Sure, both these tracks are touch maudlin but there's nothing like religious holidays to bring out the teary-eyed ruminator lurking within most of us. With utmost respect for those of faith (and those seeking it), we share these seasonal offerings in the spirit of renewal and resilience.
We can definitely see the Moshav Band opening for String Cheese. Here, they welcome Elijah to the table.
The simply titled tune remains an audience moving staple in Marillion's catalog. While it's easy to mock sincerity, there's something just lovely about how this tears away at apathy and cynicism, taking the word 'Easter' more as universal metaphor than anything specifically religious.
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Cmon Jambase. At least go to the second page of your youtube search:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBQPkLuwy80
would have rathered a raging tmwsiy ---> avenu malkenu---> tmwsiy
Never heard of Moshav, will have to check out. It woulda been cool to see Natural Gathering (Habrera Ha'Tivit) on here- my mom followed them like Americans followed the Dead back in the day. Shlomo Bar is their drummer/singer and a living legend of Israeli music. Check em out! Listen to their album from the 70's called "Origins" its awesome!
Happy Easter, Happy Pesach