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Thursday, 19 Elul, 5779
  |  September 19, 2019

A Tribute to Moshe Yess

On Motzai Shabbos last week, legendary musician Moshe Yess passed away at the age of 65. TorahCafé presents two special videos of him singing at the Ivy League Torah Study Experience in 1992. Video

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Please put more on!
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Please put more on!

This is gr8!
Thank You!

HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST
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HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST

The is no one I can think of in the world of Jewish music who was as talented as he. His music was completely original and his message was profound, His lyrics exciting or moving. His music resinated with people of every age and walk of life. Her had had a rare singing voice which fit his music like a hand in a glove. No one could sing and deliver Moshe Yess song as he himself could. He was an exceptional entertainer without having to use the bells and whistles used by most entertainers in stage shows or otherwise. But… Read more »

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fan

checkout rabbiyess.com

AMAZING
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AMAZING

I AM TOTALLY A FAN!!
I LOVE HIS MUSIC!!!

A true artist
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A true artist

I grew up on Moshe Yess music. I saw Megama live in my father’s chabad house as a child, and then Moshe Yess on his own when my husband and I brought him twice to sing for our community years later.
He is a legend. Amazing talent, voice, guitar, composition.
A very big loss. Loved his music,I will miss him.

love it
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love it

best jewish english music by far! he will be missed!

Please anyone who has more videos like this -- post them
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Please anyone who has more videos like this -- post them

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I am sure that with all the chabad houses etc that Moshe Yess OBM played at there are many more like this available.

The good old days...
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The good old days...

When people would speak during davening Moshe would say in his trademark voice, “THIS IS NOT A GAN, IT’S A SYNAGOGUE”. Such fond memories of a special, talented, inspiring human being.
May he be a melitz yosher for all of klal yisroel…

omg!!
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omg!!

He was one of a kind!! Loved his voice!!

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