Elwood! The Blues Brothers!
29 Nov 2011
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The clip Lindsey follows goodkat from Lucky Number Slevin (2006) I came back here, you were gone. So, I went to the hotel without you to see my friend. She says the call to Nick came from Room 1009. A fellow registered under the name of Smith, if you can believe that. It's one of the most common names in the world, so there's bound to be a couple of 'em. But I get the feeling that this ain't one of 'em. I get up to the tenth floor, and just as I do, the door to room 1009 opens and there's our Mr. Smith. In the flesh. So, I pretend I'm walking to the elevator instead of coming from it and we take it down together. He smiles at me thanks I smile back. But I have no idea who he is but I think you might. So I take a picture using my cellphone which I thought was a total waste cos the photos look like shit and I never use it. So there I am pretending to dial a number, and taking Smith's picture him none the wiser. This is Smith. Recognize him? No. I didn't think you would, but it was worth a shot. Anyway, we take the elevator to the lobby, and the man who calls himself Smith walks outside and hails himself a cab. So I followed him. He went down into an apartment building downtown. So I wait. An hour goes by. And just when I'm getting ready to leave - who walks outside? Smith? You. Me? You out of the same building with two Hasidic Jews on either side of you. Friends of yours? Not exactly. I think it's time you told me that story. Well, there's this guy and they call him The Boss, right? And then, right across the street there's this man they call The Rabbi. Why do they call him The Rabbi? Because he's a rabbi.
30 Nov 2011
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First known as a Hasidic melody it became a perennial favorite at weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and Jewish--and non-Jewish--cultural events around the world. Hava nagila, hava nagila Hava nagila venis'mecha (Repeat) Hava neranena, hava neranena Hava neranena venis'mecha Uru, uru achim Uru achim belev same'ach English: Let us rejoice and be glad (Repeat) Let us sing Awaken brethren With a cheerful heart.
4 Jan 2013
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The Chosen Two teenage boys who become best friends despite huge differences in their upbringing. One, the son of an orthodox Hasidic Rabbi . The other comes from a progressive Jewish family whose father stands at the forefront of the battle for Israeli statehood.
9 Mar 2013
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My Yiddishe Mama. *******www.Myzeidi**** Yosef "Yossele" Rosenblatt (1882-1933) is generally considered to be the uncrowned king of cantorial music. People often refer to him just as "Yossele," a Yiddish diminutive of Josef. Yossele was born in 1882 in the Ukrainian shtetl [small village] Belaya Tserkov--the first boy in the family after nine girls.His father, a Ruzhiner Hasid who frequented the court of the Sadagora Rebbe, was himself a hazzan. Recognizing his young son's extraordinary talent, Yossele's father began to tour with his son to help supplement the family income. The father would daven [pray] as the hazzan, but it was the child prodigy, Yossele, whom the crowds came to hear.There is a famous joke about a Cantor who calls himself the Third Yossele Rosenblatt... When he's asked who the Second Yossele Roseblatt might be, in great offense he retorts, "There could be no Second Yossele Rosenblatt!" Rosenblatt's greatest hit was his recording of "Shir Hama'alot," Psalm 126, to a tune composed by Minkowsky. This psalm is said on festive occasions, just before the "Grace after Meals." This cheerful melody became so popular, that soon it was considered to be the traditional tune for this psalm. When the State of Israel was looking for a suitable National Anthem, Rosenblatt's "Shir Hama'alot" was proposed as a serious candidate. ....."Now a celebrity, Rosenblatt was in demand everywhere. Appearing just a few weeks later on the steps of The New York Public Library for the War Savings Stamp Campaign, he sang "The Star Spangled Banner," followed by "Keili, Keili," at the conclusion of which Enrico Caruso, the great star of the opera, stepped forward and kissed him." In his foreword to this book, Rosenblatt wrote about his own recitatives: "In producing them I was moved by the double impulse of serving the needs of the Jewish Cantor and of demonstrating to the musical world at large that genuine Jewish Chazanuth can still satisfy completely even the refined taste of today. ...I shall feel amply rewarded for my efforts when I shall see this work widely disseminated." David Chevan produced a very interesting CD called " Days of Awe : Meditations for Selichot, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur." It is a collection of instrumental interpretations of Rosenblatt's compositions for the High Holidays. As such it is one of the finest "Jewish-Jazz" recordings, and