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Reb Shaya / Press

“This is a very sophisticated arrangement. The music is so beautiful it really makes me feel good to listen to this song. The sounds in this song are so pretty and very jazzy. I think it's some kind of horn instrument leading the melody. Then, this gorgeous voice comes into the mix and graces the song with lovely rhythm. The singer matches this other worldly music very well.”

Soundout Review

“This piece was absolutely lovely. I found myself listening to all seven minutes of it. Beautiful vocals to accompany the wonderful accompaniment of instruments. I can't comment much on the lyrics since I am completely clueless on the language used by the vocalists but I can definitely say the language is beautiful in itself and works perfectly in this context. The melody remains very clear and simple and relaxing to listen to yet, the musical work feels to hold much more than that, I believe it is through the performance of the vocalist who seems to convey a very powerful emotion through his singing. I really enjoyed it as I am sure many others would.”

Soundout Review

“As stated, music has no borders!! Your music is very spiritual and soul searching....from rejoicing to feeling the pain of others. I especially liked Koh Echsof - R' Moshe Kubrin”

Joe Hrasna - Artist - Reverbnation

“Took the time to listen to all the music. Simply beautiful. Koh Echcof is especially lovely. The very best to you in 2012 and I'll be back to listen again.”

C.S Holt Blues Revival - Reverbnation

“Koh Echsof is absolutely beautiful. I wish I understood the language, but it is very melodic.”

Dave McIsaac - Reverbnation

“Reb, I find the sound very inspirational. I know very little about Hebrew music, outside of the realm of worship, but I like the directions. I wish you the best of success.”

Geoff Thurman - Reverbnation

“I have also found a musician by the name of Reb Shaya which has some beautiful orchestral Russian-Jewish music which is sourced from hundreds of years ago in Russian-jewish villages. This is both relevant and beautiful and depending on whether or not I want to make the sound more upbeat or poignant, may also be useful.”