|Hodu||Shalsheles, Vol. III|| |
|Kivisi||Avraham Fried Live!|| |
|Somachti (feat. Yishai Lapidot & Ari Goldwag)||Shalsheles Connections|| |
|Gadol Hashem||A Time For Music XVII (17) - Jerusalem - The Experience|| |
|Vliyerushalayim||Shalsheles, Vol. III|| |
|Asher Bara||We're Coming Home|| |
|Yiboneh||We're Coming Home|| |
|Olatz||Shalsheles, Vol. II|| |
|Vnacha||Shalsheles, Vol. II|| |
|Home Forever||We're Coming Home|| |
Baruch Levine is a Canadian-born American Orthodox Jewish composer and singer whose songs have become popular and classic throughout the Orthodox Jewish world. His slow, soulful, heartfelt tunes have gained wide popularity at Shabbat tables and kumzits gatherings. One of his most successful compositions is "Vezakeini", derived from the ancient prayer recited at Shabbat candle lighting.
Ari Goldwag is an American-born Orthodox Jewish singer, songwriter, composer, and producer of contemporary Jewish religious music. He was a soloist for the Miami Boys Choir at age 10 and starred on five albums and three videos before his voice changed at age 14. He launched a music career after his marriage and move to Israel. He has released five solo albums, and composes songs and produces albums for other artists.