Avraham Tal

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Avraham Foinqinos Tal is an Israeli pop rock singer-songwriter.  From 2000 until 2007, Tal was the lead singer of Shotei Hanevua, who have since parted ways and formed a new band “Pshutei Ha’am”.

After leaving Shotei Hanevua, Tal released his first solo track “Adam Tzover Zichronot” (“Man Gathering Memories”), a cover of Dorit Reuveni, written by Yona Wallach and composed by Shimon Glbtz. The song was the feature track on the project Avodah Ivrit (“Hebrew Labor”) – 60 Israeli original songs covered by contemporary artists for the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the State of  Israel. The song went on to receive a lot of  radio airplay on Israel’s most popular station Galgalatz, and was ranked 2nd in the station’s hits of 2008.

In September 2008, Tal released his debut album self-titled Avraham Tal, the album features Tal accompanied by Eyal Heller (guitar), Ofer Eshed (bass), Eyal Nissenboim (drums), Itamar Dori (percussion) and Gali Sadeh (additional vocals). Most of the titles are written and composed by Tal, except for “Im Bilshonot” coming from the Bible, “Festival” co-written with Roni Eisenberg which is based on a poem called “The Kingdom upon Mount Hermon”‘ by Yovav Katz.

Singles released from the album include the tracks “Festival”, “Sadot Haesh” and “Hazman Oseh Et Shelo”, which features all the artists who contributed on to the album.

The former Shotei Hanevua front man and successful solo artist in his own right, Avraham Tal,  returns with Orot (Lights).  Employing spell-bounding melody with deep-felt lyrics to create a distinctive  sound.

Album: Orot (אורות)
Price: $9.99
Genres: Rock, Music
Released: May 01, 2010 ℗ 2010 NMC MUSIC LTD

To buy CD/listen to samples click here (iTunes)


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