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Kaveret (Israel) - 4 альбома (1973 - 1998) {Made In Israel / Classic Rock, Ethnic Rock, Humour Rock, Proto Prog}

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:27 am

Жанр: Classic Rock, Ethnic Rock, Humour Rock, Proto Prog
Страна: Israel
Год выпуска:: 1973 - 1998
Формат: FLAC (image + .cue)

самая популярная группа за всю историю Израильской рок - музыки, их называют израильскими Битлз, песни стали народными, а тексты растасканы на поговорки. Они заняли 7-е место на Евровидении в 1974 (первое место было у Аббы)
Шестеро из семи членов группы после распада стали звездами
Им принадлежит рекорд - в 1974, при населении Израиля в 3 миллиона человек, на их концерте было 500,000 фанов

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Kaveret (Hebrew: כוורת‎, meaning "beehive"), also known as Poogy (the name chosen for their performances abroad), was an Israeli rock band in the mid-1970s that won much fame around the world for their often humorous songs and unique style of music. Their shows included many skits, among which are the Sipurey Poogy (Poogy's tales). In Israel, Kaveret is widely considered a breakthrough band in Israeli rock and pop history.

The band, several of whose members met during their service in the IDF, was formed in 1973. It broke up in 1976 by consensus of the band members. Subsequently, Kaveret veterans Gidi Gov and Danny Sanderson along with female vocalist Mazi Cohen and other musicians, formed a spinoff band named Gazoz, and later, another named Doda. As it turned out, six of the seven band members became stars in the Israeli music and entertainment scene in their own right after the band broke up. The seventh, drummer Meir Fenigstein (whose nickname "Poogy" served as inspiration for the band's name abroad and for some of its material), went on to become a film producer.

Many songs by Kaveret became embedded in Israeli culture and are familiar also to the new generation of Israeli youth.

In 1974, Kaveret represented Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest with their song, "Natati La Chaiai" ("נתתי לה חיי", "I Gave Her My Life"). It finished 7th. In the same year, Kaveret played one of the biggest concerts in Israel ever. While the entire population of Israel was 3 million people, over 500,000 fans came to listen to the band on performance. "The streets of Israel were empty", said band member Efraim Shamir after the event took place.

Once every decade or so, Kaveret holds a reunion tour with performances in Israel and abroad. Reunion tours took place in 1984, 1990, and 1998 (which was held in honour of Israel's 50th independence day, as well as the 25th anniversary of the band's first album). Their last performance with the entire ensemble was in 2000, for a single show. The band did not originally intend to reunite in that year, but did so especially for raising money to fund lifesaving surgery required by band member Yitzhak Klepter.

Band members

* Danny Sanderson - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, sometimes electric guitar
* Gidi Gov - lead vocals, percussion, sometimes rhythm guitar
* Yitzhak "Churchill" Klepter - vocals, electric guitar, sometimes rhythm guitar
* Alon Olearczyk - vocals, bass guitar
* Efraim Shamir - vocals, rhythm guitar, sometimes electric guitar
* Meir "Poogy" Fenigstein - vocals, drums, percussion
* Yoni Rechter - vocals, keyboards

Albums

1 - Poogy Tales (Hebrew: סיפורי פוגי, Sipurei Poogy) - 1973
2 - Poogy in A Pita (Hebrew: פוגי בפיתה, Poogy BePita) - 1974
3 - Crowded in the Ear (Hebrew: צפוף באוזן, Tzafuf BaOzen) - 1975
4 - Live Summer 1984
5 - Kaveret in the Park, recorded live in 1999 in Tel Aviv.

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Kaveret - Poogy Tales (1973) [Box-Set, 2008, Hed Arzi]

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:35 am

Recording Date: 1973
Release Date: 1989
Label: Israel, Hed Arzi
Genre: Classic Rock, Ethnic Rock, Humour Rock, Proto Prog





About performer:

