Shlomo Carlebach
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Shomer Yisrael
Days Are Coming Hinei Yamim Baim Esso Ennai
The Story of the Destruction of the Holy Temple Lama Lanetzach Hashiveinu
The Story of the Holy Tailor Hashiveinu
Orech Yamim
Adir Hu
Luley
Shalom Aleichem The Blessings of the Children Eshet Chayil
Hinei Kel David Melech
Simcha Leartzecha
Yerushalayim Am Yisrael Chai
Esso Ennai
Haneshama Lach
Luley
Borfschi Nafshi
Let Me Hear Thy Voice
Joy To The Land
Od Avinu Chai
Ein Kelokeinu
Shifchi Kamayim
Mimkomo
L'shanah Habah
Barcheinu Avinu
Mizmor Shir
Shalom_Uvenai Yerushalayim
Bo'i V'shalom
Yisrael B'Tach Bashem
Oseh Shalom
Od Yishama Shalom
Yachad
L'Cha Dodi
Asher Bara
Ma Ashiv
Tov L'hodot
Ki va Moed
Shalom Aleichem
Shalom Aleichem II
Harachaman Hu Y'zakeinu
Va' ani B'chasdecha
Barcheinu Avinu
Shalom (Let There Be Peace)
The Holy Beggar - A Story
Mizmor Shir (The Whole World is Waiting)
Shalom_Uvenei Yerushalayim
Bo'i V'Shalom
V'Techezena
Yisrael B'Tach Bashem
Oseh Shalom
Od Yishama_Shalom
Shifchi Kamayim (Pour Out Your Heart)
Mimkomo (Lord, Where Are You)
Gevalt (Wake Up)
Odeh Hashem (With All My Heart)
L'Cho Ezbach (In Jerusalem)
Ki Besimchoh (Let Joy Lead You)
Vsim Chelkainu (Until)
Hiney (The Lord Awakens You)
Eloko (G-d of Glory)
Sh'Beshiflenu (If I Fall)
L'shanah Habah (Next Year in Jerusalem)
Esso Einai
Haneshama Lach
Mimkomcho
Uv'neh O'sah
Shomer Yisroel
Al Tiroh
Av Harachamim
Luley
Es-Halech
Ki Luishuas'chah
Ruach
Old Yishama
Bless The Lord
Let Me Hear Thy Voice
Even as a Shepard
Take With Your Words
Lord of Heaven
Turn To Me
They Trusted in Thee
Joy to the Land
Whenever I thought
And They All Accept
Behold Our Affliction
Yachad
Days Are Coming
Mi Chamocha
L'cha Dodi
M'loch
Asher Bara
Ma Ashiv
Ein K'elokeinu
Tav L'hodot
Ki Va Moed
Melech Rachaman
Mikdash
Rachmanu
Vani Tfilati
Yamin Usmol
Gevalt
Hashem Melech
Tshuatam
Kumbaya
Od Avinu Chai
Ein Kelokeinu
Opening Chants
Yismechu B`malchutcha
L`cha dodee
Kol M`kadesh
The Creation
Mizmor Shir
Shalom Aleichem
Beyond Paradise
Shalom Aleichem
The Holy Hunchback
Harachaman Hu Y`zakeinu
Va`ani B`chasdecha
Shabbat Shalom
Good Shabos
Lecha Ezbach Hashiveynu
Vehashev
Berditchever Niggun Orech Yamim
Lulay Torat'cha
Bo'i V'Shalom
Shalom Aleichem Eyshet Chayil
Ya Ribon Olam
Tov L'Hodot
Elecha
M'loch
V'ye'atayu
Lecha Ezbach Hashiveynu
Ein Keloheynu
U'benay Yerushalayim
Va'ani B'Chasdecha
L'Olam Lo Eshkach
Siman Tov
V'Eneynu Tirena
V'Harenu
Asher Bara
Rizhner Niggun
Od Yishama
L'Ma'an Achai
L'cha Ezbach
Yehi Shalom
Eliyahu Hanavi-Dovid Melech
Shrei Shabbos-Yism'chu
Ayn Kelokainu
Am M'kadshai
Asher Boro
Ahavas Olam
Hodu Lashem
V'Sham Nashir-Yiboneh Hamikdash
The Gift of Shabbos
U'Bene ota
L'cha Ezbach
U'bne Yerusalaim
V'yeateyu
V'enenu Tirena
V'hareinu
Ain Kelohenu
Ahavat Olam
V'hashev Cohanim
Eliyahu Hanavi
Ahavat Olam
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Shlomo Carlebach was born in Berlin, Germany in 1925. He grew up near Vienna where his father was the chief Rabbi. In 1939, as the war began to escalate and the Nazi's grip tightened, Shlomo and his family miraculously escaped to New York where he spent time learning in many different Yeshivas.  Even as a young boy, Shlomo's vision and clarity of thought always set him apart from his peers as being amongst the most brilliant of the scholars around him. Through that vision, courage, and a deep love of all people, Shlomo took on a mission and set off on a path that many didn't believe in.   Shlomo believed that to uplift, inspire, and bring joy to every human being was truly his reason for existing.   Through his words of Torah, his music and his stories,  Shlomo touched the hearts and souls of all who were blessed to hear him.  He sought to remind people that they are never alone, that there is one G-d who loves them, and that every person has a unique and important mission to discover for themselves.  He was able to uplift the spirits and lives of the most broken,  distraught people worldwide; people of all faiths and cultures.  Much of Shlomo's life was spent traveling the world where he sang with the poor, the lost and the lonely,  always saying that he learned from them. Shlomo frequently stated that if we could see the best in each other and appreciate our own innate beauty,   there would be no heartache in the world. Despite his passing in 1994,   tens of thousands of lives are touched by Shlomo's message and melodies. His music and his compelling life story continue to inspire many with his message urging each person to open his or her heart to those around them.

 

