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Sh`ma Yisrael (CD)

Author: Barry and Batya Segal

Product code: MC4

Blending rhythmic praise with ethnic overtones and mixing the Hebrew and English languages, this will create in you a new and passionate expression of worship towards "The Holy One of Israel".


Includes original recordings of the Israeli Defense Forces entering the old city of Jerusalem and then reaching the Temple Mount and the Western Wall during the Six-Day War in 1967.

"A superb set of Hebrew worship songs, delightfully sung by a talented duo. Listen to learn, for entertainment, or preferably both. Excellent biblical music." 
Tony May, Christian music reviewer
Track Listing
  1. Sh`ma Yisrael (Deut 6:4)
  2. Baruch Haba (Matthew 23:39)
  3. Hallelu Et Adonai (Psalm 117)
  4. Hineh Lo Yanum (Psalm 121:4
  5. Kadosh (Revelation 4:8)
  6. Kumi Ori (Isaiah 60:1-2)
  7. Lema`an Tzion (Isaiah 62:1)
  8. Seh Haelohim (John 1:29)
  9. Shiviti Adonai (Psalm 16:8-9)
  10. Esa Einai (Psalm 121:1-2)
  11. Hava Nagila
  12. Hodu L`Adonai (Psalm 136: 1-3)

About the Author

Barry and Batya Segal

Barry & Batya bring a rich harmony of Scripture and song to the listener through Messianic praise & worship. With strong ties in both the nations and Jerusalem, they weave the deepest roots of our biblical heritage together with the fresh Spirit-filled worship of today.