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Episode 9 World and Israeli Music Star IDAN RAICHEL21/09/2012 Duration: 29min
Don Fass interviews IDAN in Portland during his tour with Grammy-winning India.Arie for Reaching Up. Hear his music, about his vision and growing up and working in Israel. For MORE of our Podcasts, also visit www.donunplugged.podomatic.com and lchaim.podomatic.com and reachingup2.podomatic.com
Pnai Or Rabbi Debra Kolodny with Don Fass in Portland13/12/2011 Duration: 29min
The newly arrived Rabbi joins Don Fass on Reaching Up worldwide for Chanukah 2011.
Episode 7 PEACE CHILD ISRAEL PT.1 Melisse Boskavich17/07/2011 Duration: 27min
Don Fass interviews director Melisse Boskavich in part 1 of an interview in Tel Aviv about the work of the group that brings Israeli and Palestinian youth together.
05 - Rabbi David Wolpe, Sinai Temple, Los Angeles.11/10/2009 Duration: 27min
Don Fass interviews Rabbi David Wolpe, of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles.
04 Don Fass with Yehuda, of Moshav, & Rabbi Langer19/04/2009 Duration: 29min
Yehuda of the Israelii rock band, Moshav, and Chabad of San Francisco Rabbi, Yosef Langer, join Don Fass.
03 Shalom Radio preview (forthcoming Live 365 station)19/04/2009 Duration: 02min
A short preview of the tracks, etc. to expect on the up and coming Shalom Radio station on Live365.com
02 - Craig Taubman, singer/songwriter & TV host, interviewed by Don Fass05/04/2009 Duration: 28min
Don Fass interviews Craig Taubman, the Jewish music icon who originated 'Friday Night Live' contemporary synagogue worship services, is the host/star of the PBS Chanukah concert special and writes music for Disney and HBO.
01 Moshav - The Only One (radio edit)25/09/2008 Duration: 03min
Raised on the Moshav Meor Modi'im, a musical village in the hills between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the four young men who make up the Moshav Band - Yehuda (vocals, persussion), Dovid (vocals, guitar) Yosef (Bass) and Meir (Mandolin Guitar) have learned and played music since childhood. The American parents of Yehuda and Dovid had come to Israel in 1972 - right before the outbreak of the Yom Kippur war. They settled on a Moshav - a similar lifestyle to a kibbutz but with more autonomy and independence for the family - where their children were born and raised. "When we were growing up," explains Dovid, "the only electrical appliance in the house was a record player. So, while American kids might be growing up watching television and playing video games, we were growing up listening to music." The music they listened to were the records their parents had brought with them - Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Neil Young - and that music, combined with the beat poets they read and embraced continues to influence their s