Live In South Africa
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      On the heels of the Broadway run of Soul Doctor, Sojourn Records has issued a previously unissued July 1986 2-CD set of Shlomo Carlebach “Live In South Africa,” recorded live in Johannesburg.  This landmark 2-date run was described in a letter to the promoter by the cities’ mayor (who was in attendance) as “electrifying”.  The set closes with Carlebach’s most well known song, “Am Yisrael Chai.”      The set was remastered by Sojourn Records President Mark Ambrosino in Madhouse Studios in Queens.  Previously the concert had been bootlegged on cassette, but this edition is the definitive one,  restored, edited and mixed from the original master tapes.
Shomer Yisrael
Days Are Coming Hinei Yamim Baim Esso Ennai
The Story of the Destruction of the Holy Temple Lama Lanetzach Hashiveinu
The Story of the Holy Tailor Hashiveinu
Orech Yamim
Adir Hu
Luley
Shalom Aleichem The Blessings of the Children Eshet Chayil
Hinei Kel David Melech
Simcha Leartzecha
Yerushalayim Am Yisrael Chai
The Best of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach (Disc I)
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The Best of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach is a compilation created by Tav Hashmini (The Eighth Note) for release in Israel. Sojourn Records, a NYC-based record label with the exclusive license from the Estate of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, partnered with the Israeli label late last year. The 28-song compilation draws from seven of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's releases and charts a chronological progression beginning in 1959 with Haneshema Lach and continues through Days Are Coming (1978) and L'Kovod Shabbos (1980). It is a comprehensive collection of many of R. Carlebach's famous melodies, and is especially well-suited for the individual who is undecided about which of his many titles to purchase. The compilation will be made available in the United States in limited quantities by Sojourn Records. If you buy CD, you receive the full two CD compilation.
Esso Ennai
Haneshama Lach
Luley
Borfschi Nafshi
Let Me Hear Thy Voice
Joy To The Land
Od Avinu Chai
Ein Kelokeinu
Shifchi Kamayim
Mimkomo
L'shanah Habah
Barcheinu Avinu
Mizmor Shir
Shalom_Uvenai Yerushalayim
The Best of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach (Disc II)
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The Best of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach is a compilation created by Tav Hashmini (The Eighth Note) for release in Israel. Sojourn Records, a NYC-based record label with the exclusive license from the Estate of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, partnered with the Israeli label late last year. The 28-song compilation draws from seven of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's releases and charts a chronological progression beginning in 1959 with Haneshema Lach and continues through Days Are Coming (1978) and L'Kovod Shabbos (1980). It is a comprehensive collection of many of R. Carlebach's famous melodies, and is especially well-suited for the individual who is undecided about which of his many titles to purchase. The compilation will be made available in the United States in limited quantities by Sojourn Records. If you buy CD, you receive the full two CD compilation.