About albume:
By self financing they recorded the first version of We Didn't Know What To Do (Lo Yadanu Ma La'asot) on March 1973. Danny played the piano, Efraim played the bass guitar.
Danny told Yitzhak Klapter (guitar) (http://kaveret.tripod.com/nbmembe.htm#yk) about the band and invited him to the rehearsals at his home. Yitzhak came and heard Self Service (Sherut Atzmi), and decided to join the band.
Efraim invited Yonny Rechter (keyboards) (http://kaveret.tripod.com/nbmembe.htm#yr) whom he knew from a previous band. Yonny was excited by the opera concept, but he didn't know whether to join or not. After they told him they started looking for other players, he was convinced and joined the band. Alon came back from America and joind the band too.
Looking for a name for the band, Yitzhak suggested "20,000 On The Road". Danny suggested "Beehive" (perhaps inspired by "The Beatles"...?). "What is a beehive?" Efraim asked. "Kaveret" (in Hebrew) Danny replied. "Sounds like a Kibutz band's name" Efraim said, but Danny said "It's a good name for a band..."
On April 1973 they recorded their second single Self Service (Sherut Atzmi) (A friend, Asher Bitansky helped financing it). In addition, they recorded a new official version of We Didn't Know What To Do (Lo Yadanu Ma La'asot) as a B-Side. The Singles failed in the charts. Asher Bitansky tried talking to different managers, but he had no luck.
On May 1973 Gidi and Efraim were offered (not together) to sing in a songs festival (sort of a local Eurovision). They agreed because they thought it would help exposing the band. Efraim sang together with Hanan Yovel and Yardena Arazi a song named Leil Hanaya and Gidi sang a song nameed Ya'ale Veyavo. Both of them failed (Gidi got to the last place).
One of Israel's most important producers, Avraham Deshe (Pashanel) liked Gidi's performance and got in touch with him and Kaveret. He heard the opera, got enthusiastic and they started rehearsing more serously.
After the premiere Deshe decided the concept wasn't working and told them to split the opera into a show of songs and sketches, instead of songs combined with sketches.
On June 15 they performed on stage and the word was out. Kaveret was signed in "Hed-Arzi" and started recording in "Triton" - a new improved studio. They had no producer or musical arranger - they did all by themselves.
The single The Crux Of The Matter (Po Kavur HaKelev) was released but in the radio broadcasters claimed the lyrics were silly. After a month or so the song started climbing in the charts.
The B-Side was Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) (WAV 43K) which was a hit. Kaveret was a hit too. They performed 32 times a month infront of full auditoriums.
In October the "Yom Kipur" war started and Kaveret had an important role in raising the soldier's moods, which contributed to their success.
On November 1973 the album Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy) was released. The cover was drawn by Itamar Noiman - a friend of Danny from the military service. The name Danny Sanderson appeared on the cover 35 times.
The Cold Shoulder (BaYom UBalaila) was written by Danny and Melissa Connel when they were in a band called The Catacombs at the age of 15. Danny wrote new lyrics for it. On the album's cover, her name was mis-spelled in Hebrew and was written as "M. Coggel".
Things Could Be Better (Yeled Mizdaken) was written as a joke in Dory Ben Ze'ev's radio show. Meir sang the lyrics, talking about Poogy getting elecrified. Alon thought it's a shame to waste the tune and wrote new lyrics for it.
On the CD, scratch noises can be heard at the beginning of We Didn't Know What To Do (Lo Yadanu Ma La'asot), most likely a result of a fault re-mastering.
Joseph What's Up? (Yossi Ma Nishma?) was written by Danny for teaching Yehuda Eder, the Nahal band's new guitar player (instead of Danny), and later a member in Doda, how to play like him.
The song Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch), which became a huge success, was mis-spelled both on vinyl and CD and was written as Abulterous Boots.
It's Been Nice (Nechmad)'s opening line "I've got only one thing to say to you on behalf of us all... It's been..." (Yesh li rak davar ehad lomar lachem beshem kulam... Haya...) is said by Alon.
The bonus track Efraim's Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Efraim) was actually a live improvisation, spoofing Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) (in Hebrew: Baruch's Boots).
By the end of 1973 the album was sold in 70,000 copies (a huge amount for an Israeli record). Kaveret was crowned as the band of the year, and in the annual charts Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) was number 1, The Grocery Store (Shir HaMakolet) was number 3 and The Crux Of The Matter (Po Kavur HaKelev) was number 16.

Tracks info:
1. Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy) 0:51
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
** 2. The Grocery Store (Shir HaMakolet) 3:43
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
3. The Cold Shoulder (BaYom UBaLayla) 3:09
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Melissa Connel)
4. Self Service (Sherut Atzmi) 2:43
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
5. Things Could Be Better (Yeled Mizdaken) 3:10
Writer: Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
6. Inspite Of Everything (Lamrot HaKol) 7:00
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
** 7. The Crux Of The Matter (Po Kavur HaKelev) 2:45
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
8. The People In The Closet (Sipur Ha'Aron) 2:00
Writer: Danny Sanderson
9. We Didn't Know What To Do (Lo Yadanu Ma La'asot) 2:18
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Efraim Shamir
10. Joseph What's Happening? (Yossi Ma Nishma?) 2:54
Composer: Danny Sanderson
11. Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) 4:15
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Menachem Zilberman - Composer: Danny Sanderson)
** 12. It's Been Nice (Nechmad) 4:44
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
13. Yo Ya (Yo Ya) 3:56
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yitzhak Klapter)
* 14. Poogy 71 (Poogy 71) 0:06
* 15. Mathematics (Matematika) 1:32
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Meir Fenigstein & Menachem Zilberman
* 16. Piano Lesson (Shi'ur Psanter) 4:12
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Meir Fenigstein
* 17. Efraim's Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Efraim) 1:12
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Menachem Zilberman - Composer: Danny Sanderson)
* 18. There Were Nights (Hayu Leilot) 4:00
Writer: Ya'akov Orland - Composer: Mordechai Zeira
Arrangers: Kaveret
* - Bonus Tracks - Spontaneous and home recordings
** - Remixed Tracks - Remixed in "Hammon" Studios, June 1989
Об альбоме:
LP serial number: BAN-14376
CD serial number: CD-14376
"Poogy 71", "Mathematics" & "Piano Lesson"
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Excerpts from "Poogy Side Shows" (Pinot Poogy) which were broadcasted on Galey Tzahal radio station in Dory Ben-Ze'ev's "From Me To You" (MiMeni Elaich)
"Efraim's Boots" & "There Were Nights"
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Live improvisation, recorded during a rehearsal in "Bet-Arlozorov", 1973
Recorded in "Triton" studios, except for "Self Service"

