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Album Review

Calling is a very good album, but it doesn't rise to the level of its self-titled predecessor — Noa. Calling, produced by Rupert Hine, takes a slightly harder edge than the Noa release and a few tunes, like "Lama," are borderline irritating. However, there are several more subtle tracks that highlight Calling, including "Calling Home," "Mark of Cain," "Cascading," and especially "All Is Well." Calling is a nice album, but Noa has done better.


Born: Israel

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Noa, also known by her given name, Achinoam Nini, was arguably Israel's most internationally renowned singer around the turn of the century. Born in Tel-Aviv in 1969 to a family of Yemeni heritage, she lived in New York from age two until age 17, at which point she returned to Israel. After serving her two years of mandatory military service, she studied music at the Rimon School, where she befriended Gil Dor, a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, piano, percussion, etc.) who would become her longtime...
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Calling, Noa
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  • 105,00 kr
  • Genres: New Age, Music, World
  • Released: 04 June 1996

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