June 20, 2012 - 30 Sivan 5772
A collection of Chabad niggunim which range from stirring, profound and introspective, to lively tunes expressing the joy of serving G-d. These nigunim by Avraham Fried reveal the profundity of mind and inspiration of the heart as felt by the Chasid in his service of avodas Hashem.
A Chabad nigun refines the singer and transforms him into a more spiritually-sensitive person.
Avraham Fried is a popular musical entertainer in the Orthodox Jewish community. Fried was encouraged towards a music career by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Fried began his career with the release of his first album “No Jew Will Be Left Behind” in 1981, featuring the song “Kel Hahodaos”, written by Kol Salonica.
In the summer of 2009, Fried made a concert tour in Israel where he introduced Israeli singer and composer Chanan Yovel and featured the songs Rak T’filla and U’Nesane Tokef. His first DVD was released in December 2009. His music is mostly categorized as pop Jewish music, similar to Mordechai ben David and tends to integrate many styles of popular music, including pop, rock and jazz, with Jewish lyrics and themes.
Fried has 6 children and lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. He is a Lubavitcher Hasid. His wife is of the Krasnjansky family. His brother is the Hasidic lecturer Rabbi Manis Friedman. His nephews are Jewish singers Benny Friedman, and Shmuel and Bentzi Marcus of Eighth day.
Album: Avinu Malkeinu by Avraham Fried
Release Date: November 3, 2010
Label: Sameach Music Inc
Copyright: 2002 Avraham Fried
Total Length: 1:05:33, mp3 format
Price: $8.99 (Download now)