Personel info:
Alon Oleartchik, Gidi Gov, Danny Sanderson, Meir Fenigstein, Yitzhak Klapter, Yonathan Rechter, Efraim Shamir

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Kaveret - Poogy in A Pita (1974) - Box-Set, 2008, Hed Arzi

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:37 am

Recording Date: 1974
Release Date: 1989
Label: Israel, Hed Arzi
Genre: Classic Rock, Ethnic Rock, Humour Rock, Proto Prog





About albume:
Kaveret was chosen by The Israeli Broadcasting Authority (Rashut Ha'Shidur) to represent Israel in the Eurovision contest, due to their success. Danny Sanderson and Alon Oleartchik wrote the song I Gave Her My Life (Natati La Hayay) and Kaveret started rehearsing. The orchestral arrangement was written by Noam Sharif.
600 Million people watched the Eurovision throughout the world that year. Since the Eurovision policy demands a six members or less band, Yonny Rechter didn't get on stage. Instead he conducted the orchestra. Danny had a little problem just before getting on stage - his guitar cable got stuck on something, so he had to pull it out. Luckily, Kaveret performed with a playback.
Abba won with the song Waterloo, and Kaveret got to the 7th place. Later on, Danny said they looked ridiculous, or in his own words: "Something from Turkey, from the 17th century".
Kaveret Issued a Europian single, which included English version of I Gave Her My Life (Natati La Hayay) now named She Looked Me In The Eye as an A-Side, and an English version of Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) now named Morris And His Turtle as a B-Side. The translations were made all by Danny. The single failed to reach the charts in Europe.
Meanwhile in Israel, some thought it was inappropriate to represnt Israel with I Gave Her My Life (Natati La Hayay), claiming the title is a political reference to prime minister Golda Meir, and that the line "There's enough space for a country or two" referred to the Palestinians living in Israel.
Kaveret got back and started touring again with the Poogy Tales show, which included songs that were excluded from the album. Kaveret started recording its next album, Poogy In A Pitah (Poogy BePitah), which was released in mid-1974. Most of the songs weren't new - some of them were from the original opera, some were performed in the Poogy Tales show but never recorded officialy by the band.
The song Sometimes Yes, Sometimes No (Moshe Ken, Moshe Lo) was originally a song Danny wrote during his military service, and was titled Mushroom Revolution (in English).
L'amour Et La Vie was written together with Kanon player Avraham Salman, who also played in the recording.
The song Hora (Hora Heachzut) was arranged by Danny and Alon especially for the Nahal Bands Convention.
Left Handed Octopus was an instrumental piece, originally recorded by Alon and Danny's previous band, The Schnitzels. Here it was recorded together with The Oriental Music Orchestra, conducted by Zuzu Musa.
As can be heard in the album, Kaveret's members started using different instruments. In addition to the orchestra and the kanon, they used flute (Gidi Gov), moog (Danny), melotron (Danny and Yonny), hammond organ (Yonny), harmonica (Efraim Shamir), 12 strings guitar (Efraim) and Hawaiian guitar (Efraim).
In October Kaveret performed with Poogy Tales for the last time.

