By COLlive reporter
New York singer Dovid Gabay has released a new album with a timely optimistic message as Jews the world over worry about escalating terror attacks in Israel and anti-Semitic incidents elsewhere.
The new album, titled “Hakol Letova,” has a lead song with the same title based on the faithful words in Aramaic of the Jewish sage Rabbi Akiva, “Kol man d’avid Rachmana l’tav avid,” which means “All that the Merciful One does, He does for good.”
Gabay has stood out in the Jewish music scene with his powerful voice and a unique variety of songs that often emphasize strong belief in Hashem and the final redemption.
The new album, produced by Sruly Meyer and C.D. Eichler, features 10 songs and will be distributed by Aderet Music and through Shanky’s in Israel.
Songs were composed by Yitzy Waldner, Elie Schwab, Yitzy Berry, Yoni Alayev, Motty Illowitz, Mordechai Brezel, Itai Amiran, David Kaufman, Shua Bitton, and Rabbi Moshe Rotberg.
The album features arrangements by Ian Freitor, Bentzi Marcus, Yoni Alayev, Naftali Schnitzler, and Tzvi Blumenfeld.
“It’s been a little while since my last release, but I’m very excited to release this new CD and for you to hear the final product,” Gabay says. “It’s worth the wait… The talent that was assembled to work on this project went above and beyond to create an epic production, that I’m positive you will enjoy.”
The album is available online at MostlyMusic.com and in stores worldwide.
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