Ofra Haza - Whole Soul download album
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Composed by Ofra Haza & Goran Bregovic (1993). The Hebrew version to Elo Hi, from the Franch movie Queen Margot, also sung by Ofra Haza. I never heard such a beautiful voice !!!! Ojala que algun dia te pueda conocer alla en cielo cerca de DIOS Grande Ofra . the most beautiful music among what I've heard recently. she has the most perfect things inside her soul as a musician.
In 1994, Ofra Haza released her first Hebrew album in seven years, Kol Haneshama (The Whole Soul). This beautiful and haunting single appears on the album. Ayelet Chen (Graceful Gazelle). Another track that appears on Ofra Haza’s 1984 album ‘Yemenite Songs’. The songs are sung in Hebrew with a Yemenite dialect and in Arabic. Leorech Hayam (Along the Sea).
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Ofra Haza is the eponymous 1997 album by Israeli singer Ofra Haza. The album was produced by Frank Peterson (of Enigma and Gregorian), recorded both in Hamburg as well as at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London, and includes the single release "Show Me", an updated version of "Im Nin' Alu", songs co-written by Peterson, Haza and manager Bezalel Aloni as well as a cover version of Carole King's "You've Got a Friend"
Composed by Ofra Haza & Goran Bregovic (1993). Composed by Ofra Haza & Goran Bregovic (1993). Related of "Ofra Haza - The Whole Soul (Kol Aneshama, Elo Hi)" Videos. Yerushalayim Shel Zahav - Ofra Haza (Live).
Bat-Sheva Ofra Haza was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, to Yemeni Jewish parents who immigrated to Israel from Yemen. She was the youngest of nine children (six sisters and two brothers) to Yefet and Shoshana Haza. They raised her in the Hatikva Quarter, an impoverished neighborhood of Tel Aviv. In 1994, Haza released her first Hebrew album in seven years, Kol Haneshama (The Whole Soul). Though not an initial chart success, the album produced one of her biggest hits to date, Le'orech Hayam (Along The Sea), written by Ayala Asherov. The song did not have any substantial chart success upon its release to radio but became an anthem after Haza performed it on the assembly in memorial to deceased Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, a week after he was assassinated.
Ofra Haza (Hebrew: עפרה חזה) was a highly successful Israeli pop icon whose rags-to-riches career started in 1983 when she came second in the Eurovision Song Contest. She released 16 gold and platinum albums. She was born 19 November 1957 in Tel Aviv, Israel and died 23 February 2000 in Ramat Gan, Israel of an AIDS related illness. In Groups: Shechunat Hatikvah Workshop Theatre. Variations: Viewing All Ofra Haza.