Tracks info:
1. I Gave Her My Life (Natati La Hayay) 2:57
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson, Arranger: Noam Sharif
2. Sometimes Yes, Sometimes No (Moshe Ken, Moshe Lo) 3:13
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
3. The Fingernail Eater (Ochel TaTzipornaim) 2:31
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Menachem Zilberman - Composer: Danny Sanderson
4. L'amour Et La Vie (L'amour Et La Vie) 4:04
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Avraham Salman
5. Tea And Sugar (Sukar BaTe) 2:47
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
6. Hora (Hora Heachzut) 3:31
Writer: Yechiel Mohar - Composer: Dubi Zeltzer, Arrangers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik
7. Left Handed Octopus (HaTamnun HaIter) 3:13
Composer: Danny Sanderson - Conductor: Zuzu Musa
8. Everything Has Its Price (Shir HaMechiron) 3:20
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
9. Protest Song (Shir Mecha'a (Antibiotika)) 0:50
Writer: Yonny Rechter - Composer: Yonny Rechter
10. The Ballad Of Arivederchi (HaBalada Al Ari VeDerchi) 6:29
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
* 11. Golden Heart (Im Haya Li Lev Zahav) 2:21
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
* 12. Settlement Song (Hora) 2:55
Performers: Kaveret
* 13. Let Me Live (Tnu Lichyot) 1:56
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
* 14. Blackout (Hafsakat Hashmal) 2:16
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Gidi Gov - Composer: Alon Oleartchik
* - Bonus Tracks - Spontaneous and home recordings
Об альбоме:
LP serial number: BAN-14419
CD serial number: CD-14419
"L'amour A La Vie"
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Kanon: Avraham Salman
"Left Handed Octopus"
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Accompanied by the Oriental Music (Bet-HaShidur Orchestra)
"Everything Has Its Price"
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Accompanied by HaShfela choir (Makhelat HaShfela)
"Settelment Song"
=================
Recorded during the recording session of 'Hora'
"Let Me Live" & "Blackout"
==========================
Live improvisation, recorded during a rehearsal in "Bet-Arlozorov", 1974
Recorded in "Triton" studios

Personel info:
Alon Oleartchik: Bass, moog bass, vocals
Gidi Gov: Vocals, flute
Danny Sanderson: Electric & acoustic guitars, moog, melotron, vocals
Meir Fenigstein: Drums, percussions, vocals
Yitzhak Klapter: Guitars, vocals
Yonathan Rechter: Piano, hammond, melotron, vocals
Efraim Shamir: 12 strings guitar, hawaiian guitar, percussions, harmonica, vocals

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Kaveret - Tzafoof Ba''ozen (1975) - Box-Set, 2008, Hed Arzi

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 12:38 am

Recording Date: 1975
Release Date: 1989
Label:Israel, Hed Arzi





About albume:
When Kaveret started working on their third album, they felt it had to be different in approach, and consisted of contributions from all of the members, and not only Danny Sanderson's (in previous albums, the others only co-wrote with Danny, with the exception of Yonny Rechter's Protest Song (Shir Mecha'a (Antibiotika)), which was a joke, probably improvised during recordings).
It was agreed that each and everyone of the members can offer a song, and that each song will be voted on. Later on, Danny said that democratically, it was the right thing to do, but artistically, it was wrong.
They worked in kibutz Givat Haim for six months. Some strange decisions were made during the polls, which created a tense atmosphere.
Only two 'pure' Sanderson songs were approved - Inspector Z. Greatest (Inspector Pikeach) and The Fastest Man Alive (HaIsh Hachi Mahir).
The Keyboard Has Seven Octaves (LaMikledet Yesh Sheva Octavot), a beautiful song which Yonny wrote, was rejected.
Efraim Shamir, who was into Samba music, suggested recording a Samba piece. Danny objected, because he didn't feel it would sound like Kaveret. Both Yonny and Alon Oleartchik were interested in trying something different, and finally, the song was approved. After Efraim composed the music, Alon and Danny sat down to write the sarcastic lyrics, in spite of Danny's objection. Araleh Kaminsky played percussion on this recording, which was finally titled as Samba (HaOlam Sameach).
Efraim suggested the song Childhood (Shi'ur Moledet), which he sang in his audition to the Nahal Band. The song was based on a Polish tune, and the lyrics were written by Eli Mohar. Danny thought it was a beautiful song, but that it wouldn't fit in with the rock-pop sound of the album. Despite his objection, the song was approved, and Yonny did the orchestral arangement.
The first performance took place in Givat Haim, and was a big disappointment, both to Kaveret's fans and to the members themselves.
Kaveret wasn't expected to change their style, and indeed, as Danny foresaw, the audience didn't like songs like Childhood (Shi'ur Moledet), Samba (HaOlam Sameach) and Idiot's Lament (Shir HaTembel), which was Yitzhak Klapter's first solo both as a - Composer and as a lead singer.
Even songs which sounded more like the old Kaveret failed. Tell It To Your Grandmother (Lech Saper LaSavta), which was supposed to follow Yo-Ya's style and success, didn't reach the charts. The only two successful songs were Goliath (Goliat) and Sailor Song (Shir Malachim).
The album Crowded In The Ear (Tzafuf BaOzen) was released and sold 30,000 copies by the end of the year, which was less than half the copies sold from Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy).
Looking back, the problem with Kaveret at that point was that after the huge success of the Poogy Tales show and album, Kaveret split into two parts: Danny, Gidi Gov and Meir Fenigstein wanted to follow the same formula as in Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy) and Poogy In A Pitah (Poogy BePita) and keep that unique Kaveret sound, or maybe, Sanderson sound. Alon, Efraim, Yonny and Yitzhak wanted to use their success for trying different things and develop a style of their own. Each of them was a walking album, as Danny later said.
In oppose to Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy), which was homogeneous in its sound and style, Crowded In The Ear (Tzafuf BaOzen), although being a superb album, sounded more like a "Best Of..." album, consisted of songs from different times and styles.