a great Jazz instrumental anyway. "I came to Rosenblatt years ago when I became interested in Hazzanut, which is the art of Jewish cantorial singing. Rosenblatt had an incredible voice and really understood this art form. His krechts, or sobbing sounds, are profoundly emotional and his phrasing is equally moving. It occurred to me that I needed to learn more about him, so I began transcribing his recordings and learning more about the nuances of his singing style, especially his phrasing," explains bassist Chevan, who teaches at Southern Connecticut State University. "The cantorial art of Hazzanut is a highly improvisatory process that reminds me of jazz improvisation. I hear and have found much more spontaneity in the singing of cantors than in most Klezmer music (which, incidentally is often called -- and I believe incorrectly so -- Jewish jazz)," he says, noting that he chose to transcribe Rosenblatt's renditions of High Holy Day prayers for several reasons. "First, because of his incredible sense of melody. These pieces are infused with wonderful and emotionally powerful melodies. Second, because he was one of the greatest recorded masters of Hazzanut. His singing and improvisations are filled with nuances that are rivaled by only a few other cantors," notes Chevan. "Thirdly, his compositions are compelling. Each of the pieces I transcribed was like a miniature oratorio. In each of the pieces there were at least two or more complete music sections that might contain moments of operatic recitative, snippets of folk melodies, and large sections of improvised Hazzanut. When I transcribed and then arranged these for my band to perform the music came alive in fresh new ways that got me excited. I could hear and feel the spirit of the High Holy Days, the Days of Awe, in a new and meaningful way." "As I was transcribing the various pieces I began to find certain places and patterns in Rosenblatt's choices as to when he would be in tempered pitch and when he used quarter-tones. I don't even know if he was aware that he was making quarter-tones as much as creating certain emphases that were attached as much to the text as anything else. I get the sense that he was very aware that the "out-of-pitch" notes created a certain drama that the congregation would have felt as supplication. In contrast there are sections, especially when he is singing more in the Yiddish song/freilakh style (strident and martial at times) that he is right on the money and everything is in more or less tempered pitch...
30 Jul 2013
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Zach visits youtuber Mendy's home to talk to him and learn more about being a Hasidic, Orthodox Jew. Watch the first episode: *******youtu.be/8irL7tDORXY Have a Little Faith is coming to SoulPancake every Friday! Subscribe so you don't miss it: *******bitly****/SoulPancakeSubscribe Check out Zach's Channel: *******youtube****/ZachAnner Check out Mendy's Channel: *******www.youtube****/user/JEWBELLish Created by: Zach Anner Host: Zach Anner Executive Producer: Krissy Wall Producer - Jessica Jardine DP - Kiki Allgeier 1st Camera - Nate Cornett 2nd Camera - Emily Rose Wagner Audio - Neal Doxsee PA - Colin Flaherty Associate Producer - Brad Anner Editor - Kiki Allgeier We love to hear from you, SoulPancaker's! Leave us a comment, send us a message, and let us know what BIG questions you want answered. Music by Lullatone http:/www.lullatone****/ Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures Follow us on FACEBOOK: *******facebook****/soulpancake TWEET us at: *******twitter****/soulpancake Visit our WEBSITE: *******soulpancake**** Buy our BOOK! *******book.soulpancake****
19 Oct 2013
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The clip the-patients-at-the-ward from It's Kind of a Funny Story (2010) with Keir Gilchrist, Keir Gilchrist. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Yeah, it's a true story. He was one of the Black Panthers. And you never heard from him again? Mmm-mmm. Don't touch me. Don't touch me. Don't touch me. Don't touch me. See that lady right there? She was a radical academic up at Columbia, and then they passed the Patriot Act. You know what the Patriot Act is? Yeah. Okay. When they passed the Patriot Act, then she went bonkers. She thought that Bush put bugs in all the phones. Pretty crazy, right? And that guy, Solomon, over there? He's nuts, too. He's part of this Hasidic acid-head scene in Williamsburg. He did 1 00 tabs of acid. Don't look, don't look. ln one night. And hasn't been the same since. Yeah. Wow! Yeah. Crazy, right? Kinda cool. Some cool people in here. Yeah, uh... What about you? What about me? l just... You know, um, your daughter, Veronica. When are you gonna see her again? You know, l think my daughter is just better off without me. Come on. No, really. l mean, l'm not really a role model in this place, and l think she's just... She's better off.
23 Jan 2014
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