MP3 Marge Eiseman & Friends - We Are All Connected:Songs to Lift the Spirit
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: This debut disc lifts your spirit -- Marge's rich alto voice and her singable songs are engaging Jewish music for everyone.
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Ever wonder how new Jewish music happens? People like Marge Eiseman get the call to write and sing and teach and soon, you can't get these melodies out of your head! Most of the songs are in English, and the liner notes have all the words to make it even easier to sing along.
We Are All Connected: Songs to Lift the Spirit is a debut recording, produced by the talented singer/songwriter Laura Berkson. The eight songs are heartfelt, in a range of musical moods. The lyrics teach some basic Jewish values like love of Torah, love of God and learning to get along with one another. Just like Jewish Heartland magazine which Marge and her husband Andrew Muchin produced, the songs teach but don't preach.
The Rockin' Rebbetzin Michele Garner, who hosts a Jewish radio show on Friday mornings in NYC, said, "I love it and have made it part of my regular play list. It is an extraordinary CD. Even the painting on the cover is gorgeous!"
The friends who recorded with Marge are talented musicians -- Rick Aaron (flute), Li'l Rev (guitar, mandolin and harmonica), Linda Siegel (percussion), Rabbi David Cohen (solo guitar on Lo BaShamayeem Hee) and Laura Berkson (piano, guitar, recorder and percussion) and some wonderful singers -- Susan Eiseman Levitin, Laura Berkson, Jonathan Muchin and a chorus of adults, Ruth Wallace, Jim Stillman and Sean Courtney and children, Danielle Wallace, Tamar Dropkin, Baki and Zach Muchin.
About Marge Eiseman: All agree, Marge is a force! Mother of four sons, wife, teacher, writer, singer, spiritual leader for hire, entrepreneur, Jewish artists' representative, synagogue volunteer at Congregation Sinai in Milwaukee and proud Milwaukee Jewish Day School mom, Marge writes music in the spaces between the lines on the calendar!