Tracks info:
1. Goliath (Goliat) 3:22
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
2. Sailor Song (Shir Malachim) 3:22
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
3. Little Kingdom (Medina Ktana) 3:06
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yonny Rechter
4. Frog Tango (Tango Tzfardeim) 3:50
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yitzhak Klapter
5. Inspector Z. Greatest (Inspector Pikeach) 3:10
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
6. Childhood (Shi'ur Moledet) 3:08
Writer: Eli Mohar - Composer: Efraim Shamir
7. Samba (HaOlam Shameach) 3:32
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Efraim Shamir
8. The Fastest Man Alivet (HaIsh Hachi Mahir) 3:19
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
9. Idiot's Lament (Shir HaTembel) 2:32
Writers: Kaveret - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
10. Tell It To Your Grandmother (Lech Saper LaSavta) 3:10
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yitzhak Klapter
11. She's So Pretty (Hi Kol Kach Yafa) 3:12
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
12. Lu Lu (Lu Lu) 3:28
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik
13. The Show Is Over (Sof HaHatzaga HaLaila) 0:48
Writers: Alon Oleartchik & Yonny Rechter - Composer: Yonny Rechter
14. Just What I Like (Kacha Hi BaEmtza) 4:44
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Menachem Zilberman - Composer: Efraim Shamir & Yitzhak Klapter
* 15. Instrumental Tzafoof Ba'ozen (Hakdama Tizmortit Tzafuf BaOzen) 5:27
- Composer: Danny Sanderson
Tzafoof Ba'ozen
(Tzafuf BaOzen)
Writer: Danny Sanderson
- Composer: Danny Sanderson
* 16. Aptchi (Aptchi)
Writers: Kaveret
0:17 - Composers: Kaveret
* 17. What Do You See (Ma Ata Ro'e) 0:42
Writers: Kaveret
- Composers: Kaveret
* 18. Tarzan (Tarzan)
Performer: Gidi Gov
1:51
* 19. Shula (Mechakim LeShula) 4:00
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik
- Composer: Danny Sanderson
* - Bonus Tracks - Spontaneous and home recordings
Об альбоме:
LP serial number: BAN-14541
CD serial number: CD-14541
"Samba"
Percussions: Araleh Kaminsky
"Childhood"
Strings arrangement: Yonny Rechter
"Aptchi", "What Do You See" & "Tarzan"
Live improvisations
"Shula"
Recorded live during a rehearsal, 1975
Recorded in "Triton" studios

Personel info:
Alon Oleartchik, Gidi Gov, Danny Sanderson, Meir Fenigstein, Yitzhak Klapter, Yonathan Rechter, Efraim Shamir

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Kaveret - Kaveret In The Park (1998) {3CD}

Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 1:19 am

Release Date: 1998
Label: Israel, Hed Arzi, CD serial number: 64020






About albume:
After secret meetings during the end of 1997, which led to rumors regarding an upcoming reunion, Kaveret's members, Danny Sanderson, Gidi Gov, Efraim Shamir, Alon Oleartchik, Yitzhak Klapter, Yonny Rechter and Meir Fenigstein, decided to indeed reunite, to celebrate Israel's 50th independence day and Kaveret's 25th anniversary.
The members started rehearsing, and rebuilt their personal connections. They decided to record two new songs, which will be released on singles towards the concert. They wanted to do only one concert around Israel's independence day, but finally agreed on May 28th 1998, Shavu'ot holiday, as the chosen date.
The reunion was produced by Talit Productions and Hammon Productions, under the sponsorship of Tnuva. Tickets were sold since April, in a wide range of prices: 75-150 NIS per ticket, according to Tnuva's campaign.
In addition, the album Live Summer 1984 was issued in a limited CD edition, which included only 12 songs from the original album, mainly Kaveret's biggest hits. It was decided that the original album won't be released on CD ever, probably due to it's poor sound quality. The CD edition was given away as a prize in the Tnuva campaign, and wasn't released for sale.
On May 1st Kaveret's first new single was released to the radio stations. The song Remember, Don't Remember (Zocher, Lo Zocher) was written by Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Meir Fenigstein and composed by Danny Sanderson, Efraim Shamir, Meir Fenigstein, with a small bridge taken from Moshe Vilansky's Hora Mamtera. It had 9 verses, each about a different year in Israel's history, with comments in usual Kaveret humor. Musically, it had a free-style-funky-rap feeling. The song was received in mixed feelings - some claimed it sounded like 'Kaveret of the 90s', some claimed it was ridiculos they 'sank so low they had to do a rap song', and some said it was just a nice and funny promotion song, and nothing more.
On May 13th Kaveret's second new single was released to the radio stations. The song Looking For A Way Back (Mehapes Derech Hazara) was written by Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik, Efraim Shamir & Gidi Gov, and composed by Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik and Efraim Shamir. It was a sweet-bitter love song, in a simple pop style. The song was almost ignored, though Remember, Don't Remember (Zocher, Lo Zocher) really took off.
On May 25th Kaveret performed infront of 300-400 people in Hangar #11 in Yafo, to check their act. Finally, after 6 months of rehearsing, on May 28th, Kaveret reunited for the 3rd time in Ganey Yehoshu'a, Park HaYarkon. The concert began at 18:30, with Ivri Leader and HaZvuvim as warmups. Kaveret got on stage at 20:40 and performed about 42 songs, 10 of them unplugged, and did 4 sketches. Tal Bergman did additional drumming and percussion. The concert ended at 23:30.
The stage was 67x17 meters, which is enormous in Israeli standards. 300 policemen and 350 security men were at the park, together with 6 ambulances and 40 paramedics.
40,000-45,000 people attended the concert, people from all ages - old fans, young fans and youngsters who weren't born even yet at the previous reunion.
On July 1st a documentary about the reunion named Kaveret In The Park (Kaveret BaPark)was broadcasted in Channel 2. The film focused mainly on the concert itself, showing as much songs as could fit in 70 minutes. Some short bits, mostly improvised jokes from the rehearsing room, were edited in, but there were no real interviews with the members.
On September 18th (Rosh HaShana) a triple CD set named Kaveret In The Park (Kaveret BaPark) was released, including the whole concert on two CDs and a bonus CD named On The Way To The Park (BaDerech El HaPark) including chats and improvised songs from the rehearsals period. The 3rd CD also included the two singles released before the concert and the 1984 live hit Kaveret On 45 - a pop medley of the members' solo hits.
Some corrections were made to the concert album before it's release, including a deletion of a short conversation between Danny and Gidi during the unplugged medley, joking about Israel's prime minister Binyamin Nethanyahu...
The triple album was sold well, and lately Kaveret has been negotiating about performing 3 more concerts in the USA in 1999.

Tracks info:
CD1
1. Opening (Ptiha)
Composers: Kaveret
Inspite Of Everything (Lamrot HaKol) 3:23
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
2. I Gave Her My Life (Natati La Hayay) 2:57
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
3. Remember, Don't Remember (Zocher, Lo Zocher) 3:37
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Meir Fenigstein - Composers: Danny Sanderson,
Efraim Shamir & Moshe Vilansky
4. Self Service (Sherut Atzmi) 2:51
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
5. Sailor Song (Shir Malahim) 3:03
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
6. Goliath (Goliat) 3:29
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
7. I'm And You (Ani Ve'At Az) 3:45
Writer: Yitzhak Klapter - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
8. Everything Has Its Price (Shir HaMehiron) 3:19
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
9. She's So Pretty (Hi Kol Kach Yafa) 3:15
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
10. Lu Lu (Lu Lu) 3:36
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik
11. Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy) 0:46
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
12. The Grocery Story (Sipur HaMakolet) 4:50
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
13. The Grocery Store (Shir HaMakolet) 3:44
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
14. Things Could Be Better (Yeled Mizdaken) 3:49
Writer: Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
15. She walks on the Roads (Hi Holechet BaDrachim) 3:36
Writer: Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Alon Oleartchik
16. Poogy Tales (Sipurey Poogy) 0:38
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
17. Baruch Bridge (Ma'avar Baruch) 0:22
Writer: Danny Sanderson
18. Adulterous Boots (HaMagafaim Shel Baruch) 4:04
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Menahem Zilberman - Composer: Danny Sanderson
19. The People Of The Closet (Anshey Ha'Aron) 2:19
Writer: Danny Sanderson
20. Small Kingdom (Medina Ktana) 3:04
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yonny Rechter
21. It's All For You (Ze HaKol Bishvilech) 3:21
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
22. Without You (Bil'adayich) 3:40
Writer: Dan Minster - Composer: Yonny Rechter (& J.S. Bach)
23. Mathematics (Matematika) 1:21
Writer: Danny Sanderson
24. Why Your Heart As Ice? (Lama Libech Kmo Kerach?) 4:42
Writer: Haim Hefer - Composer: Alon Oleartchik

