Joe writes, "Her music takes the listener on an exhilarating journey through the desert drawing from the deep wells of ancient Israeli melodies and combining them with modern sounds and rhythms from around the world."
Joe writes, "Sarah Liberman’s album “I Am Before You” is a gem. It portrays a worship journey, spanning from antiquity to modernity. Included are songs sung in Hebrew and English with many opportunities for the worshipper to sing his or her own song to the Lord throughout the disc."
With the busyness of everyday life, it is easy to overlook this amazing reality that one day, we will meet Yeshua face to face. “Hu Yavo” (“He Will Come”), Joshua Aaron’s latest album, puts His Second Coming in the spotlight.
Someone once said that Carolyn Hyde’s latest CD, “Just Like Joseph”, is better than coffee because of the high energy and diversity of the repertoire on the disc.
Joe writes, "If one word could describe Birgitta Veksler’s new album, 'Ana Elech', it would be, 'diverse'. Such diversity, though, does not distract from the heartfelt worship on the disc."
Joe reviews the new Hebrew worship album Bou Elav, which was written and performed by the brother-sister duo, Eli and Rachel Haitov.