The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim)  •  Discography

The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim) was an Israeli pop band with Benny Amdursky, Shalom Hanoch and Hanan Yovel. Their only album, released in 1969, was a success commercially, however, following the departure of Hanoch plans for a second album were shelved and the band broke up in 1970.

At the time, their music was considered innovative in the way their songs combined effects of pop and country music with a touch of Hasidic music. In 1993 The Three'ngers reunited for the first and last time, on a television program dedicated to Benny Amdursky, who died from cancer a few months later.


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Discography
  • The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): 1969 (4 releases)
    • The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): 1969 - Hed-Arzi BAN 14100 LP
    • The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): 1991 - Hed-Arzi BAN 14100 CD
    • The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): 2002 - Hed-Arzi ACUM 64-361 CD
    • The Three'ngers (Hashlosharim): 2009 - NMC 64927-2 CD + DVD
  • Hassidic Song Festival: 1969 - Hed-Arzi BAN 14121 LP — various artists
  • Hayoshever Bashura Harishona: 1970 - Hed-Arzi, 45-691 [7"]
  • This Can't Be: 1970 - Hed-Arzi 45-692 [7"]