Oorah Releases New Shmorg Tunes Album

shmorg-tunes-iconOorah’s Shmorg Tunes is out! With all new music performed by over a dozen contemporary Jewish artists, the album provides an hour’s worth of guaranteed audio bliss.

With popular singers like Shloime Gertner, Ari Goldwag and Rivi Schwebel and budding stars like Yonatan Shlagbaum (who got his start in Oorah’s 2009 Shmorg Auditions!) and Yacov Young, every song is a beautiful new composition or medley. Lebedig!, with Shloime Tausig, Shauly Waldner, Mendy J, Nachas!, Nosson Schwartzberg and the Zemiros Choir, will have you on your feet, dancing to its irresistible beat, while Hartzig!, with Shloime Dachs, Ari Goldwag, Shlomo Schwed, Yitzy Rosinger and Oorah’s own Sheya Fromovitz, will have you swaying to the soulful tunes.

There’s something to make everyone happy in this collection. Yisroel Werdyger sings Be’ahavu, an exclusive hartzig melody, and Shloime Gertner takes it away in Keli Ata, another original. Yevanim is set to a new tune, sung by Rivi Schwebel, and Lipa shines in a rocking Mitzvah Tantz. And that’s not even all in this brilliant new release, available exclusively to Oorah Auction donors.

Can’t wait to hear the latest Shmorg Tunes? Head over the Oorah Auction website to check out the amazing selection of $5 prizes and free gifts, donate to this important cause, and wait for the music to arrive in the mail. Donate today!

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  1. This became more of a business then a tezdaka. People give money to get the cd and DVDs, not to support a great mosod.
    I think it effects other tezdakas (especially when my kids cry they need all the DVDs)

  2. It is cutting edge marketing in a relative market. Oorah was one of the first to think outside of the pushka and set the tone for other organizations to market. They realize unfortuneltly not many wanna just give without expecting something in return. They do numerous great things for klal and although their tactics might seem over the top and well planned they still push ahead to pull others in. It is a business and all organizations fight for your money because they need it.

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