Bo'i V'shalom
Yisrael B'Tach Bashem
Oseh Shalom
Od Yishama Shalom
Yachad
L'Cha Dodi
Asher Bara
Ma Ashiv
Tov L'hodot
Ki va Moed
Shalom Aleichem
Shalom Aleichem II
Harachaman Hu Y'zakeinu
Va' ani B'chasdecha
Songs of Peace
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Songs of Peace is two unreleased live performances, both from 1973, carefully transferred, mixed and mastered by Sojourn Records, the only exclusively licensed label permitted by his Estate to release unreleased or undiscovered recordings. Songs of Peace speaks for itself - two intimate recordings that capture the amazing spirit and beauty of Shlomo Carlebach's gift. It is a beautiful display of his musical genius, spirituality and humanity.
Barcheinu Avinu
Shalom (Let There Be Peace)
The Holy Beggar - A Story
Mizmor Shir (The Whole World is Waiting)
Shalom_Uvenei Yerushalayim
Bo'i V'Shalom
V'Techezena
Yisrael B'Tach Bashem
Oseh Shalom
Od Yishama_Shalom
Wake Up World
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Forty-five years after its initial release, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s classic recording Wake Up World! is being re-released by Sojourn Records. Virtually unavailable except in its original vinyl format, Wake Up World is now restored and remastered by Sojourn cofounder Mark Ambrosino, giving new life to one of Carlebach’s early masterpieces originally released in 1965. Featuring orchestration by Milton Okun, Wake Up World! is a beautiful and rich depiction of Carlebach’s timeless songwriting and his spiritual vision.    
Shifchi Kamayim (Pour Out Your Heart)
Mimkomo (Lord, Where Are You)
Gevalt (Wake Up)
Odeh Hashem (With All My Heart)
L'Cho Ezbach (In Jerusalem)
Ki Besimchoh (Let Joy Lead You)
Vsim Chelkainu (Until)
Hiney (The Lord Awakens You)
Eloko (G-d of Glory)
Sh'Beshiflenu (If I Fall)
L'shanah Habah (Next Year in Jerusalem)
Haneshama Lach
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Released 1959 Original Text from 1959 Album. Shlomo Carlebach, whose voice and original music are heard on this record, is a young ordained rabbi. He has started and remains in the center of an electrifying movement among the young people in the American Jewish communities. His songs are an unusual expression of feelings reflecting varying as well as blended moods of Jewish religious life. The deep but yet beautifully simple joy of the Chassidic mystic moods in combination with the overwhelming love for the study of the Torah as lived in the world of the Yeshivot, permeate all of his music.
Esso Einai
Haneshama Lach
Mimkomcho
Uv'neh O'sah
Shomer Yisroel
Al Tiroh
Av Harachamim
Luley
Es-Halech
Ki Luishuas'chah
Ruach
Old Yishama
Sing My Heart
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Released in 2004. Released originally in 1961. From Shlomo Carlebach: This, my second record, is dedicated to the people who sing my songs; to the people I have met through my music, with a glance, with a handshake, with a sigh, with a smile, with a wish, with a song: to the people I have never met...and long to meet. To you, young people, boys and girls who are so near to me. Your striving is my striving. Your struggle is my struggle. Together let us find the way to the Ribbono Shel Olam, our Father in Heaven, to study His Torah, to keep his commandments and above all, to be his friends. As for me, let it be my privilege to sing His Praise. Borchi Nafshi es Hashem. Sing My Heart.
Bless The Lord
Let Me Hear Thy Voice
Even as a Shepard
Take With Your Words
Lord of Heaven
Turn To Me
They Trusted in Thee
Joy to the Land
Whenever I thought
And They All Accept
Behold Our Affliction
Days Are Coming
Album Cover for Days Are Coming
When Shlomo originally recorded Days are Coming, he spoke of a vision where G-d would be part of our daily lives one day, and that we would be unable to live without His holy Presence. Shlomo hungered for a world that was filled with joy and love. He prayed for a time when we would see the beauty and goodness of our fellow man, not his weaknesses and failures. He longed for peace that was not based on hollow words, but was the true peace that could only come fro G-d. The peace we could receive only if we truly open our hearts. He gave each person he met a t a glimpse of his dream - of the Great Day that is coming. We hope the new remastered Days are Coming lifts your spirits and brings you peace.
