Sneak Preview Of Upcoming Mizumen Album

mezumen behind th scenes picPHOTOS & VIDEO: Heshy Rubin, Srully Williger & Gideon Levine will soon be releasing the new album titled Mizumen. This video preview features four of the songs from the upcoming album, Do the Daf, Hinei Anochi, Mimkomcha & Our Identity. The video was filmed & edited by Schneur Menaker and produced by Sruly Meyer.

Heshy Rubin released his first album, Let There Be Peace, in 1999, after being urged by both Mordechai Ben David and Sheya Mendlowitz to share his music with the world.  After singing his emotional composition about Holocaust survivors “Who’s Gonna Tell Their Story” at Lincoln Center in 2006, Rubin felt the need to share more of his compositions, though not as a solo artist.  He recruited Srully Williger to join him and when they recorded their first song at Gideon Levine’s GYL Studios, they realized they had found their third voice, with Levine rounding out the mizumin.

“Featuring seven songs by Rubin himself, and songs by Yossi Green, Tzali Stern and a classic song by R’ Yechiel Mechel Rubin, A’H, this ten song album features music that is fresh and innovative, without ever losing its Yiddishe ta’am” says the producer. “With arrangements by musical greats Yisroel Lamm and Yaron Gershovsky and vocal arrangements by Gideon Levine, this album, which is set to debut after Yom Kippur, will be a welcome addition to the Jewish music scene”.

The CD is expected to hit stores September 19th.


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  1. To numbers 1,2,and 3. Its called Simcha. It seems you folks may have forgotten what that means. In addition, I respect you’re decision to live life the way you choose too. Please respect others as well. If you dont like it don’t buy it, dont’ bring it into your homes. But please don’t tell people what will and will not bring us closer to Hashem. If you’re commenting here I dont belive you are qualified too.

  2. Sruly thank you so much for everything you do for cholim and people in need especially those in Lakewood. May you and the chevra bring much Simcha to klal yisroel when it so very needed!! TIZKOO

  3. This is SOMETHING ELSE!!!!! Sruli, you are an inspiration to all of us. Your dedication to Klal Yisroel and to each individual is something that we all need to emulate. Your keen understanding of another yid is awe inspiring and the messages that you pass on through your music is a real chizuk to jews of all levels of commitment. Keep up the great work Srul!!

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