CELEBRATE CHANUKAH... TODAY
Ready for a new generation of cool and contemporary tunes to light the menorah by?
CHANUKAH TODAY is the remedy for the perennial "I Have A Little Dreidel" overdose. Featuring songs from world-renowned artists from inside and outside the Jewish music scene, this dynamic collection is a breath of fresh air that will infuse some of the "festive" back into your Festival of Lights.
CHANUKAH TODAY is available in multiple formats:
- Songbook + CD set
- CD only
- Digital download (full album and individual tracks) See "Related Products" below
CHANUKAH TODAY by Various Artists
TRACK LIST AND SAMPLE CLIPS: Click arrow to play preview
1. To Be a Light (Dan Nichols)
2. Ocho Kandelikas (DeLeon)
3. Chanukah Blessings (Barenaked Ladies)
4. The Dreidel Song (Julie Silver)
5. Pass the Candle (From Left to Right) (Michelle Citrin)
6. In These Lights (Josh Nelson)
7. Al Hanisim (Craig Taubman)
8. Haneirot Halalu (Stacy Beyer)
9. Eight Nights of Joy (Rabbi Joe Black and the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band)
10. How Do You Spell Channukkahh?? (The Leevees)
11. The Candles of Chanukah (SoulAviv)
12. Night by Night (Beh Schafer)
13. Jazz of Ages (Eric Komar)
14. Light These Lights/Chanukah Blessings (Debbie Friedman)
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