11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ubeneihem embraces a wide variety of moods best distilled in the title track and—perhaps more so—in “Ahava Ktzara”. This beloved break-up song resonates with a heart-rending urgency even as it describes singer Meir Banai's light-hearted soul searching. Banai forges a portal from the everyday to the exquisite; hypnotic chants in “Yaldat Hamidbar”, his aching cries in “Sha’ar Harachamim” and the haunting escalation of “Yerushalayim” make this an endlessly captivating album.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ubeneihem embraces a wide variety of moods best distilled in the title track and—perhaps more so—in “Ahava Ktzara”. This beloved break-up song resonates with a heart-rending urgency even as it describes singer Meir Banai's light-hearted soul searching. Banai forges a portal from the everyday to the exquisite; hypnotic chants in “Yaldat Hamidbar”, his aching cries in “Sha’ar Harachamim” and the haunting escalation of “Yerushalayim” make this an endlessly captivating album.

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