Asaf Avidan - the guy “with the Janis Joplin voice”, and the heart breaking music has now released an unplugged album, recorder in a small room in the south of Tel-Aviv in only 48 hours with almost no reversals and preparations - this is the soul of Asaf Avidan uncovered.
The album is called “in the box” and in an ironic way it will not be released in a box:)
Asaf released this album only in digital format, you can hear it through the special site whose link is above.
And just a quick taste from one of the great duets in this Album with Rona Keinan - you must listen to it
The article is in Hebrew, today the high court of Israel issues a restraining order against the export of primates from “BFC Mazor farm” to the US lab: “Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories” to be used in medical experiments.
Those primates were captured in nature and are being tortured and used for different experiments, we have no right to cause any animal such suffer….whoever treats animals this way will also treat humans the same way in the future.
This video described how those primates are being captured
So, good job to the Israeli court and to the voluntary associations who helped preventing this horror.
Well, for those of you who do not know it yet, Tel Aviv - has some of the best vegan dishes and restaurants - the article in the link above is in Hebrew, but simply watch the pictures, I tasted all of those dishes and they are great, healthy and most importantly do not involve hurting animals what so ever!
yes, it is possible to enjoy your food without killing or hurting other living creatures!!!
Well you may have noticed that English is not my mother tongue… well, I cannot hide it - I am not British nor American:)
I live in a country somewhere in the Mediterranean called: Israel - you might have heard about it in the news and during your bible lessons:)
I also assume that you have a lot of stigmas regarding Israel and Israelis…well, did you know that Israel has an amazing, talented, creative and original music scene? if the answer is: no, I did not, and if the answer is Yes, of course - you should read Rebecca Schiller’s article at NME regarding Israel music scene, listen to the music and, hey - come and visit:)