Through the Gale

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Through the Gale
Studio album by Asaf Avidan & the Mojos
Released 2010 (Israel)
Recorded 2009-2010
Label Telmavar Records (Israel)
Asaf Avidan & the Mojos chronology
Poor Boy / Lucky Man
Through the Gale

Through the Gale is the third album of Asaf Avidan & the Mojos in Israel released in 2010 [1] independently after the success of their debut 2008 album The Reckoning and the follow-up 2009 album Poor Boy / Lucky Man .

<i>The Reckoning</i> (Asaf Avidan & the Mojos album) album by Asaf Avidan & the Mojos

The Reckoning is an album by the Israeli band Asaf Avidan & the Mojos released in Israel in 2008. The album's 15 tracks blended rock, folk and blues with Avidan's lyrics about relationships and betrayal. The album was certified gold status in a year, and platinum later, and would eventually become the biggest selling "independent" record of all time in Israel. It was chosen as Album of the Year (2008) by various media, including Time Out Tel Aviv.

<i>Poor Boy / Lucky Man</i> album by Asaf Avidan

Poor Boy / Lucky Man is the second album of Asaf Avidan & the Mojos in Israel released in 2009 independently after the success of their debut 2008 album The Reckoning.


Track list

  1. "Hoist Up the Colors!"
  2. "Through the Gale"
  3. "The Sirens & the Sea"
  4. "At the Edge of the Map"
  5. "Sailors Are We"
  6. "Poseidon's Fury Unleashed"
  7. "Oh Western Wind"
  8. "Turn of the Tides Under the Northern Lights"


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