CD2
1. The Ballad Of Arivederchi (HaBalada Al Ari VeDerchi) 6:45
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
2. The Senior (HaVatik) 6:40
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Gidi Gov - Composer: Danny Sanderson
3. The Crux Of The Matter (Po Kavur HaKelev) 2:41
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
4. Left Handed Octopus (HaTamnun Ha'Iter) 4:59
Composer: Danny Sanderson
5. Unplugged Medley (Unplugged) (Mahrozet Akustit) 11:28
Lo Noda
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
Ha'Ayara Sheli
Writer: Yitzhak Klapter - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
Ne'ehaz Ba'Avir
Writer: Hana Goldberg - Composer: Ovad Efrat
Erev Shel Yom Bahir
Writer: Yonatan Geffen - Composer: Efraim Shamir
Shir Ro'im
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
Na'ara BeMishkafaim
Writer: Yonatan Geffen - Composer: Danny Sanderson
Shir Nevu'i
Writers: Yonny Rechter & Eli Mohar - Composer: Yonny Rechter
Shu'al BaKarnaval
Writers: Kaveret - Composer: Antonius Karlos Jovis
Yesh Lanu Eretz Nehederet
Writers: Ilan Goldhirsh & Kaveret - Composer: Goodman Steven
The Boxer (HaMit'agref)
Composer: Paul Simon
6. Hora (Hora Heachzut) 2:57
Writer: Yehi'el Mohar - Composer: Dubi Zeltzer
7. Yo-Ya (Yo-Ya) 7:22
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composers: Danny Sanderson & Yitzhak Klapter
8. Tea And Sugar (Sukar BaTe) 2:17
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
9. Galshan 2:52
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
10. Haver BeHevrat Atzmi 4:23
Writers: Efraim Shamir & Ya'akov Gil'ad - Composer: Efraim Shamir
11. It's Been Nice (Nehmad) 3:25
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
12. Childhood (Shi'ur Moledet) 3:41
Writer: Eli Mohar - Composer: Efraim Shamir

CD3
1. Sfaradi 0:39
Performers: Gidi Gov, Efraim Shamir & Yitzhak Klapter
2. HaShir Ha'Atzuv Al Meir Fenigstein 1:03
Performer: Yonny Rechter
3. Looking For A Way Back (Mehapes Derech Hazara) 3:51
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik, Efraim Shamir & Gidi Gov
Composers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Efraim Shamir
4. Horhe Shneidman 0:19
Performer: Alon Oleartchik
5. Yeled 2:57
Performers: Kaveret
6. Eiropa 0:22
Performers: Kaveret
7. Panas Boded 0:30
Writer: Haim Gury - Composer: Sasha Argov
Performers: Gidi Gov & Danny Sanderson
8. Jam 1:37
Performers: Kaveret
9. HaMem'Mem 0:30
Performers: Alon Oleartchik & Kaveret
10. Ha'Ish Im HaMasor 0:40
Performer: Aharon Kotleir
11. Remember, Don't Remember (Zocher, Lo Zocher) 3:39
Writers: Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchik & Meir Fenigstein
Composers: Danny Sanderson, Efraim Shamir & Moshe Vilansky
12. Chromatika 0:57
Performers: Kaveret
13. Golden Heart (Jam) (Im Haya Li Lev Zahav (Jam)) 1:13
Writers: Danny Sanderson & Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Danny Sanderson
14. Kaveret On 45 4:47
Wreath Of Blakened Gold (Atur Mitzhech)
Writer: Avraham Halfi- Composer: Yonny Rechter
Shir Ahava Bedu'i
Writer: Yitzhak Vaigerten - Composer: Yitzhak Klapter
Zemer LaSfina (Shki'a Nuga)
Writer: Haim Hefer - Composer: David Zehavi
Childhood (Shi'ur Moledet)
Writer: Eli Mohar - Composer: Efraim Shamir
Siba Lih'yot
Writer: Danny Sanderson - Composer: Danny Sanderson
Meir & Alon (Meir VeAlon)
Writer: Alon Oleartchik - Composer: Alon Oleartchik
15. Mevatel Du Si'ah 0:42
Performers: Gidi Gov & Danny Sanderson

Recorded live, HaYarkon Park, Tel Aviv 28.5.1998
Arrangements and musical production: Kaveret
The concert (CD1&2) was recorded and mixed by "Zaza" - recording studio van, June '98
On The Way To The Park (the 3rd CD):
All tracks were recorded in "D.B. Studios" except "Yeled", "Panas Boded", "Jam", "Chromatika", "Golden Heart (Jam)", "Kaveret On 45", recorded in "Hook Studios"
All tracks are improvised and recorded live to DAT except "Looking For A Way Back", "Remember, Don't Remember", "Kaveret On 45"