Yachad
Days Are Coming
Mi Chamocha
L'cha Dodi
M'loch
Asher Bara
Ma Ashiv
Ein K'elokeinu
Tav L'hodot
Ki Va Moed
Shlomo Carlebach Live
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A moving and soul stirring remastered CD of a Live show the Legendary Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach sang in Israel in 1962. If you close your eyes, you can almost feel you are there... Released 2002.
Melech Rachaman
Mikdash
Rachmanu
Vani Tfilati
Yamin Usmol
Gevalt
Hashem Melech
Tshuatam
Kumbaya
Od Avinu Chai
Ein Kelokeinu
L'Kovod Shabbos
Album Cover for L'Kovod Shabbos
 From Shlomo Carlebach: This record is dedicated to our children, our Little Shabbos candles, that have been lit since the days of our mother's Eve and Sarah, and will be lit till the great day comes - the great Shabbos. It is also very specially dedicated to all those beautiful Shabbos candles that at one time or another stopped shining, and to all the Shabbos candles waiting to be lit. The stories on this record are dedicated to my own precious children, my pride and the core of my heart, Neshama - little soul and Nedara - little promise. May their light guide the way for the Mashiach.
Opening Chants
Yismechu B`malchutcha
L`cha dodee
Kol M`kadesh
The Creation
Mizmor Shir
Shalom Aleichem
Beyond Paradise
Shalom Aleichem
The Holy Hunchback
Harachaman Hu Y`zakeinu
Va`ani B`chasdecha
Shabbat Shalom
Good Shabos
Open Your Hearts
Album Cover for Open Your Hearts
Open Your Hearts, released after Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's death by the Shlomo Carlebach Foundation in Israel, is a beautfiul collection produced by Yehuda Katz.
Lecha Ezbach Hashiveynu
Vehashev
Berditchever Niggun Orech Yamim
Lulay Torat'cha
Bo'i V'Shalom
Shalom Aleichem Eyshet Chayil
Ya Ribon Olam
Tov L'Hodot
Elecha
M'loch
V'ye'atayu
Lecha Ezbach Hashiveynu
Holy Brothers & Sisters
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Ein Keloheynu
U'benay Yerushalayim
Va'ani B'Chasdecha
L'Olam Lo Eshkach
Siman Tov
V'Eneynu Tirena
V'Harenu
Asher Bara
Rizhner Niggun
Od Yishama
L'Ma'an Achai
L'cha Ezbach
Yehi Shalom
The Gift of Shabbos
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Eliyahu Hanavi-Dovid Melech
Shrei Shabbos-Yism'chu
Ayn Kelokainu
Am M'kadshai
Asher Boro
Ahavas Olam
Hodu Lashem
V'Sham Nashir-Yiboneh Hamikdash
The Gift of Shabbos
Carlebach Sings with the Children of Israel
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U'Bene ota
L'cha Ezbach
U'bne Yerusalaim
V'yeateyu
V'enenu Tirena
V'hareinu
Ain Kelohenu
Ahavat Olam
V'hashev Cohanim
Eliyahu Hanavi
Ahavat Olam
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Songs of Peace Review - Teruah Jewish Music Blog
Wonderful review of Shlomo Carlebach's Songs of Peace released last October 2009 on Sojourn. And Jack Z. was great to listen and write about the recording. Here's the link to the post here.
Shlomo Carlebach New Release
A new Shlomo Carlebach recording, "Songs of Peace", with previously unreleased performances recorded live in 1973, is in stores as of October 27th and distributed in the US and Canada by Sony/RED and available here as well. Known as the "Father of Modern Jewish Music", Shlomo Carlebach died fifteen years ago - but his legacy lives on due to the continued playing and singing of his songs by millions of people worldwide. Neshama Carlebach, his daughter, has also played an integral role with her active promotion and performing of her father's music. With this recording, Neshama and the Estate of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach have collaborated with Sojourn Records to produce these fantastic recordings that were only dis covered in the last two years. Sojourn Records is honored to be a part of this release and believes that this music is extraordinary - an offering from a man no longer here, recorded over thirty-five years ago - yet strangely of this moment in time.
Musica Judaica Essay/Review for Songs of Peace
Musica Judaica published this essay on the recent Sojourn Records release of Songs of Peace, a recording from 1973 of Shlomo Carlebach in concert. See here
12/13/2014
Soul Doctor
Play about Shlomo Carlebach opens off-Broadway
339 W. 47 St., New York, NY