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Israel

Ha'Dudaim

Ha'Dudaim: The Dudaim's 10th Anniversary



  • The Dudaim's 10th Anniversary
    • 1968 - HED-ARZI BAN 14010 LP
    • 2002 - Hed Arzi 64386 CD
  • Side One
    1. Medley:
      1. Erev Shel Shoshanim (Night of Roses) — (M. Dor, J. Hadar)
      2. Tapuach Hinani (Pretty Apple) — (M. Dor, J. Hadar)
    2. Shayereth Harokhvim (Rider's Caravan) — (Elipaz, Sh. Israeli)
    3. Hekhalil (the Flute) — (L. Goldberg, D. Zehavi)
    4. Gever Ve'isha (A Man and a Woman) — (A. Ettinger, F. Lai, P. Barouh)
    5. Shir Le'Khag Assor (Tenth Anniversary Song) — (Naomi Shemer)
    6. Rad Halayla (Night Falls) — (Y. Orland, folktune)
    7. Sinner Man (Folklore)
    8. The Overgate (Folklore)
  • Side Two
    1. Kama Tov Lashir (What a Pleasure is singing) — (Y. Shabtai, Y. Zarai)
    2. Shuv Babayit (Home Again) — (D. Almagor, A. Levanon)
    3. Shir Hapundekayith (The Innkeeper's Song) — (N. Alterman, G. Bertini)
    4. Ma Lamadta Bagan Hayom (What have you learned in school today?) — (H. Heffer, T. Paxton)
    5. Krav Har'el (Har'el Battle) — (H. Heffer, folktunes)
    6. Ksheyavo Shalom (When peace will come) — (H. Heffer, folktune)

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  • The Dudaim
    • Benny Amdursky: Vocals
    • Israel Gurion: Vocals & Guitar
  • Guests
    • Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor (Track: 8)
    • Naomi Shemer (Track: 5)
    • Rivka Michaeli (Track: 4)
    • Hanna Maron (Track: 11)
    • Arik Einstein (Tracks: 13 & 14)
    • Yehoram Gaon (Tracks: 13 & 14)
  • Credits
    • The Dudaim's Tenth Anniversary, recorded live at the Mann Auditorium (Tel Aviv in February 1968)
    • Master Of Ceremony: Dahn Ben Amotz
    • Produced by BENNY AMDURSKY
    • Instrumental arrangements, conducted and supervised by DAVID KRIBUSHEY
    • Photos: Ya'akov & Alex Agor
    • Artwork: Gila Shakin

  • Notes:
    • I just recently became aware of this very obscure appearance by Robin Hall & Jimmie Macgregor.
    • Ha'Dudaim (The Dudaim) were Benny Amdursky and Israel Gurion, a very popular Israeli Folk Duo that played together from 1958 until Benny's death in 1994.
    • Most sources I have found for this recording don't mention Robin and Jimmie by name; if referred to at all, it is usually as "a pair of Irish folk singers".