It gets better: It’s called “Shatner Claus — The Christmas Album.”
“Simon really seemed to dig into the word ‘oy’ with religious fervor, as if he had spent the previous day, Yom Kippur, in synagogue.
Unlike his tribesmen Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, Simon is rarely thought of as a Jewish songwriter,
“Hatuey” is a 110-minute evening of dazzling song, dance, color, acting and stagecraft.
Baez made a hit out of a song written for the Yiddish theater by the same composer responsible for “Bay Mir Bistu Sheyn.”
The shofar is not a very versatile instrument. Still, it has popped up in some interesting places over the course of its history.
While he’s calling it quits from the stage, I highly doubt that “In the Blue Light” will be the last we hear from Paul Simon.
The best of Bernstein will continue to live on in his profoundly Jewish music.
Their original mission was to take up where The Beatles had left off.
“It’s not cool to be Jewish, or Negro, or Italian. It’s just cool to be alive, to be around. You don’t have to be Black to have soul.”
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