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Nothing New Here
John Coxe | San Diego, CA | 08/23/1998
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This album just regurgitates much of what has been done already. I suspect this fills a void for those who want to hear new Israeli disco pop between Ofra Haza releases. I was thoroughly bored listening to this and I really, really tried to salvage some interest in it.Others who aren't as acquainted with Israeli music will find this very appealing. Unfortunately, those people are not aware of how much better it gets. Very little is easily available in the US (in particular) outside of Judaica and Jewish music stores.I'd recommend trying out some Ofra Haza over this selection, if you can't find the better stuff or don't want to wade through the uncertainty of it. Her Yemenite album, Fifty Gates of Wisdom, that she put out in the 80s is a classic. For more of a pop sound, go with Shaday. Her earlier material isn't available here at Amazon.Better suggestions of female mizrachi vocalists are Zehava Ben, Etti Levi, Yardena Arazi and Gali Atari. Who knows? Maybe Yosefa will grow on me or maybe another album will seem better."
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have no idea what she is saying but it doesn't matter, I can feel her words. The sound is somewhere between Celtic and Hindi, beautiful. I recommend it for people who have never listened to this style of music. Its a great beginner album!"