|The Rabbis' Sons: To Life|
|Studio album by The Rabbis' Sons|
|Label||Emes Record Co. ES-102 (stereo)|
|Producer||Itzy Weinberger, Baruch Chait|
|The Rabbis' Sons chronology|
|Main musical personnel||Sharfman, Weinberger, Zheutlin, Chait, David Nulman|
|Other musical personnel||Joshua Goldberg (later of Or Chodosh), Mickey Lane, Stanley Miller, Yehuda Isaacs, Steven Gasner, Herbert Goldenberg|
The second Rabbis' Sons album contained one of the only two songs they ever released with Yiddish lyrics (Mazel Tov). Tov Lehodos was one of the group's most popular songs. The liner notes to the album indicate that Baruch Chait had left the group to concentrate on his Talmudic studies at this point. However, he contributed three new songs, played guitar and co-arranged the music.
The Rabbis' Sons is a Jewish music group that released most of its albums between 1967 and 1974. It consisted of Rabbis Baruch Chait, Label Sharfman (vocals), Itzy Weinberger (vocals) and Michael Zheutlin, with David Nulman on steel guitar and Mickey Lane on bass fiddle. The group got its name because Chait, Sharfman and Weinberger were all sons of rabbis.
|1.||"Lecho Hashem" (לך ה' הגדולה)||הוצאת ספר תורה||Chait||also appears on Greatest Hits as track 1||3:04|
|2.||"V'lyrushalayem" (ולירושלים)||שמונה עשרה||David Nulman||vocal: Weinberger||3:05|
|3.||"Me Yidmeh Loch" (מי ידמה לך)||נשמת||Rafi Wachsman||vocal Sharfman||3:56|
|4.||"Anim Zmiros" (אנעים זמירות)||Zheutlin||4:35|
|5.||"Rabi Akiva" (רבי עקיבא)||ירושלמי נדרים ט:ד:||Chait||vocal Sharfman; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 6||4:20|
|1.||"Dirshu" (דרשו)||Psalms 34:9||Zheutlin||2:30|
|2.||"Tov Lehodos" (טוב להודות)||Psalms 92:2,3 4:21||Itzy Katz||vocal: Zheutlin; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 8||4:21|
|3.||"Oz Yoshir" (אז ישיר)||Exodus 15||Zheutlin||3:30|
|4.||"Anah Bekoach" (אנא בכח)||קבלת שבת||Zheutlin||vocal: Weinberger||3:11|
|5.||"Me Chomocha" (מי כמוך)||שמונה עשרה||Chait||2:26|
|6.||"Mazel Tov (Yiddish)" (מזל טוב)||Traditional Yiddish Folk Song||vocal: Weinberger||3:29|
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