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Gefeel – A Shir V’Shevach Kumzitz [Audio Sampler]

[COMMUNICATED] After the success of their smash hit dance album Simcha Mitoch Simcha, and in response to the thousands of fans who’ve been clamoring non-stop for a new album in the series, the Shir V’shevach Boys Choir is back and better than ever with a stunning new kumzitz collection.

Produced by Shimmy Shtauber and featuring fantastic recent hits along with a selection of classic oldies, this production is sure to uplift, entertain and inspire all, regardless of background or affiliation. Packed with full, rich musical orchestration, breathtaking solos, choirs and harmonies, master choir director Chaim Meir Fligman proves once again that he’s at the top of his game.

So kum, zitz, relax & enjoy!

You can purchase and download the album here: https://www.nigunmusic.com/gefeel-a-shir-v-shevach-kumzitz.html

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There are 3 Comments to "Gefeel – A Shir V’Shevach Kumzitz [Audio Sampler]"

  • @realdonaldtrump says:

    Amazing stuff, Trust me this is cream of the crop, quite frankly, unbelievable to have such a wonderful balance of super music!

  • YitzyS says:

    Great album. I’m worried that many people will miss this, as it came out the same time as Avraham Fried’s Relax album, and that has a bigger name singer. But this album is beautiful, with such hartz and hergesh. The songs are a great mix of newer songs and older classics, and a the boys do a great job singing. I highly recommend getting it, even if you already bought Fried’s album.