Thursday, December 06, 2018

The Fifth Night

Another oldie for Chanukah tonight.  This one hails from back in 2010, which is now quite a while back, but recent enough that I scanned the labels on the vinyl.  It's taken a while to get the whole sharing process down, but I've gotten to a point where I'm pretty happy with it.  No, I don't do lossless yet, but you need to have some reason to track down the original record, right?  Of course you do.  For the fifth night, this is Temple B'Nai Abraham Of Essex County School Choir-Vivienne K. Bender, Director With Dr. Joachim Prinz-Children Sing On Hanukah (Tikva T-88, Mono).

1. Hava Narima
2. Dr. Joachim Prinz-Narration
3. Blessings
4. Hanerot Halalu
5. Al Ha Nisim
6. Maoz Tsur
7. Hanukah Hanukah
8. S'Vivon Sov Sov Sov
9. Sov Sov S'Vivon
10. Ner Li
11. I Have A Little Dreydl
12. Mi Yimalel
13. Y'Mey Ha Hanukah
14. Dr. Joachim Prinz-Narration
15. To Our Great God
16. Father In Heaven
17. Hava Narima

MEGA

5 comments:

Unknown said...

No disrespect to the holiday or the performers, who I'm sure were all very fine people, but that is one of the most hideous covers I've ever seen. The kids look like characters from John Carpenter's The Thing, just before the entity burst their heads open and crawled out of their skulls.

mel said...

Apparently "Unknown" above hasn't seen any really hideous record covers. This one doesn't come close to being described as hideous.

Thanks again, Ernie for sharing.

Ernie said...

Yeah, it's not an attractive cover, but it's not the worst. It may not even be the worst I've posted this year... I've always thought this one was the worst.

https://ernienotbert.blogspot.com/2018/11/americas-kids.html

mel said...

Possibly the worst, but even so I wouldn't call it hideous...

Kwork said...

Thank you!