Personel info:
Danny Sanderson - Vocals and guitar
Gidi Gov - Vocals
Alon Oleartchik - Vocals and bass
Efraim Shamir - Vocals and guitar
Yonny Rechter - Vocals and keyboards
Yitzhak Klapter - Vocals and guitar
Meir Fenigstein - Vocals and drums
Tal Bergman - Drums and percussion

Releases info:

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Post by Musicgate on Sat Sep 04, 2010 1:23 am

1973 - Hamagafaim Shel Baruch (partial)



Tango Tsfardeim (Frog Tango)



Hamagafaim Shel Baruch



Golliath



1973 - Yo ya



on droadcasting



Part 9



Eurovision 1974 - Kaveret - Natati la khayay



Medina Ktana



Natati la khayay



Poppury



Hora



Yo Ya



Poogy's Stories



Natati La Chai (I gave her my life)



He kol kah yafa (She is so Pretty)



1973 - Sukar Ba'te



Kaveret - Hamagafaim Shel Baruch (Baruch's Boots)



Yo Ya



Kaveret - Hamakolet (The Grocery)



POOGY (KAVERET) 1974 Israel Eurovision entry ENGLISH VERSION



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Re: Kaveret (Israel) - 4 альбома (1973 - 1998) {Made In Israel / Classic Rock, Ethnic Rock, Humour Rock, Proto Prog}

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несколько текстов песен на английском

Yo-Ya
Spoiler:
Lyrics and Music: Danny Sanderson
Performed by Kaveret ("Beehive") a/k/a Poogy

I received a somewhat exaggerated punishment,
They sentenced me to death.
I sat on the electric chair,
I left my private transport.
If only I could
Switch chairs,
Because they say, usually:
"He who changes his place changes his luck" [Rabbinic quotation]

Chorus:
Yo-ya, I ask
Yo-ya, you answer
Hey, yo-ya, is it fair?
Hey, yo-ya, you don't know.

My brother collected stamps,
So he worked in the post office.
He distributed the letters,
He even got a degree in it.
One day his supervisor noticed
He was also collecting the letters.
He was fired from his job immediately,
Because "To every thing/mailman there is an end." [Pun]

I had an uncle so lazy
That he was too lazy to rest.
He would go to the ants [Proverbs 6 -- "Go to the ant, O sluggard..."]
And return disspirited.
If only he were less foolish,
Then he certainly would know
That the proverb has an addition:
"Consider her ways, and be wise." ["...she prepares her food in summer, etc."]

Chorus

A cousin of mine wanted to swim,
In order to float on a regular basis.
He learned swimming by correspondence,
With a well-known lifeguard.
When he finally entered the water,
Within seconds he disappeared.
Two people jumped in after him right away:
"Two are better/drown from one." [Pun]

Chorus


A Small Country (medinah ktanah)
Spoiler:
Danny Sanderson/Yoni Rechter

In a faraway place, close to here
We got ourselves together
We brought our friends
And we didn't say who or what

South, north, center
We rented a little sky
Tears brought rain
We opened a new country

A small country dodges trouble
You won't find the address,
It's safe in a box.
In such a hard world
It's not good to stand out
We'll hide here and never ever come out

Two houses, two horses, three trees
Always going on foot
Singing songs without a flag
Breathing for years for no reason

Wars, disasters go on off to the side
We're in ourselves
And all that's here with us
Can always be erased

Someday, if it's worth it, perhaps we'll leave
As long as we can withstand the duration
I don't feel the need
We'll live and die and then we'll see


Aging Boy (yeled mizdaken)
Spoiler:
Danny Sanderson/Alon Oleartchik

An aging boy,
A boy going bad,
Learns the principle
Only after he falls.
Doesn't speak well,
Give it up, boy,
That's what they tell him
When he falls down in the street.

Today you got up at two in the afternoon,
Saw what the hour was, what darkness in your eyes.
What do do when father worries,
This year already you were suppsed to get married.

You got up and went to Tel Aviv in the morning,
You saw people who live so dearly,
What is the price of an well-schooled kid,
Who doesn't want to live and feel like nobody.

Aging boy,
Boy Diplomat,
Talks a lot,
For us it's just a little.
Lives in bed,
Lights a heater,
How strange it is,
When you live on boredom.

Dear mother,
A boy grows old
That's very said
When they bury your son.
Take me to your side,
Talk to me alone,
A want to build
Blocks on the floor.

--- medley with:

Despite Everything (lamrot ha-kol)
Spoiler:
We had some problems, it seems
We thought we wouldn't make it
We went in the wrong direction
In a pretty surprising way

Between all the directions and ways
One could die
Years without hope for we didn't know
How best to travel
But for all that we arrived, despite everything.
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