After enjoying a bar mitzvah surprise of singing alongside Yishai Lapidot on stage. Yisroel Amar presents a song for the upcoming album called “Toda”. The song is one of celebration, belief, faith and most importantly the tradition that two singers still hold true to their hearts. The single, composed by Yitzy Waldner is available for download at mostlymusic.com and will be available off Yisroel’s upcoming solo album.
“Toda” is a touching song of gratitude to God for the miracles Yisroel encountered at the age of 6, two years before he began to take up singing. The song describes how Yisroel lives and sees every day and every experience as a miracle of heaven. The song was lyrically composed and sharpened by the efforts of Shmuel Yona—who had earlier prepared the lyrics for Malachim (hit song of Haim Israel).This collaboration between the present of Jewish pop and the bright future about to get over the horizon is one so promising that Yisroel Amar has a whole lot to look forward to. By continuing to prove his work by bringing music alongside the proven, Amar’s music will only further especially with the success of this highly-anticipated album.
This new single intoduces the long-awaited album called “ Bayom Hahu”with melodies that both bounce on the tracks and stay true in tradition. “Bayom Hahu” is to be realeased for an early-March release will feature entirely-original compositions from producer Yitzy Waldner and Baruch Levine with help from the Moshe Roth Choir and guitarist Avi Singolda.
Hemmed in the ways of the Hassidic traditions, Yisroel Amar’s tracks range from the upbeat pops to the deepest of ballads, promising to tell a story of becoming and living every day and sing every song in the shadow of the greatness that resides above us with an English song. Helping with the lyrics comes the famed lyricist Ken Burgess keeping the message on point.
The first single off the album, Gam Zu Le Tova, was distributed in 10,000 copies through select locations including Judaica outlets throughout the United States. “Bayom Hahu” will feature more compositions from Yitzy Waldner and Ian Freitor